A Roadway Different: A Context Sensitive Solution for State Route 179 in Sedona, Arizona

A Roadway Different: A Context Sensitive Solution for State Route 179 in Sedona, Arizona

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This research explores the democratic process at the community level, employing a theoretical framework that includes the concepts of governance, collaborative communities and leadership, as well as a sense of place and the context sensitive design of highways. The work highlights the importance of citizen involvement and trust in building workable problem-solving models for communities. The case study utilizes in-depth interviewing and participant observation as primary data collection methods, in keeping with the interpretivist/constructivist traditions and the notion that there will necessarily be many viewpoints in such a diverse group of people.Wiring organizations for community governance: Characteristics of high organizational citizenship. Administrative Theory alt;aamp; Praxis, 26 (3), 325-344. Barnard, E. (2001). In defense of government. Virginia Quarterly Review, 77(4), 615-624.


Title:A Roadway Different: A Context Sensitive Solution for State Route 179 in Sedona, Arizona
Author: Anne Ellis
Publisher:ProQuest - 2008
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