Postmodern Public Policy Hugh T. Miller

ISBN: 9780791454893

Published: August 29th 2002

Hardcover

132 pages


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Postmodern Public Policy  by  Hugh T. Miller

Postmodern Public Policy by Hugh T. Miller
August 29th 2002 | Hardcover | PDF, EPUB, FB2, DjVu, audiobook, mp3, ZIP | 132 pages | ISBN: 9780791454893 | 6.27 Mb

Postmodern Public Policy introduces new ways of investigating the urgent difficulties confronting the public sector. The second half of the twentieth century saw approaches to public administration, public policy, and public management dominated byMorePostmodern Public Policy introduces new ways of investigating the urgent difficulties confronting the public sector. The second half of the twentieth century saw approaches to public administration, public policy, and public management dominated by technical-instrumental thought that aspired to neutrality, objectivity, and managerialism.

This form of social science has contributed to a public sector where policy debates have been reduced to bumper-sticker slogans, a citizenry largely alienated and distant from government, and analysis that ignores history and context and eschews the lived experiences of actual people. Hugh T.

Miller brings together the latest thinking from epistemology, evolutionary theory, and discourse theory in an accessible and useful manner to emphasize how a postmodern approach offers the possibility of well-considered, pragmatic solutions grounded in political pluralism and social interaction between public service professionals and community members.



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