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The politicization of science: Management Science, 22 2— The normativisation concept is here embodied in the neo-functional perspective, with a view to its relationship with the sociology of science being elaborated more deeply, and new analytical paths provided, in this case in regard to the understanding of science.

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Network governance and post-liberal democracy. Changing forms of governance and the role of law.

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