Unearthing the Politics of Globalization

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Lit, 2003 - Political Science - 202 pages
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During times of transformative change, politics take place on the level where we imagine the world. This book offers a framework, vocabulary, and procedure to describe and access these politics. The metaphorological approach offered in the book allows us to demarcate the politics of globalization. Together with philosophical therapy, a technique that allows us to therapeutically engage policy makers, these politics can actually be accessed. The policy field of communicating foreign policy is used as a miner's canary in order to assess the fruitfulness of such an approach.

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Markus Lederer is a research fellow at the University of Potsdam. Philipp S. Muller is Professor for Public Policy at the Graduate School for Public Administration and Public Policy of Tecnologico de Monterrey.

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