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Volume 42, Number 2, April 2014
Depoliticisation, governance and the state. Edited by Matthew Flinders and Matt Wood

Introduction

Free Content Depoliticisation, governance and the state
pp. 135-149(15)
Authors: Flinders, Matthew; Wood, Matt

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Free Content Rethinking depoliticisation: beyond the governmental
pp. 151-170(20)
Authors: Wood, Matt; Flinders, Matthew

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Free Content Depoliticisation, governance and political participation
pp. 171-188(18)
Authors: Fawcett, Paul; Marsh, David

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Free Content Depoliticisation: economic crisis and political management
pp. 189-206(18)
Author: Burnham, Peter

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Free Content Rolling back to roll forward: depoliticisation and the extension of government
pp. 225-241(17)
Authors: Foster, Emma Ann; Kerr, Peter; Byrne, Christopher

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Free Content (De)politicisation and the Father's Clause parliamentary debates
pp. 243-258(16)
Authors: Bates, Stephen; Jenkins, Laura; Amery, Fran

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Free Content Politicising UK energy: what 'speaking energy security' can do
pp. 259-274(16)
Author: Kuzemko, Caroline

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Free Content Global norms, local contestation: privatisation and de/politicisation in Berlin
pp. 275-291(17)
Authors: Beveridge, Ross; Naumann, Matthias

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