Use and Abuse of Social Science: Behavioural Research and Policy Making (Paperback)
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Use and Abuse of Social Science: Behavioural Research and Policy Making (Paperback)

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Paperback 520 Pages / Published: 30/01/1975
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Publisher: Taylor & Francis Inc
ISBN: 9780878555994
Number of pages: 520
Weight: 726 g
Dimensions: 230 x 150 x 28 mm
Edition: 2nd New edition


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"Irving Louis Horowitz has collected and edited a group of essays on social science and public policy. The papers were selected from a 1969 conference at Rutgers University and the result is an excellent overview of problems and prospects for social policy analysis. Unlike most edited collections, the essays are coherent, woven around the same or similar themes and of uniformly high quality. They are not laden with extensive footnoting. Instead, they represent the efforts of thoughtful persons reasoning in public on the import and limits of rationality in public policy. It is an important discussion."

--R.D. Corwin, Contemporary Sociology


"Irving Louis Horowitz has collected and edited a group of essays on social science and public policy. The papers were selected from a 1969 conference at Rutgers University and the result is an excellent overview of problems and prospects for social policy analysis. Unlike most edited collections, the essays are coherent, woven around the same or similar themes and of uniformly high quality. They are not laden with extensive footnoting. Instead, they represent the efforts of thoughtful persons reasoning in public on the import and limits of rationality in public policy. It is an important discussion."

--R.D. Corwin, Contemporary Sociology


-Irving Louis Horowitz has collected and edited a group of essays on social science and public policy. The papers were selected from a 1969 conference at Rutgers University and the result is an excellent overview of problems and prospects for social policy analysis. Unlike most edited collections, the essays are coherent, woven around the same or similar themes and of uniformly high quality. They are not laden with extensive footnoting. Instead, they represent the efforts of thoughtful persons reasoning in public on the import and limits of rationality in public policy. It is an important discussion.-

--R.D. Corwin, Contemporary Sociology

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