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Research Bibliography

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This bibliography includes materials related to following topics:

Community-based research

Research methods

Bernard, H. R., 1995. Research Methods in Anthropology: Qualitative and Quantitative Approaches. Altamira Press, London, UK.

Denzin, N. K., 1998. The art and politics of interpretation. Pages 313-44 in N. K. Denzin, and Y. S. Lincoln, editors. Collecting and Interpreting Qualitative Materials. Sage Publications, Thousand Oaks, California.

Loka Institute, 2000. Common Problems, Uncommon Resources: Exploring the Social and Economic Challenges of Community-Based Research. Proceedings, Community Research Network Conference, 16-18 July 2000, Morehouse College, Spelman College, and Clark Atlanta University: Atlanta, GA.

Loka Institute, 1999. Doing Community-Based Research: A Reader. The Loka Institute: Amherst, MA.

Morrow, R. A., and D. D. Brown, 1994. Critical Theory and Methodology. Sage Publications, Thousand Oaks, California.

Robson, C., 1993. Real World Research: A Resource for Social Scientists and Practitioner-Researchers. Blackwell Publishers, Oxford, UK.

Sclove, R. E., M. L. Scammell, and B. Holland, 1998. Community-Based Research in the US: An Introductory Reconnaissance, Including Twelve Organizational Case Studies and Comparison with the Dutch Science Shops and the Mainstream American Research System. The Loka Institute: Amherst, MA.

Science shops

de Bok, C., 2001. After years of decline, non-profit consultancies - science shops - are starting to reinvent themselves, says Alexander Hellmans. NatureJobs (5 July 2001): 4-5.

Downs, M., 2000. Researchers Reach Out to 'Stakeholders' in Studies: Partnerships with affected citizens can improve the science, but it's not easy to build consensus on the best approach. In Chronicle of Higher Education, 18 Aug 2000.

Fortun, M., 1998. Institutionalizing Indirection: Science at the Crossroads of Scholarship and Politics. Science as Culture, 7 (2): 173-92.

Holden, C., 1998. Sciences shops in Canadian universities. Science, 280: 1515.

SCIPAS (Study and Conference on Improving Public Access to Science), 2001. Reports No. 1-7. Living Knowledge-The International Science Shops Network: Amsterdam, The Netherlands.

Traditional knowledge and indigenous rights

Bioprospecting and patents

MacIlwain, C., 1998. When rhetoric hits reality in debate on bioprospecting. Nature, 392: 535-40.

Masood, E., 1998. Social equity versus private property: striking the right balance. Nature, 392: 537.

Moran, K., S. R. King, and T. J. Carlson, 2001. Biodiversity Prospecting: Lessons and Prospects. Annual Review of Anthropology, 30: 505-26.

Schiermeier, Q., 2002. Traditional owners 'should be paid'. Nature, 419: 423.

Indigenous property rights

Amore, P., n.d. The Author-ization of Information. A review of James Boyle's "Shamans, Software and Spleens".

Bachrach, S. E. A., 1998. Who Should Own Scientific Papers? Science, 281: 1459-60.

Brickley, P., 2001. Protecting Intellectual Property. The Scientist, 15 (29 October 2001): 30.

Dutfield, G., 1999. Chapter 11: Rights, Resources and Responses. In D. A. Posey, editor. Cultural and Spiritual Values of Biodiversity. United Nations Environment Program.

Gray, A., 1990. Indigenous Peoples and the Marketing of the Rainforest. The Ecologist, 20 (6).

Karpe, P., 2002. Towards a common law concerning the protection of traditional knowledge. Science in Africa (September 2002).

Posey, D. A., and A. Von Humboldt, 1990. Intellectual Property Rights: What is the position of Ethnobiology? Journal of Ethnobiology, 10 (1): 93-8.

Posey, D. A., and M. P. E. Goeldi, 1994. International Agreements and Intellectual Property Right Protection for Indigenous Peoples. In T. Greaves, editor. Intellectual Property Rights for Indigenous Peoples, A Sourcebook.

Posey, D., and G. Dutfield, 1996. Publication and the public domain. Pages 35- in Beyond Intellectual Property: Toward Traditional Resource Rights.

Traditional ecological knowledge

Berkes, F. 1999. Sacred Ecology: Traditional Ecological Knowledge and Resource Management. Taylor & Francis: London, UK.

