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La démocratie participative peut-elle convaincre la population de participer ? Analyse d'une enquête par sondage

Abstract : How study the potential effects of public participation on social request for more participation? Can the implementation of participatory settings convince the population of the cogency of this institutional participation? These questions have recently provoked a scientific debate, which opposes various works, based on opinion surveys and statistical methods. This communication proposes to enter this debate, in order to deal with the interest of the use of quantitative methodologies within the "real world" of the participation. We propose to exploit data coming from a survey dealing with the knowledge and the opinion of the French population on participatory democracy. Then, two central results emerge from our work: on the first hand, our panel of surveyed people has a weak knowledge of participatory devices, and on the second hand, those who know settings are not systematically in favor of participatory democracy. We conclude this survey by an interrogation on the relevance of these methodologies in the case of the institutional public participation.
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Jessica Sainty, Guillaume Gourgues. La démocratie participative peut-elle convaincre la population de participer ? Analyse d'une enquête par sondage. Journée d'études sur les effets de la participation organisée par le GIS Démocratie et participation, Oct 2011, Paris, France. http://www.participation-et-democratie.fr/fr/node/875. ⟨halshs-00736589⟩

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