SJ - Framework for Analysis

SJ - Framework for Analysis - MarkSprouleJones

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Mark Sproule-Jones  Government at Work: Canadian parliamentary Federalism and its   Public Policy Effects.  P.21-33 (coursepack)           A Framework for Institutional and Policy Analysis A time of turbulence Late 1980s/early 1990s proved to be a time of extraordinary political change –  central eastern Europe, southern Africa, South America Changes marked at constitutional level (reordering powers of rulers, elected or  not) Changes reflected the re-ordering of political ideas, power of ruler and  relationship with the ruled  changes in political ideas are accompanying changes in  constitutions and regimes Results of changes are uncertain, but public policies are the emergent outcomes  of structural conditions in different times and places. Political/social/economic structures provide framework for policies that evolve into  different communities Canada not scot-free Demand for constitutional change for over 60 years Ie. Meech Lake, etc Demand for change not only constitutional Relationships in society and economy undergoing change as well
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Relationships between men/women, born and unborn, people and animals,  human/environment, management/labour, foreign and domestic capital… etc  all being refashioned/ debated/ reconstructed with results on  rules in governing, and public policies that meet diverse  demands  3 basic ingredients that describe the framework we use: Rules Rules are norms of behaviour that people follow, and may operate in any given  context, with overlapping. Court/parliamentary laws, social agreements within family, kin, social networks,  organizations, and other collective groupings. Ex. School classroom  rules include: teacher has authority, good behavior  expected, rules on learning, rules on subject taught = all rules may converge Many rules apply to governments Legal institutions have many rules   anything from selection process to limits on  decision making to rules on change
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