Newman, Janet ed.
Remaking governance: Peoples, politics and the public sphere.
Bristol: Policy Press.
Explores different sites and practices of governance, from the remaking of Europe to the increasing focus on 'personhood' amd 'community' in governing social life. Contributors explore how 'the social' is constituted through governance practices, including:
- the remaking of the territories and spaces of governance
- the constitution of peoples and personhood through governing practices
- the implications for how citizens engage with political power and the selves they bring to that engagement.
Includes 4 chapters by Newman, one of which offers an anlaysis of the regendering of governance
||Six of of the contributions to this book originally took the form of papers to the ’Governing the social’ strand at the conferences of the European Social Policy Association Research Network
||Governance; Europe; peoples; territories; welfare governance; democratic participation; political representation; gender
||Social Sciences > Social Policy and Criminology
|Interdisciplinary Research Centre:
||Centre for Citizenship, Identities and Governance (CCIG)
||11 May 2009 11:32
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