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In the recent past, policy makers have emphasized the benefits and positive aspects of direct payments for care of frail elderly people. In this article, the authors present the theoretical framework of “struggling logics of home care,” by means of which they explore the underlying logics of the...
How do policy makers come to know what they know? How do they think of learning? And how does that inform what they do? In this qualitative, empirical study, public health officials variously display scientific, institutional, and more socially situated epistemological strategies or...
Demographic changes in the United States have led to challenges for public organizations that are tasked to serve shifting target populations. Many arguments exist for including greater numbers of ethnic minorities among an organization's personnel, under the guise that greater ethnic...
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