Policy and Crisis #2

2 09 2010

A crisis emerges when existing structural forms and their ways of containing contradictions no longer work as expected, and a crisis becomes acute when crisis tendencies accumulate across structures. Such moments create the space for strategic interventions to significantly redirect the course of events (or to protect the existing “fix”).

Norman Fairclough – Critical Discourse Analysis in Transdisciplinary Research

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