Facilitators and power

Today the lecture was about how power is framed in planning theory, and the different strategies that facilitators may take, such as Authentic dialogue, Agonism, Radical Action and Instrumental rationalism.

In order to explore the different strategies we did and exercise and we looked at interviews of facilitators. The session concluded with points such as that a facilitator must be able to be aware of power differences, if there is room for influencing, and be aware of the factors playing a role on the process.

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