Healey, C., 1992. The significance and application of TEK. N. Williams, and G. Bains, editors. Traditional Ecological Knowledge: Wisdom for Sustainable Development. Australia National University: Canberra, Australia.

Morrow, P., and C. Hensel, 1992. Hidden Dissension: Minority-Majority Relationships and the Use of Contested Terminology. Arctic Anthropologist, 29 (1): 38-53.

Narain, S., 2002. Knowledge Doctrines. Science and Environment Online (15 October 2002).

Nelson, M., 1997. Deep Green - Becoming Metis. Orion (Spring 1997).

Prance, G. T.(ed), 1994. Ethnobotany & the search for new drugs. Ciba Foundation Symposium.

Riedlinger, D. and F. Berkes, 2001. Contributions of traditional knowledge to understanding climate change in the Canadian Arctic. Polar Record, 37 : 315-328.

Turner, N. J., M. B. Ignace, and R. Ignace, 2000. Traditional Ecological Knowledge and Wisdom of Aboriginal Peoples in British Columbia. Ecological Applications, 10 (5): 1275-87.

Turner, N. J., 2001. Doing it right: Issues and practices of sustainable harvesting or non-timber forest products relating to First Peoples in British Columbia. BC Journal of Ecosystems and Management, 1.

Wenzel, G. 1999. Traditional ecological knowledge and Inuit: Reflections on TEK research and ethics. Arctic, 52 : 113-124.

Codes, practices and protocols


Alexiades, M., and D. M. P. Peluso, 2002. Annex 7.1. Prior informed consent: the anthropology and politics of cross-cultural exchange. Pages 221-7 in S. A. Laird, editor. Biodiversity and traditional knowledge: Equitable partnerships in practice. Earthscan: London, UK.

CSSP (Clayoquot Sound Scientific Panel), 1994. Report of the Scientific Panel for Sustainable Forest Practices in Clayoquot Sound. Clayoquot Sound Scientific Panel: Victoria, BC.

Ethnobotany, I. C. o., 2001. Ethnobotany in the Third Millennium: Expectations and Unresolved Issues. Proceedings, 3rd International Congress of Ethnobotany, 22-30 September 2001: Naples, Italy.

Gibbs, M., 2001. Toward a Strategy for Undertaking Cross-cultural Collaborative Research. Society and Natural Resources, 14: 673-87.

Kelly, J., 2002. Hague meeting targets biopiracy. The Scientist (24 April 2002).

Laird, S. A., editor. 2002. Biodiversity and traditional knowledge: Equitable partnerships in practice. Earthscan: London, UK.

LBMFS (Long Beach Model Forest Society), 1996. Draft Traditional Ecological Protocols for Researchers. Compiled by the TEK Working Group (Paul, A., D. Bayne, L. Paul, L., T. Sutherland, C. Mickey, M. Lucas, R. Hamilton, and K. Price). Long Beach Model Forest Society: Ucluelet, BC.

Research ethics

Farnsworth, E. J., and J. Rosovsky, 1993. The Ethics of Ecological Field Experimentation. Conservation Biology, 7 (3): 463-72.

Knoppers et al., 1999. Commercialization of Genetic Research and Public Policy. Science, 286 (5448): 2277-8.

Rundstrom, R., and D. Deur, 1999. Reciprocal appropriation: Toward an ethics of cross-cultural research. Pages 237-50 in J. Proctor, and D. Smith, editors. Geography and Ethics: Journeys in a Moral Terrain. Routledge.

Scott, K., and O. Receveur, 1995. Ethics for working with communities of Indigenous Peoples. Canadian Journal of Physiological Pharmacology, 73: 751-3.

Collective decisions under uncertainty

Adaptive management

Halbert, C. L., 1993. How Adaptive is Adaptive Management? Implementing Adaptive Management in Washington State and British Columbia. Reviews in Fisheries Science, 1: 261-83.

Johnson, B. L., 1999. Introduction to the Special Feature: Adaptive Management: Scientifically Sound, Socially Challenged? Conservation Ecology, 3 (1): 10.

Lee, K. N., 1993. Compass and Gyroscope: Integrating Science and Politics for the Environment. Island Press: Washington, DC.

Lee, K. N., 1999. Appraising Adaptive Management. Conservation Ecology, 3 (2): 3.

