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Whatever view is taken of such new research developments and their aim of integrating science and practical interaction, it is these new trends and not the old battles within the AR movement which will determine the dynamics of the European scientific and research landscape in the coming years. In the face of these trends, the exaggerated self-reflection characterising the intra­ paradigmatical debates within the AR movement are leading to an encapsu­ lation of Action Research, thus preventing it from taking its rightful place within a pluralist context of the various scientific approaches.

Once the strategic location of the concept underlying the programme has been specified. the evaluation of a national research and development programm e must undertake to describe its most important actors, resources and programme/project processes, and present a preliminary analytical evaluation of these findings. 43 Frieder Naschold 1. Participating organisations In line with the overall concept from the very outset the LOM Programme had explicit views on the programme's target population. The aims of the programme in this regard were: - to incorporate as many participating organisations as possible ("critical mass" and "large-scale" approach); - to concentrate on "normal" organisations, rather than on "star cases" or "lame ducks"; - to achieve as broad a distribution across sectors as possible; - to obtain a balanced mixture of public and private-sector organisations; - to develop clusters of organisations in contrast to the single-case approach of traditional programmes.

E. with regard to the LOM vision and its basic con­ cepts. - The exclusive process-orientation of the LOM Programm e as compared with the simultaneous design/process approach in Japan. - By concentrating on mechanisms of democratic participation along the lines of classical, normative democracy theory, the programme runs the reductionist danger of underestimating the heterogeneit)z of modem structu­ res of regulation - such as the market, hierarchies, multi-lat�ral negotiations, political competition and participatory procedures - and the systemic need to link them: this would be to pin all one's hopes on just one generative mecha­ nism which, while indispensable, is far from sufficient on its own.

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