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修士論文 『行政計画策定過程における意見反映プロセスの事例分析』

Abstract of Master's Thesis in Academic Year 1997

A Study of 'Opinion-reflected Process' in Administrative Planning
-Toward the Partnership between Citizens and Local Government-

Summary

 The goal of this thesis is to analyse the present state and problems of 'opinion-reflected process' in administrative planning, the process which reflects citizens' opinions on administrative policy.

 Because of increasing the decentralization, local government must reflect citizens' opinions on policy legally in a couple of administrative planning processes. But the central government has had responsibility for policy-making process, and local government has not executed 'opinion-reflected process' enough. So how to involve citizens' opinions into the plan is very important for planning.

 In this thesis, I adopt four cases of 'opinion-reflected process' in administrative planning, and examine the mooted points and problems by interviews to main actors and so forth. The focuses are (1) Why does local government put 'opinion-reflected process' in action, (2) How does local government involve 'opinion-reflected process' into planning process, and (3) What kind of effect did local government have by carrying out 'opinion-reflected process'.

 Four cases, Hino City, Shinjuku Ward, Yamato City, Tokyo Metropolis, are selected on the differences such as the number of channels and the frequency of feedback. These case studies, based on 'incrementalism', will show advantages and present disadvantages of 'opinion-reflected process'.

 Finally, standing on the analysis above, I indicate several suggestions and views about future 'opinion-reflected process'.

Key Words

1.Administrative Plan 2.Citizen Participation 3.Partnership 4.Policy Process 5.Opinion-reflected Process

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