This unit covers a range of theoretical approaches for engaging with public policy in northern contexts, particularly cross-jurisdictional issues, remoteness, complexity and cultural multiplicity. The unit progresses from more mainstream structuralist approaches to public policy, through complexity and critical realism to post-foundationalist approaches. In doing so, the unit exposes students to a 'tool kit' of theoretical approaches through which to engage critically with all phases of engaging with public policy, at an ethical and political level.
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