Advocacy coalition framework: With Sabatier in the labirent of public-policy making


Polirical science


The Advocacy Coalition framework by Paul A. Sabatier has generated considerable interest among scholars as it includes a great attention to policy Sub-system, Stakeholders and people who share policy beliefs in policy implementation and  change this article concerns some key aspect of this approach.


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