Social Pedagogy Volume 3(65) Year XVI 2017

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Editorial
Pages: 5 – 8
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Social pedagogy meets local democracy: Examining the possibilities and limits of participatory budgeting
Pages: 9 – 32
Daniel Schugurensky
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The role of the participatory budget in shaping a common local space – educational potential and pedagogical inspirations
Pages: 33 – 49
Agnieszka Naumiuk, Michał Bron Jr
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Neutrality or phronetic skills: A paradox in the praxis of citizen dialogues organized by municipal administration
Pages: 51 – 66
Jonna Bornemark
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Fostering democratic pedagogy? The participatory budget in Lisbon (Portugal)
Pages: 67 – 83
Paula Guimarães, Rocio Valderrama-Hernandez
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Participation as experiential factor in democratic emancipation Case of Cluj Napoca, Romania
Pages: 85 – 98
Oana Almasan
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City participatory budget – towards governance or façade participation?
Pages: 99 – 114
Paula Kłucińska, Dawid Sześciło
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Learnings and obstacles for citizenship education in participatory budget
Pages: 115 – 130
Danilo R. Streck, Paloma de Freitas Daudt Leonardo Camargo Lodi
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The Non-Participatory Budget? – analysis of four editions of the participatory budget in Łódź, Poland
Pages: 131 – 151
Kamil Brzeziński
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Participatory budget as a potential of citizenship education for the adults. Case of Warsaw, Poland
Pages: 153 – 170
Marta Jadwiga Pietrusińska
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Participatory budgeting as a school of democracy and participation for children Case study
Pages: 171 – 194
Edyta Widawska
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