If you have a hammer everything looks like a nail: traditional versus participatory model building

@inproceedings{Prell2007IfYH,
  title={If you have a hammer everything looks like a nail: traditional versus participatory model building},
  author={Christina Prell and Klaus Hubacek and Mark Reed and Claire H. Quinn and Nanlin Jin and Joseph Holden and Tim Burt and Mike Kirby and J. Sendzimir},
  year={2007}
}
The modelling of complex, dynamic and uncertain socioenvironmental systems requires close collaboration between research disciplines and stakeholders at all levels, for if such models are representations of aspects of reality, how can it be possible to build them without inputs from people who interact with the systems in reality? This paper reflects on findings of case study research involving stakeholders in knowledge creation through conceptual and formal model building to support upland… CONTINUE READING

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