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The author argues that conditions of subordination limit opportunities for citizen participation and discourse and alter the forms and meanings of each. In her view, open participation in the forms recognized as conventional, virtuous, and authentic is often neither possible nor wise. The author...
When understood as a public act of participation rather than solely as a private act of voting, political activity may be regarded either as an instrumental process in the pursuit of public ends or as a transformative process that fosters citizen development. In seeking to develop a discursive...
Although discourse theorists have deconstructed Western rationality and rejected objectivism and analytical means, the critique of the rational in discourse theories often does not go far enough. Discourse theories that remain wedded to instrumental action (good means ensure good ends) and...
Regulatory agencies often delegate responsibility for implementing policy to agencies at lower levels of government. This article models strategic bargaining between New York State regulatory principals at the Department of Environmental Conservation (DEC) and county landfill agents as an...
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