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A case of productive entanglement? Researching a post compulsory learning network.

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  • Education
  • Sociology
  • Research Methodology
  • Political Science


In this paper I aim to achieve two outcomes. The first is to open up thinking around how, in a context where governments are increasingly exploring and drawing on notions of fluid networks, joined-up government, interagency collaboration and so on, we can develop forms of policy sociology that can capture the complex 'what happened' of policy outcomes. Secondly, I want to briefly share the findings of my own case study research into one such government-instituted network in Victoria, Australia.

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