Gender and the Public Sector: Professionals and Managerial Change

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Contents
Notes on contributorsxi
Acknowledgementsxvi
Introduction1
JIM BARRY,
MIKE DENT AND
MAGGIE O'NEILL
Part I:Contexts and networks3
Part II:Managing professional work4
Part III:Identity and biography7
PART IContexts and networks13
1New Labour, governance and the politics of diversity15
JANET NEWMAN
Understanding governance16
Trajectories of change: bureaucracy and managerialism18
Open system governance: networks and partnership20
Self- and co-governance: the politics of 'citizenship' and 'community'21
Conclusion23
2Gendered states, critical engagements27
TRUDIE HONOUR,
JIM BARRY AND
SNEHA PALNITKAR
Introductory comments: contexts and issues27
Critical acts: political mobilisation30
Critical mass: policy and process34
Concluding thoughts38

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