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New Directions in Culture and Governance
This series has a combined focus on innovation in local governance and new developments in the field of cultural policy. Culture functions, much like society itself, as a complex system of elements that often acts to strengthen attachments to place. New Directions publishes scholarship that is thematically diverse—examining culture, for example, as a trigger for economic renewal or as a tool for intercultural understanding—and while books in the series may use differing methodologies, we are especially interested in creative applications of social science research.
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Local Politics: A Resource for Democracy in Western Europe: Local Autonomy, Local Integrative Capacity, and Citizens' Attitudes toward Politics
Lexington Books • February 2007 • Monograph
Tampering with Tradition: The Unrealized Authority of Democratic Agency
PETER BOGASON; SANDRA KENSEN AND HUGH T. MILLER -
GUY B. ADAMS; FRANK HENDRIKS; LARS...
Lexington Books • October 2004 • Monograph