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The Argumentative turn in policy analysis and planning

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Published by Duke University Press in Durham, N.C .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Policy sciences.,
  • Debates and debating.,
  • Persuasion (Rhetoric)

  • Edition Notes

    Includes bibliographical references and index.

    Statementedited by Frank Fischer and John Forester.
    ContributionsFischer, Frank, 1942-, Forester, John, 1948-
    Classifications
    LC ClassificationsH97 .A65 1993
    The Physical Object
    Paginationviii, 327 p. :
    Number of Pages327
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL1408179M
    ISBN 100822313723, 0822313545
    LC Control Number93016710

    The "argumentative turn" refers to a group of different approaches in policy analysis and planning that emphasize the increased relevance of argumentation, language and deliberation in policy making. Public policy analysis: an introduction / William N. Dunn.—5th ed. ISBN ISBN 1. Policy sciences. 2. Political planning.

    Duncan MacRae, Jr. is the author of Expert Advice for Policy Choice ( avg rating, 3 ratings, 0 reviews, published ), Social Function of Social Sc /5(3). Methods of Argument Analysis and Construction in Public Policy Dr. Michael Hoffmann Focus In , Frank Fischer and John Forester published The Argumentative Turn in Policy Analy-sis and Planning. Turning to argumentation, they argue, is necessary because all humanFile Size: KB.

    is a platform for academics to share research papers. 1. Introduction. Planning is being viewed increasingly as a discursive or argumentative process (Hajer, ; Lapintie, ).The planner's role is often one of framing the discourse surrounding an issue by establishing the parameters of the debate rather than making concrete decisions (Fischer & Forester, ).Any technique to support planning must acknowledge its discursive nature to be Cited by:


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As simple as this insight appears, its implications for policy analysis and planning are profound. Drawing from recent work on language and argumentation and referring to such theorists as Wittgenstein, Habermas, Toulmin, and Foucault, these essays explore the interplay of language, action, and power in both the practice and the theory of : Paperback.

As simple as this insight appears, its implications for policy analysis and planning are profound. Drawing from recent work on language and argumentation and referring to such theorists as Wittgenstein, Habermas, Toulmin, and Foucault, these essays Public policy is made of language/5(4).

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Use features like bookmarks, note taking and highlighting while reading The Argumentative Turn in Policy Analysis and cturer: Duke University Press Books. As simple as this insight appears, its implications for policy analysis and planning are profound.

Drawing from recent work on language and argumentation and referring to such theorists as Wittgenstein, Habermas, Toulmin, and Foucault, these essays explore the interplay of language, action, and power in both the practice and the theory of policy-making.

As simple as this insight appears, its implications for policy analysis and planning are profound. Drawing from recent work on language and argumentation and referring to such theorists as Wittgenstein, Habermas, Toulmin, and Foucault, these essays explore the interplay of language, action, and power in both the practice and the theory of by: This book describes argumentative tools and strategies that can be used to guide policy decisions under conditions of great uncertainty.

Contributing authors explore methods from philosophical analysis and in particular argumentation analysis, showing how it can be used to systematize discussions about policy issues involving great uncertainty. The argumentative turn in policy analysis and planning, edited by Frank Fischer and John Forester.

Durham, NC: Duke University Press,pp. $ clothAuthor: Edward F. Lawlor. subtly shape their attention to issues at hand. Thus, the argumentative turn in policy analysis and planning leads us to study critically the production of analysts’ claims—not to take them as “truth,” and not to take every claim to be as valid as any other.

So the focus on argumentation in practice gives no ground to relativists. The argumentative turn in policy analysis [7] considers that multiple perspectives are involved in the interpretation of social and political reality [8].

Kingdon differentiates between a problem. Policy Analysis and Planning: From Science to Argument By John S. Dryzek The argumentative turn in policy analysis and planning comes not at the expense of science-and still less, of rationality-but, rather, at the expense of unnecessarily constricted misconceptions of science and reason in Cited by: In a popular book on the uses of history in policy analysis, Think­ ing in Time, for example, Richard Neustadt and Ernest May recommend a practical maxim they call the Goldberg Rule.

They tell planning and policy analysts, "Don't ask, 'What's the problem?' ask, 'What's the story?'-That way you'll find out what the problem really is."2. The Argumentative Turn in Policy Analysis and Planning by Frank Fischer,available at Book Depository with free delivery worldwide/5(4).

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The Argumentative Turn in Policy Analysis and Planning, Durham, NC: Duke University Press Fischer, F. and M. Hajer eds., Living with Nature – Environmental Politics as Cultural Discourse, Oxford: Oxford University Press.

Planning and policy analysis are rhetorical practices (Majone ; Throgmorton ).1 At first glance, this notion might seem outlandish.

Planners and analysts “know” that rhetoric is a matter of “mere words” that simply add gloss to the important by: The Argumentative Turn in Policy Analysis and Planning Edited by "Political Judgment and the Policy Cycle: The Case of Ethnicity Policy Arguments in the Netherlands", The Argumentative Turn in Policy Analysis and Planning, Frank Fischer, John Forester.

Download citation file: Zotero; Related Book Chapters. Cycle. Judgment Day. Public policy is made of language. Whether in written or oral form, argument is central to all parts of the policy process.

As simple as this insight appears, its implications for policy analysis and planning. The Argumentative Turn in Policy Analysis and Planning [Frank Fischer, John Forester, Maarten A.

Hajer, Robert Hoppe and Bruce Jennings]. Public policy is made of language. Whether in written or oral form, argument is central to all parts of the poli. Get this from a library. The Argumentative turn in policy analysis and planning. [Frank Fischer; John Forester;] -- A work from leading planners and policy analysts, representing practical, theoretical and political advances in the field of planning, public administration and public policy.

The Argumentative Turn Revisited The Argumentative Turn in Policy Analysis and Planning, edited by Frank Fischer and John Forester inset out a new orientation in policy analysis and planning: a shift away from the dominant empirical, ana-lytic approach to problem solving to one including the study of.

This essay examines public policy expertise and policy deliberation, and organizational decision-making from the perspective of the “argumentative the turn” that emerged in the fields of policy studies, public administration, and planning in the s (Fischer and Forester ).Is part of Book Title The argumentative turn in policy analysis and planning Author(s) Frank Fischer, John Forester, dawsonera Date c Publisher UCL Pub place London ISBN ISBN eBook.

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