The Dilemmas of Engagement: The role of consultation in governance
by Jenny Stewart
Publisher: ANU Press 2009
Number of pages: 98
In this monograph, Professor Jenny Stewart maps out the principal approaches used by governments to consult with and engage affected communities of interest. Stewart critically assesses the available literature and draws directly upon the experiences of political actors, bureaucrats and community sector organisations in order to identify the 'good, bad, and the ugly' of engagement.
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