Ministry of Forests, 2001. Adaptive Management Initiatives in the BC Forest Service. Web page (www.for.gov.bc.ca/hfp/amhome/amhome.htm). Government of British Columbia. Accessed 9 March, 2001.

Collaborative governance

Abrams, P., 2000. Overcoming Obstacles to Implementing Community-based Collaborative Governance of Natural Resources: the case of the Clayoquot Sound Central Region Board. Master's Thesis. Simon Fraser University: Burnaby, BC.

Clayoquot Sound Central Region Board, 2001. Clayoquot Sound Central Region Board. Web site (www.island.net/~crb/). Accessed 28 March, 2001.

DFO (Department of Fisheries and Oceans), 2001. Backgrounder: West Coast of Vancouver Island Aquatic Management Board. News Release BG-PR-01-009E. Government of Canada: Vancouver, BC.


Berkes, F., P. George, and R. J. Preston, 1991. Co-management: the evolution in theory and practice of the joint administration of living resources. Alternatives, 18 (2): 12-18.

Berkes, F., 1997. New and Not-So-New Directions in the Use of the Commons: Co-Management. The Common Property Resource Digest, 42: 5-7.

Jentoft, S., 2000. The community: a missing link of fisheries management. Marine Policy, 24: 53-9.

Nielsen, J. R., 1996. Fisheries Co-Management: Theoretical aspects, international experiences and future requirements. Proceedings, Annual Finnish Fisheries Conference, 28-29 November 1996: Turku, Finland.

Pinkerton, E., 1989. Co-operative Management of Local Fisheries. UBC Press: Vancouver, BC.

Regenvanu, R., and F. Hickey, 1998-1999. Supporting Traditional Management of Marine Resources. Tok Blong Pasifik (December - February 1998-1999): 19-22; 31-3.

Common property

Gibson, M., M. McKean, and E. Ostrom, 2000. People and Forests: Communities, Institutions, and Governance. MIT Press: Cambridge, MA.

Magnusson, W., and K. Shaw, editors. 2003. A Political Space: Reading the Global through Clayoquot Sound. University of Minnesota Press: Minneapolis.

Ostrom, E., 1990. Governing the Commons: The Evolution of Institutions for Collective Action. Cambridge University Press: Cambridge, UK.

Parson, E., 2001. Governing the Environment: Persistent Challenges, Uncertain Innovations. University of Toronto Press: Toronto, ON.

Complex systems

Berkes, F., and C. Folke, 1998. Linking Social and Ecological Systems: Management Practices and Social Mechanisms for Building Resilience. Cambridge University Press: Cambridge, UK.

Costanza, R., Waigner, L., Folke, C. and Maler, K. G., 1993. Modeling complex ecological economic systems: towards an evolutionary dynamic understanding of people and nature. BioScience, 43: 545-555.

Folke, C., Pritchard, L. Jr., Berkes, F., Colding, J. and Svedin, U., 1997. The problem of fit between ecosystems and institutions. IHDP Working Paper 2, International Human Dimensions Programme on Global Environmental Change: Bonn, Germany.

Gunderson, L., C. S. Holling, and S. Light, editors. 1995. Barriers and Bridges to the Renewal of Ecosystems and Institutions. Columbia University Press: New York, NY.

Levin, S. A., 1999. Fragile Dominion: Complexity and the Commons. Perseus Books: Reading, MA.

Ludwig, D., Hilborn, R., and Walters, C. 1993. Uncertainty, resource exploitation and conservation: lessons from history. Science, 260: 17, 36.

Ecological history

Cronon, W., 1983. Changes in the Land: Indians, Colonists, and the Ecology of New England. Hill and Wang: New York, NY.

Cronon, W., 1992. A place for stories: nature, history and narrative. The Journal of American History: 1347-76.

Schreker, T., 1997. Surviving Globalism: The Social and Environmental Challenges. Macmillan Press: London, UK.

Worster, D., 1994. Nature's Economy: A History of Ecological Ideas. Cambridge University Press: Cambridge, UK.

Political ecology

Beatty, B., 1997. Integrating First Principles into Aboriginal Administration. Policy Options (March 1997): 31.

