By Melina Rocha Lukic, Carla Tomazini
This ebook gathers jointly papers that current learn on public rules in Latin the USA, all of which undertake a cognitive technique. This theoretical framework is predicated at the research of public coverage from a cognitive and normative point of view; extra in particular, in the course of the options of paradigm, body of reference and advocacy coalition. during this feel, the most questions posed listed below are: what paradigms have Latin American public guidelines in recent times? How have the paradigms answered to the industrial and political adjustments that have happened within the sector? How have they replaced over the years? The e-book additionally offers a dialogue of the actors and coalitions taken with Latin American public guidelines. whereas the nation was once the most protagonist of public motion, a couple of different actors, coalitions and associations have emerged lately, changing it in numerous components. who're they and who do they characterize? How do they effect the environment of agendas in Latin American public coverage? What are their options and their roles within the formula and implementation of public regulations? so one can solution most of these questions, the papers provided during this publication mix conceptual dialogue and empirical research of a number of fields of public coverage comparable to society, schooling, land, and indigenous and monetary coverage.
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This requires a new analytical framework that considers the indigenous peoples’ claims and demands relevant. As pointed out by Zapata (2013), if we ask who defines who is different, we will find that there is always a relationship of power that holds the discursive power and, therefore, the monopoly of the definition of what is different. Hence, when we talk about diversity always there is a relationship of power and a sector of the population which is not included” (Zapata 2013, 15). In the case of indigenous policy, it is necessary to highlight the factors that underlie the decision-making and the existence of space to build a new society.
Coord. A. Machado, A. and R. Suárez. Bogotá: Tercer Mundo Editores / CEGA / IICA. Heshusius Rodríguez, K. 2005. Medición del impacto de un programa de reforma agraria en Colombia. Edición electrónica. Documento CEDE. Ibáñez, A. 2010. La concentración de la propiedad rural en Colombia: 2000-2009. Bogotá: Universidad de Los Andes. Jenkins-Smith, H. and Sabatier, S. 1994. Evaluating the advocacy coalition framework. Journal of Public Policy 14: 175í203. Jonquières, Guy de. 1997. Des réformes qui ne sont pas allées assez loin.
However, our understanding of reform results can be informed by the contradictions pointed out in policy design. 82 million loan obtained from the World Bank to finance a pilot project in five municipalities, along with nationally supported local initiatives, led to an increase in the number of land reform beneficiaries in 1996-1997. After that the number of beneficiaries plummeted. From its creation until 2002, the subsidy benefited around 13,000 families (Mondragon 2002). The Land Reform Policy in Colombia 35 operational mechanisms.
Analyzing Public Policies in Latin America: A Cognitive Approach by Melina Rocha Lukic, Carla Tomazini