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Clem Henricson

Print publication date: 2016

Print ISBN-13: 9781447323815

Published to Policy Press Scholarship Online: September 2016

DOI: 10.1332/policypress/9781447323815.001.0001

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Managing morality: a public policy analytical tool

Managing morality: a public policy analytical tool

(p.95) Five Managing morality: a public policy analytical tool
Morality and public policy

Clem Henricson

Policy Press

The pen-ultimate chapter considers the proposition that inter-cultural and generational moral tensions would have an enhanced opportunity for accommodation with the establishment of an official body for the purpose of on-going review of the public policy and morality interface. A range of options concerning the remit, status and modus operandi of such a body are put forward for consideration. There is assessment of the difference between duties and aspiration within morality and the difference between interpersonal/existential relations and socioeconomic relations. Possible pressure point triggers for action and appropriate non legislative powers for the body are also flagged up. In terms of type of body there is an analysis of parliamentary Select Committees, Commissions, and academia and think tanks.

Keywords:   review body, intercultural, moral tensions, accommodation, interpersonal/existential relations, socioeconomic relations, duties, aspirations

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