Crowdsourcing Public Engagement for Urban Planning in the Global South: Methods, Challenges and Suggestions for Future Research
Le document apparaît dansProduction scientifique et compétences > ENAC - Faculté de l'environnement naturel, architectural et construit > IA - Institut d'architecture et de la ville > CEAT - Communauté d'études pour l'aménagement du territoire
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Date de création de la notice2022-10-08
Crowdsourcing could potentially have great benefits for the development of sustainable cities in the Global South (GS), where a growing population and rapid urbanization represent serious challenges for the years to come. However, to fulfill this potential, it is important to take into consideration the unique characteristics of the GS and the challenges associated with them. This study provides an overview of the crowdsourcing methods applied to public participation in urban planning in the GS, as well as the technological, administrative, academic, socio-economic, and cultural challenges that could affect their successful adoption. Some suggestions for both researchers and practitioners are also provided.