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a| H97 .D456 2003
a| Hajer, Maarten A.
a| Deliberative Policy Analysis : b| Understanding Governance in the Network Society.
a| Cambridge : b| Cambridge University Press, c| 2003.
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a| Theories of Institutional Design
a| Cover -- Half-title -- Series-title -- Title -- Copyright -- Contents -- Contributors -- Figures -- Tables -- Preface -- URLs -- Introduction -- Governance or the rise of a new vocabulary -- The need for an interpretative account of governance -- Policymaking and politics in the network society: five challenges for analysis -- The new spaces of politics -- Politics and policymaking under the condition of radical uncertainty -- The increased importance of 'difference' for our understanding of politics -- Acting upon an awareness of interdependence -- Policymaking and the dynamics of trust and identity -- Towards a deliberative policy analysis -- Policy analysis for the network society -- Policy analysis is interpretative -- Policy analysis is practice-oriented -- Policy analysis is deliberative -- Conclusion: the transformative work of policy analysis -- Outline of the book -- Part I Policy conflict and deliberation in the network society -- 1 Collaborative policymaking: governance through dialogue -- Authentic dialogue -- Diversity and interdependence -- Results of authentic dialogue among diverse, interdependent stakeholders -- Reciprocity -- Relationships -- Learning -- Creativity -- The Sacramento Water Forum as a model -- How collaborative planning can result in system adaptations -- Obstacles to collaborative dialogues -- Alternative models of planning and policymaking -- Can collaborative dialogue really make a difference? -- Emerging, flexible, adaptive institutions -- Conclusions and reflections -- 2 Place, identity and local politics: analysing initiatives in deliberative governance -- The challenge of governance transformation -- Evaluating institutional capacity building -- A city-centre urban regeneration partnership -- The struggle for wider horizons and relations -- Relational resources -- Knowledge resources.
a| Mobilization capacity -- The micro-politics of urban governance transformation -- Conclusions -- 3 A frame in the fields: policymaking and the reinvention of politics -- The politics of nature: from conservation to development -- The limits to classical-modernist practices of policymaking -- The case of nature development: the government's response -- Policymaking and the creation of political community -- New forms of governance as challenge for policy analysis -- Methods of a new policy analysis -- Discourse analysis as tool of a deliberative policy analysis -- Terms of policy discourse -- Discourse coalitions -- Practices -- Conclusion and outlook -- Part II Rethinking policy discourse -- 4 Democracy through policy discourse -- Democracy and policy discourse -- The ambivalent potential of reflexive policy discourse: Berger revisited -- Policy discourse in the looking glass -- Democracy and the policy orientation: the loyal opposition -- Dissident policy professionalism: the recognition of bias -- Public discourse and policy discourse: the case of the Clayoquot Sound scientific panel -- Reversing the order of policy discourse -- Democratic policy discourse: a question of power -- 5 Understanding policy practices: action, dialectic and deliberation in policy analysis -- Introduction: the modernist legacy in policy analysis -- The emergence of practice in contemporary policy theory -- What is practice? -- Case study: the expansion of Schiphol airport -- Practices as units of reflexivity -- Governance, the practice perspective and democratic deliberation -- 6 Reframing practice -- An interpretation of policy frames -- Frames and reframing in practice -- From NIMBY to community health partnerships -- Reframing in practice -- Part III Foundations of deliberative policy analysis -- 7 Beyond empiricism: policy analysis as deliberative practice.
a| Mainstream policy analysis: empiricism and its technocratic practices -- Postempiricism: theoretical foundations -- Postempiricism: from proof to discourse -- Practical reason as reasoning-in-context -- Policy-analytic implications: the empirical in normative context -- Towards a policy science of democracy: institutions and practices -- Concluding remarks -- 8 Accessing local knowledge -- Policy analysis and communities of meaning -- 'Culture' and 'interpretation': argumentation by metaphor -- Accessing local knowledge: conducting meaning audits and mapping architectures of meaning? -- Analysing local knowledge -- Towards interpretative analyses: implications for professional practice -- 9 Theoretical strategies of poststructuralist policy analysis: towards an analytics of government -- Points of departure I: policy analysis after Saussure -- Points of departure II: policy analysis and the 'real' -- Poststructuralist policy analysis: an approach without actors and structures? -- Policymaking and the analytics of government -- Policymaking as 'ordering activity' -- Policymaking and reflexive government -- References -- Subject index -- Author index.
a| This 2003 book makes a forceful argument for the implementation of a deliberatively-oriented policy analysis in democratic governance.
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a| Electronic reproduction. Ann Arbor, Michigan : ProQuest Ebook Central, 2021. Available via World Wide Web. Access may be limited to ProQuest Ebook Central affiliated libraries.
a| Policy sciences.
a| Electronic books.
a| Wagenaar, Hendrik.
i| Print version: a| Hajer, Maarten A. t| Deliberative Policy Analysis d| Cambridge : Cambridge University Press,c2003 z| 9780521823661
a| ProQuest (Firm)
a| Theories of Institutional Design