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Elements of community visioning: a perspective

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Murphy, Bridget.; Summer White Eagle.
Advisor(s)
Lui, Kat.
Date
2008
Subject(s)
Community development, Urban--Wisconsin; City planning--Citizen participation--Wisconsin
Abstract
Visioning has found success for individuals, organizations and communities as an intervention for change. This process is used as a catalyst for change that involves all stakeholders. Although visioning has some disadvantages, the process has found high levels of success and has made significant social, environmental, and economic impacts on communities and their members. Within this paper, elements of the process of visioning and its advantages and disadvantages will be discussed. An example of how the Wisconsin Rapids intervention was conducted and the subsequent results will be examined.
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