- Title Pages
- List of figures and tables
- Notes on contributors
- One Examining the idea of ‘subversion’ in public services
- Two Policy, power and the potential for counter-agency
- Three Alliances, contention and oppositional consciousness: can public participation generate subversion?
- Four Subversive spheres: neighbourhoods, citizens and the ‘new governance’
- Five Narrating subversion, assembling citizenship
- Six Subversive subjects and conditional, earned and denied citizenship
- Seven Family intervention projects: sites of subversion and resilience
- Eight Family decision making: new spaces for participation and resistance
- Nine Subversive attachments: gendered, raced and professional realignments in the ‘new’ NHS
- Ten Managerialism subverted? Exploring the activity of youth justice practitioners
- Eleven Awkward customers? Policing in a consumer age
- Twelve ‘Subversion’ and the analysis of public policy
- Subversive citizens
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