English version

participatory

From Longman Dictionary of Contemporary Englishparticipatorypar‧ti‧ci‧pa‧tory /pɑːˌtɪsəˈpeɪtəri◂ $ pɑːrˈtɪsəpətɔːri/, participative /pɑːˌtɪsəpeɪtɪv/ AWL adjective [usually before noun] formal 🔊 🔊 TAKE PART/BE INVOLVEDa participatory way of organizing something, making decisions etc is one that involves everyone who will be affected 🔊 a participatory democracy
Examples from the Corpus
participatoryDecentralisation and participatory budgeting challenge neoliberalism.Socialism must be about active and participatory debate.This book will explore both the opportunities and the dangers ahead for participatory democracy in the electronic information age.On the other hand, while self help by its very nature is participatory, it has a strong middle class bias.Manufacturing businesses that embrace participatory management say it typically increases their productivity by 30 to 40 percent.a participatory management styleMadison has even shown how police departments can use participatory management.Children like Robbie require an active, participatory parent to teach them how to be communicative and logical.Nominating procedures were now more open and participatory than they had ever been before.
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