Yerel Demokrasi ve Katılım : İzmir, Konya ve Ağrı İl Genel Meclis Üyeleri Üzerinde Bir Araştırma
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CitationGörün, M. (2006). Yerel demokrasi ve katılım: İzmir, Konya ve Ağrı il genel meclis üyeleri üzerinde bir araştırma. Yönetim Bilimleri Dergisi, 4(2), 159-183.
Local governments are vital institutions at providing local needs and putting democratic values into practice. In other words, these units not only provide local needs but also develop responsibility and political consciousness and play an important role at realizing a healthy democratic regime. The main point in the relation of local government, democracy and participation is that democracy requires localization. Local governments are important organizations to free people and bring in democratic consciousness. This relationship stems from realizing democratic preferential principles like participation at these institutions. This study examines the relationship of local democracy and participation. In this context, rules pertaining to democracy and participation of administrative province law numbered 5302, prepared regarding to restructuring local governments, are examined. In addition, results of the survey, carried out on the members of provincial council in three different provinces with different socio-economic and cultural characteristics, are evaluated
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