ANNOTATED BIBLIOGRAPHY: ANU (2008) Indigenous Community Governance Project

An annotated bibliography of key literature on governance, with a particular focus on Indigenous Community Governance up to 2008. Also a format our bibliography can aspire to! (Recommended by Trevor) (new)

Addelson (1994) ‘The knowers and the known’ in Moral Passages: Toward a Collectivist Moral Theory, New York: Routledge

This is a chapter out of Moral Passages by Kathryn Pyne Addelson. It is about the collective action approach, but importantly for the governance group, this is about how researchers as privileged cognitive authorities in our society can do responsible work. It is also important because, as Addelson points out, we are agents of governance (because of our ‘double participation’) whether we like it or not. I think it is therefore of use to the group. (Recommended by Matt)

Brocklesby, John, and Stephen Cummings. “Foucault plays Habermas: an alternative philosophical underpinning for critical systems thinking.” Journal of the Operational Research Society (1996): 741-754. (Recommended by Allan) 

Bevir, Mark (2010) Rethinking governmentality: Towards genealogies of governance inEuropean Journal of Social Theory 13(4): 423-441  (Recommended by Elspeth as an introduction to genealogies)

Dale (2013) Governance Systems Analysis (GSA): A Framework for Reforming Governance Systems in Journal of Public Administration and Governance, 3(3): 162-182

Dale, Allan (2013) Governance Challenges for Northern Australia, The Cairns Insitute: James Cook University

Dale et al.(2014) Catchment-Scale Governance in Northern Australia: A Preliminary Evaluation in Journal of Economic and Social Policy 16(1): 1-27

Gane, N. (2013). The emergence of neoliberalism: Thinking through and beyond Michel Foucault’s lectures on biopolitics. Theory, Culture & Society, 26  (Recommended by Jim)

Ezzamel and Reed (2004) ‘Why this special issue on governance in transition?’ in Human Relations 61: 595 (Recommended by Helen) 

Harvey, D. (2005). A brief history of neoliberalism: Oxford University Press. (Recommended by Jim)

Howitt, R. et al. (2013) Intercultural capacity deficits: Contested geographies of coexistence in natural resource management. Asia Pacific Viewpoint54(2), 126-140. (Recommended by Beau) (new)

Colander and Kupers (2014) Complexity and the Art of Public Policy: Solving Society’s Problems from the Bottom Up, Princeton University Press (Recommended by Helen)  (new)

Larner, W. (2000). Neo-liberalism: Policy, ideology, governmentality. Studies in political economy, 63. (Recommended by Jim)

Meeting the Challenges of Multicultural Service Delivery (Recommended by Mike) (new)

Martin, D.F. (2005) ‘Rethinking Aboriginal community governance: Challenges for sustainable engagement’, in Community and Local Governance in Australia, P. Smyth et al. (eds), University of New South Wales Press, Sydney, pp. 108–27 (Recommended by Jim)

Metcalfe and Dambacher et al. 2013. Identifying key dynamics and ideal governance structures for successful ecological management. Environmental Science and Policy, 37 . pp. 34-49. (Recommended by Tom)

Prasad (2009) Contesting Hegemony through Genealogy: Foucault and cross cultural management research in International Journal of Cross Cultural Management  9(3): 359-369 (Recommended by Elspeth as an introduction to genealogies)

Peck, J. (2010). Constructions of neoliberal reason: Oxford University Press. (Recommended by Jim)

Sen and Nielsen (1996) Fisheries comanagement: a comparative analysis in Marine Policy20(5): 405-418 (Recommended by Tom: explores co-management typologies based on the Arnstein ladder of public participation

Tsey et al (2012) Improving Indigenous Community Governance (Recommended by Jim) (new)

Journal of Rural Studies (Recommended by Katie: search for – hybridisation, hybridity, neoliberalism, co-management, co-production and collaboration)

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