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With global financial, climate, demographic, and terrorist threats challenging nations worldwide, many observers have argued that a return to activist or “neointerventionist” government in the United States and abroad is underway. Incorporating a neo-Weberian perspective on American political...
As the sectors of intervention traditionally assigned to the responsibility of the State gradually become spaces of mobilization for a plurality of actors, the notion of “public” appears problematic: it is difficult to define what distinguishes the structures of governance, the actors involved,...
Nowadays, the cockpit model for public policy planning has been largely replaced by a model of distributed decision making. Taking a dramaturgical perspective on politics, this article follows issues when they are displaced between different settings for decision making. A typology of five...
Using mail survey data, we analyze the types of vulnerabilities Florida’s county officials rate as critical when planning for (a) a natural disaster and (b) a deliberate (terrorist) human-made attack. The research identifies the degree to which these officials provide similar assessments...
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