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User-centric policy design to address complex needs

Author: Janet J McIntyre-Mills; Australian Research Council.
Publisher: New York : Nova Science Publishers, ©2008.
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Material Type: Internet resource
Document Type: Book, Internet Resource
All Authors / Contributors: Janet J McIntyre-Mills; Australian Research Council.
ISBN: 9781604566833 1604566833
OCLC Number: 229467483
Description: xix, 450 pages : illustrations ; 26 cm
Contents: pt. 1. Theory and approach --
Aboriginality and democracy --
Service user designer. Theory and research process --
Social cognition, mapping and guided pathways --
Research context and process --
pt. 2. Grounding the design in narratives --
Women's stories --
Men's stories --
Service providers --
pt. 3. Iterations : from complexity to patterns to inform contextual complexity --
Comparison of typologies and relationships identified in gendered narratives. Patterns, typologies and testing out the relationships --
Modeling pathways based on organic analogies --
Analysis and lessons for public policy and governance --
Conclusion: The process is the message participation is a means and an end to support well-being in democratic societies --
Postscript 1. Rehearsing what indigenous cultures already know --
Postscript 2. "Wisdom of the people' : healing pathways within and across generations --
Appendix 1. Social inclusion software --
Appendix 2. A tool for creating pathways / Denise De Vries.
Responsibility: Janet McIntyre-Mills ; in collaboration with the ARC team.
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