Bocking, S., 2000. The Background of Biodiversity - A Brief History of Canadians and Their Living Environment. Pages v-31 in S. Bocking, editor. Biodiversity in Canada: Ecology, Ideas, and Action. Trent University: Peterborough, Ontario.

Guha, R., 1997. The Authoritarian Biologist and the Arrogance of Anti-Humanism: Wildlife Conservation in the Third World. The Ecologist, 27 (1): 14-20.

M'Gonigle, M. R., 1999. Ecological economics and political ecology: towards a necessary synthesis. Ecological Economics, 28: 11-26.

Magnusson, W., n.d. The Globalization of Political Space: Reflections on Clayoquot Sound. Prospects for Development in the Pacific-Asia Area: 79-95.

Walter, E., R., M. M'Gonigle, and C. McKay, 2000. Fishing Around the Law: The Pacific Salmon Management System as a "Structural Infringement" of Aboriginal Rights. McGill Law Journal, 45: 263-314.

Precautionary principle

Cameron, J. and T. O’Riordan, editors, 1994. Interpreting the Precautionary Principle. Earthscan: London, UK.

Commission of the European Communities, 2000. Communication from the Commission on the Precautionary Principle. Online article (europa.eu.int/comm/dgs/health_consumer/library/pub/pub07_en.pdf). Accessed 12 February 2001.

Dovers, S. R., and J. W. Handmer, 1995. Ignorance, the Precautionary Principle, and Sustainability. Ambio, 24 (2): 92-7.

FAO Fisheries Technical Paper. 1995. Precautionary Approach to Fisheries Part I: Guidelines on the Precautionary Approach to Capture Fisheries and Species Introductions. Proceedings, Lysekil, Sweden, 6-13 June 1995.

Foster, K., P. Vecchia and M. H. Repacholi, 2000. Science and the Precautionary Principle. Science, 288.

Hilborn, R., J. J. Maguire, A. M. Parma, and A. A. Rosenberg, 2001. The Precautionary Approach and Risk Management: can they increase the probability of successes in fishery management? Canadian Journal of Fisheries and Aquatic Sciences, 58: 99-107.

VanderZwaag, D., 1994. Implications of the Precautionary Principle for the Canadian Environmental Protection Act (CEPA). Reviewing CEPA: The Issues #18. Minister of Supply and Services: Ottawa, ON.

Whelan, E. 1996, Our ‘Stolen Future’ and the Precautionary Principle. American Council of Science and Health, 8 (3).

Weiss, E.B. 1992. Intergenerational Equity: a legal framework for global environmental change. E. B.Weiss (editor), Environmental Change and International Law: new challenges and dimensions. UNU Press: Tokyo, Japan.

Wingspread Statement on the Precautionary Principle, 1998. Info Re: Precautionary Principle. Online article (www.flora.org/flora.mai-not/2166). Accessed 12 February 2001.

Property rights

Anderson, T., and P. J. Hill, 1975. Evolution of Property Rights: A Study of the American West. Journal of Law and Economics, 18: 163-79.

Bromley, D., 1991. Environment and Economy: Property Rights and Public Policy. Blackwell: Oxford, UK.

Demsetz, H., 1968. Towards a Theory of Property Rights. The American Economic Review, 57: 347-59.

Hanna, S., C. Folke, and K. Maler, 1996. Rights to Nature: Ecological, Economic, Cultural, and Political Principles of Institutions for the Environment. Island Press: Washington, DC.

Macpherson, C. B., 1978. Property: Mainstream and Critical Positions. University of Toronto Press: Toronto, ON.

McLaren, J., A. Buck, and N. Wright, editors. n.d. Land and Freedom: Law, Property Rights, and the British Diaspora. Ashgate: Aldershot, UK.

Sened, I., 1997. The Political Institution of Private Property. Cambridge University Press: Cambridge, UK.

Shaw, D., 1996. Owning the Natural World. Doctoral Dissertation. University of Colorado: Boulder, Colorado.

Usher, P. and N. Bankes, 1986. Property, the Basis of Inuit Hunting Rights - A New Approach Inuit Committee on National Issues. Ottawa, ON.

Social capital

Burt, R. S., 2000. The Network Structure of Social Capital. (May 2000).

Dobell, A. R., 2000. Social Learning and Social Capital in a Full World. Proceedings, HRDC/OECD international symposium on the Contribution of Human and Social Capital to Sustained Economic Growth and Well-Being, 19-21 March 2000. Organization for Economic Cooperation and Development: Québec, QC.

