Causal Stories and the Formation of Policy Agendas
Deborah A. Stone builds a theory of problem definition to explain how social conditions are transformed into problems on a community's policy agenda. She shows how causal stories are central to this process and examines political strategies for manipulating the stories.
Bureaucratic Justice: Managing Social Security Disability Claims, Jerry L. Mashaw Reviewed by Deborah A. Stone
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