Imagining Regulation Differently : Co-creating for Engagement Hardback
Edited by Morag (Morag McDermont is a Professor of Socio-Legal Studies at the University of Bristol McDermont, Tim (Tim Cole is a Professor of Social History and Director of the Brigstow Institute at the U Cole, Janet (Janet Newman is an Emeritus Professor at The Open University.) Newman, Angela (Angela Piccini is a Reader in Screen Media at the University of Bristol.) Piccini
Part of the Connected Communities series
There is an urgent need to rethink relationships between systems of government and those who are 'governed'.
This book explores ways of rethinking those relationships by bringing communities normally excluded from decision-making to centre stage to experiment with new methods of regulating for engagement. Using original, co-produced research, it innovatively shows how we can better use a 'bottom-up' approach to design regulatory regimes that recognise the capabilities of communities at the margins and powerfully support the knowledge, passions and creativity of citizens.
The authors provide essential guidance for all those working on co-produced research to make impactful change.
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- Pages:268 pages, 1 Tables, black and white; 23 Illustrations, black and white
- Publisher:Policy Press
- Publication Date:29/01/2020