Deliberative democracy

Beck, U., 1992. Risk Society: Towards a New Modernity. Sope: London, UK.

Calabresi, G. and P. Bobbit, 1978. Tragic Choices. Norton: New York, NY.

Davis, K. C., 1969. Discretionary justice: a preliminary inquiry. University of Chicago Press: Urbana, IL.

Gabardi, W., 2001. Negotiating Postmodernism. University of Minnesota Press: Minneapolis, MN.

Mouffe, C., 2000. The Democratic Paradox. Verso: New York, NY.

Pellizoni, L., 2001. The myth of the best argument: power, deliberation and reason. British Journal of Sociology, 52 (1): 59-86.

Schon, D. A. and M. Rein, 1994. Frame Reflection: Toward the Resolution of Intractable Policy Controversies. Basic Books: New York, NY.

Zolo, D., 1992. Democracy and Complexity: A Realist Approach. Pennsylvania State University Press: University Park, PA.

Representing nature and negotiating meaning

Cultural borderlands

Asad, T. (editor), 1973. Anthropology and the colonial encounter. Ithaca Press: London, UK.

Berkhofer, R. F., Jr., 1979. The white man's Indian. Vintage Books: New York, NY.

Brody, H., 1988. Maps and dreams: Indians and the British Columbia frontier. Douglas & McIntyre: Vancouver, BC.

Geertz, C, 1983. Local knowledge. Basic Books: New York, NY.

Rosaldo, R., 1989. Culture and truth: The remaking of social analysis. Beacon Press: Boston, MA.

Spivak, G. C., 1988. In other worlds: Essays in cultural politics. Routledge: London, UK.

Wolf, M., 1992. The thrice told tale: Feminism, postmodernism and ethnographic responsibility. Stanford University Press: Stanford, CA.

Jurisdictional Borderlands

Albert, M., D. Jacobson, and Y. Lapid, editors. 2001. Identities, Borders, Orders - Rethinking International Relations Theory. University of Minnesota Press: Minneapolis, MN.

Blatter, Joachim and N. Clement, 2001. Special Number: European Perspectives on Borderlands. Journal of Borderland Studies, 15 (1).

Dobell, A. R., and M. Neufeld, editors. 1994. Trans-Border Citizens. Oolichan Books: Vancouver, BC.

Papademetriou, D. G., and D. W. Meyers, editors. 2001. Caught in the Middle - Border Communities in an Era of Globalization. Migration Policy Institute Publications: New York, NY.

Perkmann, M., and N.-L. Sum, editors. 2002. Globalization, Regionalization and Cross-Border Regions. Palgrave MacMillan: London, UK.

Boundary organizations

Guston, D. H., W. Clark, T. Keating, D. Cash, S. Moser, C. Miller, and P. Powers, 2000. Boundary Organizations in Environmental Policy and Science. Proceedings, Workshop co-sponsored by Bloustein School of Planning and Public Policy and the Belfer Center for Science and International Affairs, 9-10 December 1999: New Brunswick, NJ.

Guston, D. H., 2001. Boundary Organizations in Environmental Policy and Science: An Introduction. Science, Technology, & Human Values, 26 (4): 399-408.

Miller, C., 2001. Hybrid management: Boundary organizations, science policy, and environmental governance in the climate regime. Science, Technology and Human Values, 26 (4): 478-500.

Shackley, S., and B. Wynne, 1996. Representing uncertainty in global climate change science and policy: Boundary-ordering devices and authority. Science, Technology and Human Values, 21 (3): 275-302.

Wynne, B., in press. Expert discourses of risk and ethics on genetically manipulated organisms: the weaving of public alienation. Politeia Anno, 16 (60).

Boundary work

Gieryn, T., 1983. Boundary-work and the demarcation of science from non-science: Strains and interests in professional ideologies of scientists. American Sociological Review, 48 (December): 781-95.

Gieryn, T., 1995. Boundaries of science. Pages 393-441 in S. Jasanoff, G. E. Murkle, and J. C. Petersen, editors. Handbook of science and technology studies. Sage Publications: Thousand Oaks, CA.

Gieryn, T., 1999. Cultural boundaries of science: Credibility on the line. University of Chicago Press: Chicago, IL.

