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The implementation of the study is guided by a transdisciplinary framework consisting of participatory time planning and development, community informatics,as well as environmental psychology. The design of the research comprises four substudies. The expected results will comprise the conceptual development of the preconditions, main features and impacts of the ¿participatory community`.  It will also produce new knowledge about the scientific basis of the role and methods of community informatics-assisted time planning and its impact on the creation of context sensitive mobility practices and service systems, communal production and socially sustainable communities. Also new insight will be acquired of the significance of a policy instrument, such as time policy and its impact on different levels: individual, NGO-group, community and town or city. This knowledge is highly relevant for the development of human-friendly communities. Four doctoral degrees and several articles in refereed and popular journals will be written.

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