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Frame reflection : toward the resolution of intractable policy controversies

Auteur: Donald A Schön; Martin Rein
Uitgever: New York : BasicBooks, ©1994.
Editie/Formaat:   Boek : EngelsAlle edities en materiaalsoorten bekijken.
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Why are controversies about such issues as abortion, welfare, persistent poverty, and environmental destruction so intractable? As anyone who has ever engaged in or tried to settle an argument on highly charged issues knows, facts rarely persuade in such situations. This innovative approach to intractable policy controversies shows how "reframing" the issues can succeed where simply appealing to facts often fails.
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Soort document: Boek
Alle auteurs / medewerkers: Donald A Schön; Martin Rein
ISBN: 0465025064 9780465025060 0465025129 9780465025121
OCLC-nummer: 30035371
Beschrijving: xx, 247 pages ; 25 cm
Inhoud: pt. I. Setting the Problem of Reframing. 1. Intractable Policy Controversies. 2. Policy Controversies as Frame Conflicts. 3. Rationality, Reframing, and Frame Reflection --
pt. II. The Cases. 4. Early Retirement in Germany. 5. Project Athena at MIT. 6. Homelessness in Massachusetts --
pt. III. Toward Frame-Reflective Policy Conversation. 7. Design Rationality Revisited. 8. Conclusion: Implications for Research and Education.
Verantwoordelijkheid: Donald A. Schön and Martin Rein.

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