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The Politics of Scale in PolicyScalecraft and Education Governance$
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Natalie Papanastasiou

Print publication date: 2019

Print ISBN-13: 9781447343851

Published to Policy Press Scholarship Online: January 2020

DOI: 10.1332/policypress/9781447343851.001.0001

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The practice of scalecraft

The practice of scalecraft

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(p.107) 7 The practice of scalecraft
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The Politics of Scale in Policy
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Natalie Papanastasiou

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Policy Press
DOI:10.1332/policypress/9781447343851.003.0007

The book’s final chapter discusses how the lens of scalecraft has helped to generate new readings of policy which take into account the scalar politics of policymaking. The discussion reflects on how scale played out in each of the empirical chapters, and how analysis has shed light on the under-examined relationship between policy, scale, and hegemony. Key features of the practice of scalecraft are also developed, including a description of three scalecraft techniques, and by doing so the book offers scholars of policy a clear framework for integrating a critical approach to scale in their analyses. The chapter also discusses how scalecraft contributes to the wider literatures of policy studies, political geography, and education governance. The book concludes by outlining the potential which lies in future work engaging with conceptualisations of spatial politics that go beyond scale.

Keywords:   scalecraft, scalar politics, scalecraft techniques, hegemony, policy studies, political geography, spatial politics

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