3 edition of Authoritative governance found in the catalog.
Maarten A. Hajer
Includes bibliographical references and index.
|Statement||Maarten A. Hajer.|
|LC Classifications||H97 .H33 2009|
|The Physical Object|
|LC Control Number||2009029661|
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Hajer's new book is a must-read for students of authority who want to. Authoritative Governance Policy Making in the Age of Mediatization Maarten A. Hajer. A major new statement from one of the world's leading theorists of public policy; A radical new way of understanding and interpreting politics in the 21st century; Three fascinating case studies bring the argument to life.
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Hajer's new book is a must-read for students of authority who want to Manufacturer: OUP Oxford. He aims to show how authoritative governance remains possible in crisis-driven circumstances and a highly 'mediatised' world. The book elaborates a communicative understanding of authority, which, the author argues, can create a new basis for authoritative governance in a world marked by political and institutional fragmentation.
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The book elaborates a communicative understanding of authority, which, the author argues, can create a new basis for authoritative governance in a world marked by political and institutional fragmentation. Extending his discourse-analytical framework, Hajer uses both discursive and dramaturgical methods to study policymakers in their struggle.
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