Les politiques publiques face à leurs protestataires.

Abstract : Exploring logics of contentious policies: public policies and their challengers.
The growing number of protest activities centred on policy outcomes has contributed to put the question of evolving relationships between public policies and their challengers back into fashion. This larger phenomenon leads to the following general assumption: some elements of the logics of State restructuring in the European Union can be explained by evolving relationships between public policies and their challengers. Public policy analysis and social movement theory have repeatedly addressed the issue of evolving relationships between public policies and their challengers, yet failing to analyse their structuring effects on the logics of State restructuring. Drawing on a brief review of the literature, as well as on some empirical evidence gathered in own research, this article aims at critically analysing the theoretical and the methodological issues raised by the operationnalisation of this assumption.
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Charlotte Halpern, Claire Dupuy. Les politiques publiques face à leurs protestataires.. Revue Francaise de Science Politique, Fondation Nationale des Sciences Politiques, 2009, 59 (4), pp.701 - 722. ⟨halshs-00412625⟩

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