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    Title: Appling the Contingent Approach to Public Participation in Nuclear Policy
    Authors: Lee, Y. H.;Wang, C. C.;Chuang, H. C.;Lin, C. C.
    Keywords: Public Involvement;Contingency Theory;Problem Attribute
    Date: 2013-02-18
    Issue Date: 2014-03-07 22:43:45 (UTC+8)
    Abstract: To help resolving a longstanding dispute over nuclear electricity in Taiwan, this study evaluation the validity of Vroom-Yetton’s contingency model apply to nuclear related policy
    for choosing an appropriate public involvement echanisms. Participants from a variety of stakeholders described their thoughts about ecision-making process for nuclear-related issues, and the decision quality, public acceptance, and the overall effectiveness of the final
    solution chosen in these situations. Findings suggest that the contingency theory adapts well
    to nuclear issues of public participation. This contingency framework incorporate seven
    problem attributes in decision process and shape the appropriate level of public involvement
    in decision making.
    Relation: 2nd International Conference on Energy Systems and Technologies
    2nd International Conference on Energy Systems and Technologies, pp.305-314
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