‘Opening up’ policy to reflexive appraisal: a role for Q Methodology? A case study of fire management in Cape York, Australia
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KeywordsQ Methodology; Fire; Cape York; Discourse; Reflexivity; Opening up; Policy appraisal; Aboriginal land management; Australia;
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