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The blame game : spin, bureaucracy, and self-preservation in government / Christopher Hood.

par Hood, Christopher.
Materialtype: materialTypeLabelLivreÉditeur : Princeton, N. J. : Princeton University Press, c2011Description : xi, 226 p. : ill. ; 24 cm.ISBN : 9780691129952.Sujet(s) : Government accountability | Blame -- Political aspectsClassification Dewey : 320.01 H776
Contenus :
Credit claiming, blame avoidance, and negativity bias -- Players in the blame game : inside the world of blame avoidance -- Presentational strategies : winning the argument, drawing a line, changing the subject, and keeping a low profile -- Agency strategies : direct or delegate, choose or inherit? -- Policy or operational strategies -- The institutional dynamics of blameworld : a new teflon era? -- Mixing and matching blame-avoidance strategies -- Democracy, good governance, and blame-avoidance -- The last word.
Type de document Site actuel Cote Statut Date de retour prévue
Main / Collection principale 320.01 H776 (Parcourir l'étagère) Disponible

Spring 2012 Selected Accessions List.

Includes bibliographical references (p. [201]-218) and index.

Credit claiming, blame avoidance, and negativity bias -- Players in the blame game : inside the world of blame avoidance -- Presentational strategies : winning the argument, drawing a line, changing the subject, and keeping a low profile -- Agency strategies : direct or delegate, choose or inherit? -- Policy or operational strategies -- The institutional dynamics of blameworld : a new teflon era? -- Mixing and matching blame-avoidance strategies -- Democracy, good governance, and blame-avoidance -- The last word.

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