7 edition of Reinventing Political Science found in the catalog.
March 1, 1997 by Fernwood Publishing Co., Ltd. .
Written in English
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In Reinventing Political Culture, this resource is uncovered and explored. Analyzed as a tension between the power of culture and the culture of power, the concept of political culture is reinvented and applied to understanding the practice of people transforming their own political culture in very different : Wiley.
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This book provides an alternate version of political science for students who want to make space for themselves and for the political activities they want to study. Vickers presents a framework which builds bridges between political science and feminism, allowing for a women-centred analysis of both formal and informal politics.
It incorporates radical redefinitions of politics. In Reinventing Political Culture, this resource is uncovered and explored. Analyzed as a tension between the power of culture and the culture of power, the concept of political culture is reinvented and applied to understanding the practice of people transforming their own political culture in very different : Jeffrey C.
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Use features like bookmarks, note taking and highlighting while reading Reinventing Political Culture: The Power of Culture versus the Culture of cturer: Polity. Democratic Phoenix: Reinventing Political Activism Pippa Norris, McGuire Lecturer in Comparative Politics Pippa Norris Cambridge University Press, Sep 2, - Political Science - 4/5(1).
The end of communism and accession to the European Union have had a huge impact on Poland. This book provides an overall assessment of the post transformation in Poland.
It focuses in particular on four key themes: economic transformation and its outcomes; the heritage of the past and national identity; regional development in Poland including the implications of. Reinventing Political Science: A Feminist Approach by Jill Vickers and a great selection of related books, art and collectibles available now at Reinventing Government Article (PDF Available) in Annual Review of Political Science 1(1) November w Reads How we measure 'reads'.
ISBN: OCLC Number: Description: p. ; 23 cm. Contents: Reinventing Political Science: A Feminist Approach --The Feminist Challenge to Political Science and the Challenge of Politics for Feminism --A Framework for a Feminist Political Science --Thinking Beyond Male Dominance: Revising Concepts and Reinventing Theories.
Annie E. Coombes teaches in the art history department of Birkbeck College, University of London. She is co-editor of the Oxford Art Journal.
"Reinventing Africa requires British historians to confront and seriously engage the impact of empire, its artifacts, its purveyors and its exhibitionary impulses at home in the late Victorian, Edwardian period.
She holds a master of science degree in social policy and development from the London School of Economics and Political Science, a bachelor’s degree in political science with information studies from the University of Ghana, and a postgraduate certificate in community development from Trent University in Peterborough, Canada.
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The book includes iconic pieces from the 20th century and. Political culture certainly does matter, as the author exhorts throughout the book. As wireless and internet-driven forms of communication become ever more prominent, political culture will be ever more fluid in character, providing vigorous impetus behind the reinvention of.
Reinventing Los Angeles is a unique blend of personal narrative (Gottlieb himself participated in several of the grass roots actions described in the book) and historical and theoretical discussion. It provides a road map for a new environmentalism of everyday life, demonstrating the opportunities for renewal in a global city.
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This book tells how a group of New Democrats reformed their enfeebled party's agenda, moved it toward the center, and recaptured the White House with their first two-term president since FDR.
Reinventing Democrats is the story of the Democratic Leadership Council, an elite group of elected officials, benefactors, and strategists that let fresh. Reinventing Myself After Deanship. by Virginia Sapiro, Professor of Political Science.
Once upon a time young professionals expected, or at least hoped, to get on a career escalator and keep riding to the obvious destination floor, then get off. Retire. Move on. That’s not how it works now, and certainly not for me. Reinventing Government: How the Entrepreneurial Spirit is Transforming the Public Sector is a work of nonfiction political science written by authors David Osborne and Ted Gaebler.
Published inthe book was hailed as “a landmark in the debate on the future of public policy” by The Washington Post. After surveying and compiling a. Reinventing Government or Reinventing Ourselves The Role of Citizen Owners in Making a Better Government this book argues that better performance by public agencies requires active and responsible citizens as well as efficient organizations.
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Reinventing Citizenship offers a comparative study of African American welfare activism in Los Angeles and Koreans’ campaigns for welfare rights in Kawasaki, revealing how race and citizenship transform as they cross countries and documenting the interconnected histories of African Americans and Koreans in Japan, Kazuyo Tsuchiya enables us to rethink.
