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dc.contributor.authorDonovan, C-
dc.contributor.authorLarkin, P-
dc.identifier.citationPolitics, 26(1): 11 - 17, Feb 2006en_US
dc.descriptionCopyright @ 2006 The Authorsen_US
dc.description.abstractWe reflect on the reasons why there is not a greater and more fruitful relationship between those who seek to understand policy and the political process from academia and those with a similar task in ‘practical politics’. We attribute this lack of engagement to three core factors: (1) from without, instrumental government visions of political science perpetuate the view that the discipline exists to serve those with power; (2) from within, scientism and abstraction diminish the discipline's stock of ‘usable’ product for ‘practical politics’; and (3) where relevant research exists, its uptake is hampered by limited communication between these spheres.en_US
dc.titleThe problem of political science and practical politicsen_US
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