Commit 365de973 authored by bourgesl's avatar bourgesl
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added Funder support

parent edadab7c
......@@ -102,6 +102,11 @@
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......@@ -270,15 +275,26 @@
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......@@ -21,7 +21,7 @@
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......@@ -103,6 +103,11 @@
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......@@ -162,6 +167,15 @@
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......@@ -271,15 +285,26 @@
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......@@ -358,6 +383,20 @@
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......@@ -387,4 +426,20 @@
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biodiversity<br /> arrangements in seven EU countries was conducted. The main<br /> finding of the paper is the feasibility of<br /> combining inherently intrinsically motivated behaviours (providing enjoyment, pleasure from<br
/> experimentation and learning, aesthetic satisfaction) and internalized extrinsic motivations (related<br /> to the identification with the collective goals of conservation policy) through a common set of governance<br /> features.
Successful initiatives that combine internal and external motivations share the following<br /> features: inclusive decision making processes, a broad monitoring by &ldquo,peers&rdquo, beyond the core staff of the<br />
initiatives, and a context that is supportive for the building of autonomous actor competences. These<br /> findings are in line with the psycho-sociological theory of motivation, which shows the importance of a<br /> psycho-social
context leading to a subjective perception of autonomy and a sense of competence of the<br /> actors.</p>";
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biodiversity&lt;br /&gt; arrangements in seven EU countries was conducted. The main&lt;br /&gt; finding of the paper is the feasibility of&lt;br /&gt; combining inherently intrinsically motivated behaviours (providing enjoyment, pleasure from&lt;br
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initiatives, and a context that is supportive for the building of autonomous actor competences. These&lt;br /&gt; findings are in line with the psycho-sociological theory of motivation, which shows the importance of a&lt;br /&gt; psycho-social
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