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Abstract This is the introduction to a symposium which addresses the essential task of transforming power dynamics in public administration. The articles in this symposium each consider different sources of inspiration for resisting and disrupting systems of oppression while co-creating and...
Abstract This paper examines nascent alternative approaches to “commoning” and “common goods” that have been developed over the last decade by a unique coalition of lawyers, grassroots initiatives, and local governments in Italian cities, notably Bologna and Naples. The aim is to flesh out and...
Abstract The disproportionate numbers of LGBTQ youth experiencing homelessness presents moral and ethical dilemmas, carries high emotional and social costs for those without safe, adequate housing, and impacts society at-large. This paper argues that rather than traditional, power-over responses...
Abstract The Occupy Movement (“Occupy”) was largely ignored by public administration scholars. In this paper we argue that letting Occupy pass by without substantive analysis is unfortunate because it represented an opportunity for public administration to learn and reflect on critically...
Abstract Social movements have been identified as a source of learning for collaborative governance network models, prefiguring “integrative governance” through their commitment to radical democracy. The nonprofit training institute Relational Uprising works directly with social movements and...
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