This book is a must read for anyone with interest in government. While it may be 30 years old, the problems of then are identical to the problems of today. Precious little has changed and the impact of these strategies can still be attempted/5. Find out more about Reinventing Politics by Vladimir Tismaneanu at Simon & Schuster.
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The traditional hierarchical organization has long been under fire, resulting in numerous new organizational experiments. Ashley Jochim is a senior research analyst at the Center on Reinventing Public Education. Her research focuses on policy analysis and implementation, including work on state education agencies, K accountability, Common Core standards, school choice, and district reform efforts.
Reinventing the future will involve setting goals and finding solutions for major worldwide problems of the environment, the North South gap, arms control and East West relations, and ethics. These are the issues that Christian Science Monitor columnist, Rushworth Kidder addresses in this timely and important book.
Reinventing the Future follows up on Kidder's. Reinventing the United Nations would be of interest to the public and particularly the postgraduate students of political science, international law, and international relations, as well as diplomats, public affairs professionals and social science scholars at various levels.
Table of Contents. An inspiring, well-organized exposition of ten principles that appear to offer hope for renewal in an era of government decline. Osborne's Laboratories of Democracy () celebrated government innovation at state and local levels; here, the ideas are further developed, with many more examples and a sharper focus.
Osborne and Gaebler (the former city manager of Visalia. Reinventing Schools, Reforming Teaching considers the impact of educational policies on those who have to translate political priorities into the day to day work of schools and classrooms. The authors argue that an evidence-informed view of policy-making has yet to be realised, graphically illustrating how many recent political decisions in.
The American Political Science Association honored Sclove’s book, Democracy and Technology, with the Don K. Price Award as “the year’s best book on science, technology and politics.” Sclove is also the senior author of The Loka Institute’s influential report on Community-Based Research in the United States.
Sclove lectures widely. Despite Baer's evident sympathies, Reinventing Democrats is a detailed, accessible, and useful account of how an important political institution made friends and influenced people. But the book is a lot less appealing when it goes after the opposition--not the GOP, but the old.
Creation: How Science is Reinventing Life Itself is a fascinating journey from the origins of all life and the origins of new artificial life.
Science writer, Adam Rutherford takes the reader through the golden age of biology and explores the pathways to 4/5. In this book, Professor McGarity reveals the complex and problematic relationship between the 'regulatory reform' movements initiated in the early ls and the United States' federal bureaucracy.
Examining both the theory and application of 'regulatory reform' under the Reagan administration, the author succeeds in offering both a relevant analysis and critique of.
Reinventing Bach Paul Elie's serious and inventive book asks: How has Bach in our time become a Godlike being whose center is everywhere. Reinventing Bach By Paul Elie Farrar, Straus and Giroux Author: Alexandra Mullen. "Reinventing Africa is a notable contribution to the cultural history of British Imperialism Its emphasis on the heterogeneity of racial discourse is very much in tune with the recent concerns of cultural historians and theorists alike.
A 'read' is counted each time someone views a publication summary (such as the title, abstract, and list of authors), clicks on a figure, or views or downloads the full-text. Hélène Landemore is Associate Professor of Political Science, with Tenure.
Her research and teaching interests include democratic theory, political epistemology, theories of justice, the philosophy of social sciences (particularly economics), constitutional processes and theories, and workplace democracy.
Her first book (in French) Hume. Their book, he says, is “required reading in the Weld administration.” Reinventing Government arrived in April with a favoring wind at its back. By a host of indicators, citizens’ confidence in the political establishment was steadily dwindling.
Party affiliations weakened as restless voters shuttled to and from traditional allegiances. Reinventing Juvenile Justice presents an honest albeit painful view of the current status of justice for young offenders.
Could it be that the celebrated "children's court" has outlived its usefulness. This central question is raised by the authors in exploring whether the juvenile court can or should survive in the years ahead.
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How to make sure big reforms work after the political limelight dims. while books on the minutiae of government functioning usually end up as suggested reading on upper-level political science courses–and little else. (David Osborne and Ted Gaebler’s book Reinventing Government stands as the sole.