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* '''[[Working Group Landscape Perception, Assessment and Landscape Change|Landscape Perception, Assessment and Landscape Change]]'''
  
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== Objectives of Seminar Working Groups ==
* [[Working Group Landscape Development in Peri-urban Landscapes|Landscape Development in Peri-urban Landscapes]]
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* [[Working Group Landscape Perception, Assessment and Landscape Change|Landscape Perception, Assessment and Landscape Change]]
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* Working groups combine thematically related case studies
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* The working group pages compile specific aspects of the individual case studies and thus simplify the comparative analysis
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* Participants have the opportunity to discuss specific topics in more detail than it would be possible during plenary sessions
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* case study comparison will evolve within the thematic working groups
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* this case study comparison is based on a set of cross-cutting questions
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* the cross-cutting questions are developed by the participants themselves during moderated group discussions (the first will take place on May 27th).

Latest revision as of 10:38, 19 May 2009

Objectives of Seminar Working Groups

  • Working groups combine thematically related case studies
  • The working group pages compile specific aspects of the individual case studies and thus simplify the comparative analysis
  • Participants have the opportunity to discuss specific topics in more detail than it would be possible during plenary sessions
  • case study comparison will evolve within the thematic working groups
  • this case study comparison is based on a set of cross-cutting questions
  • the cross-cutting questions are developed by the participants themselves during moderated group discussions (the first will take place on May 27th).