Linking Lasswell's political psychology and the policy sciences
Contrary to apparent differences in timing and style between Harold D. Lasswell's political psychology and the policy sciences approach that he pioneered, the continuity and compatibility between the two are very high. The appropriateness of Lasswell's political psychology framework for addressing the intellectual tasks of the policy sciences is demonstrated by linking the insights of his political psychology to the policy sciences framework, and reviewing the common pragmatist philosophy underlying both his political psychology and the policy sciences.
Volume (Year): 37 (2004)
Issue (Month): 1 (03)
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