This paper analyse participatory methodologies applied to the planning and management of landscape and compares this analysis with the experience developed for the participatory planning of mount San Cristóbal-Ezkaba in the metropolitan area of Pamplona-Iruñea (Navarre). We reflect on its capabilities and advantages paying special attention to the strategies for gathering the social senses and landscape perceptions in different social groups and to incorporate them into the participatory process. Our research explores the effectiveness of different methodological designs and techniques to achieve this goal. The peculiarities of our case study allows us to examine the participatory processes and its potential to encourage citizen engagement with the conservation, planning and management of everyday environments. (English) [ABSTRACT FROM AUTHOR]
Oliva Serrano, J., & Iso Tinoco, A. (2014). Diseños metodológicos para la planificatión participativa del paisaje. Empiria, (27), 95–120.