Policy Archaeology: A New Policy Studies Methodology. (Article, 1994) [University of Maryland, College Park]
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Policy Archaeology: A New Policy Studies Methodology.

Policy Archaeology: A New Policy Studies Methodology.

Author: James Joseph Scheurich
Edition/Format: Article Article : English
Publication:Journal of Education Policy, v9 n4 (Jul-Aug 1994): 297-316
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Discusses policy archaeology, a radically different approach to policy studies in education drawn from the poststructuralist work of Foucault. Policy archaeology examines the social construction of problems before they become visible, focusing on five social regularities (race, gender, class, governmentality, and professionalization) comprising the dominant social order. (42 references) (MLH)
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Document Type: Article
All Authors / Contributors: James Joseph Scheurich
ISSN:0268-0939
Language Note: English
Unique Identifier: 425833291
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Discusses policy archaeology, a radically different approach to policy studies in education drawn from the poststructuralist work of Foucault. Policy archaeology examines the social construction of problems before they become visible, focusing on five social regularities (race, gender, class, governmentality, and professionalization) comprising the dominant social order. (42 references) (MLH)
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