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Analysts of policy have hitherto not paid much attention to how policy language acts to build up representations of reality. This paper agues for the usefulness of a discursive approach to policy analysis, and illustrates it in the context of emerging policies for ‘lifelong learning’.

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Lessons from Central America: Action Research in an Adult English as a Foreign Language Program

Analysts of policy have hitherto not paid much attention to how policy language acts to build up representations of reality. This paper agues for the usefulness of a discursive approach to policy analysis, and illustrates it in the context of emerging policies for ‘lifelong learning’.