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Lima, M. L., Marques, S., Branco, C., Talayero, F. & Camilo, C. (2018).  Competent enough to be heard? Technicians’ expectations about local stakeholders in participative processes. Applied Psychology: An International Review . 67 (3), 557-585
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M. L. Lima et al.,  " Competent enough to be heard? Technicians’ expectations about local stakeholders in participative processes", in Applied Psychology: An Int. Review , vol. 67, no. 3, pp. 557-585, 2018
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@article{lima2018_1618910859288,
	author = "Lima, M. L. and Marques, S. and Branco, C. and Talayero, F. and Camilo, C.",
	title = " Competent enough to be heard? Technicians’ expectations about local stakeholders in participative processes",
	journal = "Applied Psychology: An International Review ",
	year = "2018",
	volume = "67",
	number = "3",
	doi = "10.1111/apps.12123",
	pages = "557-585",
	url = "http://onlinelibrary.wiley.com/doi/10.1111/apps.12123/abstract"
}
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TY  - JOUR
TI  -  Competent enough to be heard? Technicians’ expectations about local stakeholders in participative processes
T2  - Applied Psychology: An International Review 
VL  - 67
IS  - 3
AU  - Lima, M. L.
AU  - Marques, S.
AU  - Branco, C.
AU  - Talayero, F.
AU  - Camilo, C.
PY  - 2018
SP  - 557-585
SN  - 0269-994X
DO  - 10.1111/apps.12123
UR  - http://onlinelibrary.wiley.com/doi/10.1111/apps.12123/abstract
AB  - The involvement of citizens in environmental decision processes is difficult to implement, and little is known about the psychological mediators for the technicians’ resistance. We tested the hypothesis that the subtle denial of human attributes of local stakeholders (dehumanisation) produces negative expectations regarding the engagement of communities in the decision process, which may ultimately legitimise their exclusion. Three studies were conducted testing this hypothesis, all involving professionals with experience in implementing local projects. In the first two correlational studies we showed that a deficit view regarding local communities, a dehumanised idea of those residents and an unfavourable attitude towards their participation were associated. Furthermore, an experimental study was conducted, manipulating the images of the residents in a 2 warmth (high vs low) × 2 competence (high vs low) between-subjects design. Results showed that participants that read a description of the local community as being incompetent developed expectations of more violent and less conventional forms of protest. Moreover, the expectation of conventional protest procedures was associated with stronger support for their engagement in the process. These studies show the importance of psychosocial mediators from the technicians’ perspective: an imagined competent public is easier to include in the decision process.
ER  -