Narrating Policy: Exploring Narrative in Policy and Policy Analysis
- Date: Monday 16 January 2017
- Location: Social Sciences Building
- Cost: Free
This one day symposium on Monday 16th January 2017 aims to act as an important catalyst to develop new interdisciplinary work and collaboration around the relationship between narrative and policy.
We invite papers which might relate, but not limited to, the broad the following themes and ideas:
- The ways in which particular legislation or policies are narrated and the consequences this has
- Narrative in the 'policy process', whether they be through interactions of policy practitioners, media or other collective and individual bodies
- The use of narrative evidence in the construction of policies
- The political nature of narration
- Narrative methods and analysis for researching policy
150 word abstracts should be sent to James Beresford and Ashley Bullard at
firstname.lastname@example.org by 25th November.
Presentations can either be ‘short’, ‘medium’ or ‘long’ (10, 15 or 30 minutes) in length. Please indicate the preferred length of the paper along with the submission, as well as the names of all presenting.
Social Sciences Building, Rooms 12.21 and 12.25