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References Bauman, Z. (2009). Niecodzienność nasza codzienna. In M. Bogunia-Borawska (Ed.). Barwy codzienności . Warszawa: Wydawnictwo Naukowe Scholar. Boulding, E. (1978). The dynamics of imagining futures. World Future Society Bulletin , September. Coladarci, T. (1992). Teachers’ Sense of Efficacy and Commitment to Teaching. The Journal of Experimental Education , Vol. 60, No. 4, 323–337. Conley, S.C. (1991). Review of research on teacher participation in school decision making. In G. Grant (Ed). Review of research in education 17, 225–266. Washington DC

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, Kirche (Festschrift für Alexander Hollerbach zum 70 Geburtstag), 363-384. Berlin: Duncker & Humblot. Brintnall, M. (2011). Public Participation in Rulemaking: Interests v. Information. Available at Public Participation in Rulemaking Interests v Information. Bröhmer, J. (2004). Transparenz als Verfassungsprinzip: Grundgesetz und Europäische Union. Tübingen: Mohr Siebeck. Bryde, B. O. (1994). Die Bundesrepublikanische Volksdemokratie als Irrweg der Demokratietheorie. Staats wissenschaften und Staatspraxis, 5(3), 305

Introduction Among journalism researchers and practitioners alike, widespread agreement exists that audience participation is one of the most important developments with digital journalism (see, e.g. Bruns 2005 ; Deuze 2003 ; Domingo 2005 ; Hall 2001 ; Kammer 2013a , c ; Russell 2011 ; Singer et al. 2011 ; Steensen 2011 ). However, while the international research literature on this subject is extensive and highly heterogeneous, the research into the role played by audiences in the production of online news remains limited in a Danish context (see

) Odgojni aspekti sporta - slika o sebi i problemna ponašanja obzirom na uključenost i uspješnost djece u sportskim aktivnostima [Educational aspects of Sports - Self-image and problematic Behavior reference Sport Participation and Success in Sport Activities]. Proc. 6th Sports Conf. Alpe-Jadran, Opatija, pp. 197-204. Daniels E., C. Leaper (2006) A longitudinal investigation of sport participation, peer acceptance, and self-esteem among adolescent girls and boys. Sex Roles 55:11-12. Eder D., D. A. Kinney (1995) The effect of middle school extracurricular activities on

The rhetoric and reality of public participation in planning Public participation is a political principle and practice that seeks and facilitates the involvement of citizens potentially affected by, or interested in, a decision. The principle of public participation in planning holds that those who are affected by a decision have a right to be involved in the decision making process, and that their contribution will influence the decision ( Barlow 1995 ). Public participation in planning is seen by many as a means of citizen empowerment and as a key element of

References Abbasi, I.N. (2014) Socio-cultural barriers to attaining recommended levels of physical activity among females: A review of literature. Quest , 66(4), 448-467. Allison, K.R., Dwyer, J.J.M. & Makin, S. (1999). Perceived barriers to physical activity among high school students. Preventive Medicine, 28, 608-615. Amusa, L.O., Toriola, A.L., Onyewadume, I.U. & Dhaliwal, H.S. (2008). Perceived barriers to sport and recreation participation in Botswana. African Journal for Physical, Health Education, Recreation and Dance , 14(2), 115-129. Babbie, E. R

Introduction In recent years, there has been a noticeable increase in the desire to promote public participation in urban development. Planners have become increasingly aware of the value of the knowledge held by local citizens as a means to enhance the quality of urban development projects. Events such as the turmoil seen in Germany in relation to the Stuttgart21 Project ( Böhm 2011 : 615) indicate a need for efficient participation processes. On the other hand, several participation projects, such as Tempelhofer Feld in Berlin ( Heuser & Bodenmeier 2016

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, Understanding Self-motivation. New York: Penguin Books. Dubois, P.E. (1986). The Effect of Participation in Sport on Value Orientations of Young Athletes. Sociology of Sport Journal , 3, pp. 29-42. Fábri, I. (2002). A Sport, mint a Fiatal Korosztályok Életmódjának Meghatározó Eleme. In A. Szabó, B. Bauer and L. Laki (Eds.) Ifjúság2000©> Tanulmányok I. , pp. 166-79. Budapest: Nemzeti Ifjúságkutató Intézet. Gáldi, G. (2002). Fizikai aktivitás Magyarországon az Ezredfordulón. Magyar Spottudományi Szemle , 3-4, pp. 16-18. Giddens, A. (2000). Szociológia. Osiris, Budapest