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2012, vol. 36, br. 2, str. 525-544
Zaštita životne sredine na lokalnom nivou - percepcija ključnih aktera
Univerzitet u Beogradu, Filozofski fakultet, Odeljenje za sociologiju
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U radu se analizira percepcija kvaliteta životne sredine ključnih društvenih aktera na lokalnom nivou i njihova pretpostavljena odgovornost (odgovorno ponašanje), i saradnja na njenoj zaštiti. Analiza se zasniva na podacima anketnog istraživanja sa predstavnicima lokalne samouprave, organizacija civilnog društva i građana u Srbiji. Cilj rada je da ukaže na razlike u stavovima navedenih aktera polazeći od koncepta odgovornog upravljanja okruženjem i ekološki posvećenih aktera, te pretpostavke da je uspostavljanje međusobne saradnje i partnerskog odnosa među ključnim društvenim akterima neophodno kako bi se unapredio kvalitet životne sredine. Osnovni nalaz istraživanja, međutim, ukazuje da se posmatrani akteri ne ponašaju kooperativno, te da mikrodinamika njihovog odnosa ne generiše međusobno poverenje.
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