Solomon, S. M., and E. J. Hackett, 1996. Setting boundaries between science and law: Lessons from Daubert v. Merrell Dow Pharmaceuticals, Inc. Science, Technology, and Human Values, 21 (2): 131-56.

Star, S. L., and J. R. Griesemer, 1989. Institutional ecology, 'translations' and boundary objects: Amateurs and professionals in Berkeley's museum of vertebrate zoology. Social Studies of Science, 19: 387-420.

Hybrid objects

Agrawal, A., 1995. Dismantling the divide between indigenous and scientific knowledge. Development and Change, 26: 413.

Callon, M., 1986. Some elements of a sociology of translation: Domestication of the scallops and the fishermen of St. Brieuc Bay. Pages 196-233 in J. Law, editor. Power, action, and belief: A new sociology of knowledge? Routledge and Kegan Paul: London, UK.

Geertz, C., 1973. Thick description: Toward an interpretive theory of culture. Pages 3-30 in Interpretation of Cultures. Basic Books: New York, NY.

Gutierrez, K., P. Baquedano-Lopez, and C. Tejeda, 1999. Rethinking diversity: hybridity and hybrid language practices in the third space. Mind, Culture & Activity, 6: 286-303.

Gutierrez, K., P. Baquedano-Lopez, H. H. Alvarez, and M. M. Chiu, 1999. Building a culture of collaboration through hybrid language practices. Theory Into Practice, 38 (2): 87-93.

Haraway, D., 1992. The promises of monsters: A regenerative politics for inappropriate/d others. Pages 295-337 in L. Grossberg, C. Nelson, and P. Treichler, editors. Cultural Studies. Routledge: New York, NY.

Post-modern public administration and governance

What is ‘post-modern’

Barthes, R., 1989. From Work to Text. D. H. Richter, editor. The Critical Tradition: Classic Texts and Contemporary Trends. St. Martin's Press: New York, NY.

Best, S. and D. Kellner, 1991. Postmodern Theory: critical interrogations. MacMillan Press: London, UK.

Derrida, J., 1989. Structure, Sign and Play in the Discourse of Human Sciences. D. H. Richter, editor. The Critical Tradition: Classic Texts and Contemporary Trends. St. Martin's Press: New York, NY.

Fox, C., and H. Miller, 1995. Postmodern Public Administration: toward discourse. Sage Publications: Thousand Oaks, CA.

Farmer, D., editor. 1998. Papers on the Art of Anti-Administration. Chatelaine Press: Richmond, VA.

Fish, S., 1989. Critical Self-Consciousness, Or Can We Know What We're Doing? S. Fish, editor. Doing What Comes Naturally: Change, Rhetoric, and the Practice of Theory in Literary and Legal Studies. Duke University Press: Durham, NC.

French, R., n.d. Postmodern government. Optimum: the journal of public sector management, 23 (1).

Lyotard, J. F., 1984. The Postmodern Condition. Manchester University Press: Manchester, UK.

Rorty, R., 1989. Contingency, Irony and Solidarity. Cambridge University Press: Cambridge, UK.

Pal, L. A., 2001. Beyond Policy Analysis: public issue management in turbulent times. Nelson Thomson Learning: Sydney, Australia.

Parson, W., 1995. Public Policy: an introduction to the theory and practice of policy analysis. Aldershot: London, UK.

Defining policy issues from a post-modern perspective

Barthes, R., 1972. The Structuralist Activity. Translation by R. Howard. Farrar, Strauss, Giroux: New York.

Derrida, J., 1989. Structure, Sign and Play in the Discourse of Human Sciences. D. H. Richter, editor. The Critical Tradition: Classic Texts and Contemporary Trends. St. Martin's Press: New York, NY.

Eagleton, T., 1983. Literary Theory: an introduction. University of Minnesota Press: Minneapolis, MN.

Jameson, F., 1972. The Prison-House of Language. Princeton University Press: Princeton, NJ.

Richter, D. H., editor. 1989. The Critical Tradition: Classic Texts and Contemporary Trends. St. Martin's Press: New York, NY.

de Saussure, F., 1966. Course in General Linguistics. Translation by W. Baskin. McGraw-Hill: New York, NY.

