Conducting interpretive policy analysis

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Sage Publications, 2000 - Political Science - 103 pages
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This book in the QRM series is designed for a wide variety of research methods courses taught in various departments. It will be of most interest to those in Public Policy, Political Science, and Public Administration departments, but will also be of interest to researchers in Sociology, Anthropology, Communication and Education departments, among others. The book fills a gap in the traditional policy analysis coverage, which is usually heavily quantitative. It will also fill a gap in the QRM series in covering the discipline of political science, which is warming to qualitative methodology…slowly.

There has been much in the journal literature in the past 15 years calling for more interpretive approaches to the study of public policy; Yanow has been in the middle of it.

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Contents

Identifying Interpretive
26
Symbolic Language
41
Symbolic Objects
62
Copyright

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About the author (2000)

Yanow is associate professor of public administration at the California State University, Hayward.

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