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Chapter 2: Complexity, power and policy
2. Complexity, power and policy Graham Room INTRODUCTION This chapter will pose three questions: how should complexity thinking handle ‘power’; how can this enrich larger debates in political and social science about power; and how, finally, shoul...
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