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Addressing Network Governance through the Concepts of Governmentality and Normalization

Peter Triantafillou
Administrative Theory & Praxis
Vol. 26, No. 4 (Dec., 2004), pp. 489-508
Published by: Taylor & Francis, Ltd.
Stable URL: http://www.jstor.org/stable/25610697
Page Count: 20
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Addressing Network Governance through the Concepts of Governmentality and Normalization
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Abstract

This paper explores how network governance may be addressed through the notions of governmentality and normalization. I suggest that it is fruitful to address network governance as a specific form of rule that governs at a distance through norms of agency, efficiency and accountability. Such an analysis could illuminate the ways in which network governance hinges upon and reshapes particular constellations of power-freedom relations. In particular, it could expose possible normalizing effects of network governance, i.e. how certain norms come to form the common ground for the scheming, exercise and often even the contestation of governmental practices.

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