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The Appropriations of Public Policies by Citizens

Sixth International Conference in Interpretive Policy Analysis

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Published on Thursday, June 09, 2011 by Karim Hammou

Summary

Au-delà des oppositions entre les approches « top down » et « bottom up » de l’action publique, rares sont les travaux questionnant les appropriations des politiques par leurs publics. Les publics des institutions ne constituent pas un ensemble homogène et on peut différencier les attitudes des acteurs sociaux face à la mise en œuvre des politiques dans différents secteurs. On peut faire l’hypothèse que les trajectoires, ressources et propriétés sociales des administrés influent sur les appropriations qu’ils font de l’action publique.

Announcement

Program

Session 1 : Perceptions and “participation” to public action

Chair : Nazli Nozarian, University Paris 1 Pantheon Sorbonne, CESSP-CRPS

Discussant : Vincent Dubois, University of Strasbourg, GSPE

  • Margit van Wessel, Wageningen University, Communication Science. What people mean when they talk about government (not) listening: citizens’ perspectives on government responsiveness in the Netherlands
  • Dorothée Prud'homme, Université Paris 1. Ethnicisation as a perceived strategy of appropriation of healthcare public services by Roma patients
  • Cristian Nitoiu, Loughborough University Where are the people in EU foreign policy ?
  • Simona Davidescu, University of Southampton, Teaching Fellow in Public Policy and Governance, School of Social Sciences. Climate Change and public participation in Eastern Europe

Session 2 : Strategies of adaptation to policies

Chair : Lorenzo Barrault, University Paris 1 Pantheon Sorbonne, CESSP-CRPS

Discussant :  Helena Leino, University Of Tampere, Departement of Regional Studies

  • Pierre Renno, University Paris 1 Pantheon Sorbonne, CESSP-CRPS. “We didn’t come to judaize the Galilee, we were looking for quality of life” - Avoidance of National Issues among the Mitzpim Inhabitants
  • Ellen A. Stewart, University of Edinburgh. ‘Everyday creativity’ in the Scottish NHS: problematising public involvement through young adults’ accounts
  • Céline Borelle, IEP Grenoble, PACTE. When public policy relies on parentality. The case of autism
  • Pierre-Edouard Weill, University of Strasbourg, GSPE. The Popular Appropriations of Administrative Justice. The French Case of the Enforceable Right to Housing

Places

  • Cardiff University (Pays de Galles)
    Cardiff, Britain

Date(s)

  • Friday, June 24, 2011

Contact(s)

  • Nazli Nozarian
    courriel : nazli30 [at] yahoo [dot] com

Reference Urls

Information source

  • Nazli Nozarian
    courriel : nazli30 [at] yahoo [dot] com

To cite this announcement

« The Appropriations of Public Policies by Citizens », Conference, symposium, Calenda, Published on Thursday, June 09, 2011, https://calenda.org/204624

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