Politics of Policy Formation and Solution Analysis

Foucault, M., 1980. Truth and Power. C. Gordon, editor. Power/Knowledge: Selected Interviews and Other Writings 1972-1977 by Michel Foucault. Harvester Press: Brighton, UK.

Foucault, M., 1982. The Subject and Power. H. L. Dreyfus, editor. Foucault: beyond structuralism and hermenuetics. Harvester Press: Brighton, UK.

Hoy, D. C., editor. 1986. Foucault: a critical reader. Basil Blackwell: Oxford, UK.

Wildavsky, A., 1979. Speaking Truth to Power: the art and craft of policy analysis. Little Brown: Boston, MA.

Problems of Policy Implementation

Derrida, J., 1989. Structure, Sign and Play in the Discourse of Human Sciences. D. H. Richter, editor. The Critical Tradition: Classic Texts and Contemporary Trends. St. Martin's Press: New York, NY.

Fish, S., 1989. Doing What Comes Naturally: Change, Rhetoric, and the Practice of Theory in Literary and Legal Studies. Duke University Press: Durham, NC.

Sabatier, P. and D. Mazmanian, 1995. A Conceptual Framework of the Implementation Process. Policy Studies Journal, 8: 538-560.

Textual Interpretation and Problems of Evaluation and Accountability in the Policy Cycle

Ashby, W. R., 1964. An Introduction to Cybernetics. Chapman and Hall: London, UK.

Fish, S., 1997. Boutique Multiculturalism. Critical Inquiry, 23 (Winter 1997).

Kernaghan, K., B. Marson and S. Borins, 2000. The New Public Organization. The Institute of Public Administration of Canada: Ottawa, ON.

Morgan, G., 1997. Images of Organization. Sage Publications: Thousand Oaks, CA.

Simon, H. A., 1969. The Sciences of the Artificial. MIT Press: Massachusetts, MA.

Performance Practice and Public Administration

Coleman, J. L., and A. J. Sebok, 1994. Jurisprudence. Garland: New York, NY.

Dart, T., 1954. The interpretation of music. Hutchinson University Press: London, UK.

Ferrara, A., 1988. Reflective authenticity: rethinking the project of modernity. Routledge: London, UK.

Leppard, R., and R. G. Pauly, 1988. Authenticity in music. Amadeus Press: Portland, OR.

Krislov, S., editor. 1972. Compliance and the law: a multi-disciplinary approach. Sage Publications: Beverly Hills, CA.

Newman, D., 1999. Boundaries, territory and postmodernity. F. Cass: London, UK.

Scott, D. B., 2000. Music, culture and society. Oxford University Press: Oxford, UK.

Taruskin, R., 1995. Text and Act: essays on music and performance. Oxford University Press: Oxford, UK.

Zaslaw, N., 1996. Mozart’s piano concertos: text, context, interpretation. University of Michigan Press: Ann Arbor, MI.

Post-modern public administration

Best, S., 1995. The politics of historical vision: Marx, Foucault, Habermas. Guilford Press: New York, NY.

Eve, R. A., 1997. Chaos, complexity, and sociology: myths, models, and theories. Sage Publications: Thousand Oaks, CA.

Forester, J., 1985. Critical theory and public life. MIT Press: Cambridge, MA.

Marshall, G. S., 1990. The Blacksburg manifesto and the postmodern debate : public administration in a time without a name. American Review of Public Administration, 20 (2).

Miller, H. T., 2002. Postmodern public policy. State University of New York Press: Albany, NY.

Newman, D., 1999. Boundaries, territory and postmodernity. F. Cass: London, UK.

Rhodes, R. A. W., 1995. Towards a postmodern public administration: epoch, epistemology or narrative? The Robert Schuman Centre at the European University Institute: San Domenico, Spain.

Scott, F. E., 1997. Morally transformational public discourse and the postmodern problem of what to do next. University of La Verne Press: La Verne, CA.

Spicer, M. W., 2001. Public administration and the state : a postmodern perspective. University of Alabama Press: Tuscaloosa, AL.

Steven, B., and D. Kellner, 1991. Postmodern Theory: critical interrogations. MacMillan Press: London, UK.

Wamsley, G. L., and J. F. Wolf, 1996. Refounding democratic public administration: modern paradoxes, postmodern challenges. Sage Publications: Thousand Oaks, CA.

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