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Faith in governance? The potential and pitfalls of involving faith groups in urban governance
(Taylor & Francis, 2008)
Local political participation: the impact of rules-in-use
New institutionalist perspectives on urban politics
Neighbourhood governance: Contested rationales within a multi-level setting - a study of Manchester.
(Taylor and Francis, 2010)
'Neighbourhood' is a long standing concept in local governance which was re-energised as part of the post-1997 New Labour policy paradigm. This paper builds on the work of Lowndes and Sullivan which identified four distinct ...
The locality effect: local government and citizen participation
(Institute for Public Policy Research (IPPR), 2002)
Religious involvement and social capital: incompatible, invaluable or irrelevant?
(William Temple Foundation, 2004)
Diagnosing and remedying the failings of official participation schemes: the CLEAR framework
(Cambridge University Press, 2006)