Marshall, Penelope Margaret
This thesis challenges the constitutive and taken-for-granted assumptions of the current dominant administrative rationalist discourse of wild dog management and control (WMDC) in New South Wales (NSW), Australia. It asks: To what extent can conflicts over WDMC in NSW be understood in terms of contending discourses and what does that imply for policy legitimacy? It isolates the storylines that emerged from substantial empirical research and examines, if and how, these storylines contributed to...[Show more]
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