مسائل غامض و تناقضات اجرای خط‌مشی فرهنگی ناحیه‌ای: شیوه‌های حکمرانی، قدرت تصمیم‌گیری، نتیجه خط‌مشی

نوع مقاله: ترجمه

نویسنده

کارشناسی ارشد علوم ارتباطات؛ گرایش تحقیق در ارتباط جمعی، دانشکدۀ ارتباطات دانشگاه صداوسیما

چکیده

طراحی اشتباه خط‌مشی بر خروجی خدمات عمومی و در سطح عملیاتی شرایط ارائۀ خدمات عمومی تأثیرگذار است. چندپارگی مدیریت عمومی که ناشی از اصلاحات حکومتی است به‌عنوان مسئله‌ای برای حکومت‌ها، عرضه‌کنندگان خدمات عمومی و شهروندان در شکست خط‌مشی پدیدار می‌شود. خروجی ضعیف خط‌مشی آموزشی موزه در سطح ناحیه‌ای نقطۀ شروع مطالعۀ تناقضات اجرای خط‌مشی فرهنگی ناحیه‌ای است. این مقاله جعبۀ سیاه اجرای خط‌مشی را گشوده و مغایرت‌های نهایی در خط‌مشی توسعۀ ناحیه‌ای، تضاد انتظارات میان ذی‌نفعان و در کنار آن، تناقضات حکومتی را که منجر به شکاف میان مفاهیم خط‌مشی، برونداد و نتیجه شده است شناسایی کرده است.

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