Models of local governance : public opinion and political theory in Britain

William L. Miller, Malcolm Dickson and Gerry Stoker

From 1979 to 1997 Britain was a laboratory for experiments in local governance as the control and delivery of local services was switched from elected councils to appointed boards (quangos), private companies or self management. This book is about four models of local governance: the traditional "localist" model, the New Right's "individual" model, the New Left's "mobilization" model, and government's own "centralist" model. It tests them against public opinion as expressed in 2203 interviews with ordinary citizens, 788 with councillors, and 902 with members of appointed boards.

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  • List of Figures Acknowledgements Introduction and Overview From Local Government to Local Governance A Multi-level Survey The Limits of Local Identity The Role of Local Governance The Image of Traditional Local Government Institutional Preferences Governing Perspectives Testing Models Against Public Opinion Public Support for Local Democracy Index

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書名 Models of local governance : public opinion and political theory in Britain
著作者等 Miller, William Lockley
Stoker, Gerry
Miller William L.
Dickson Malcolm
出版元 Palgrave
刊行年月 2000
ページ数 ix, 270 p.
大きさ 23 cm
ISBN 0333790057
NCID BA50014634
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言語 英語
出版国 イギリス
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