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Governance Reform Under Real World Conditions: Citizens, Stakeholders, and Voice
Contents ? 12-21-07 
* ?Governance Reform Under Real World Conditions?
SECTION ONE: How do we use political analysis to guide communication strategy in governance reform?
* Sina Odugbemi, ?Public Opinion, the Public Sphere, and Quality of Governance?
* Thomas Jacobson, Temple University: ?Citizen Voice and the Public Sphere: Scoping Communication Challenges?
* J.P. Singh, Georgetown University: ?Dialogues as Communication Strategy in Governance Reform?
* Sumir Lal, ?The Political Economy of Reform: Role of the Internal Journalist.?
SECTION TWO: How do we secure political will?demonstrated by broad leadership support for change? What are the best methods for reaching out to political leaders, policy makers and legislators?
* Matthew Andrews, Harvard Kennedy School of Government: ?Creating Space for Effective Political Engagement in Development?
* Lori Ann Post, Charles Salmon & Amber N.W. Raile, Michigan State University: ?Using Public Will to Secure Political Will.?
* Thomas Webler and Seth Tuler, Antioch University: ?Organizing a Deliberative Participatory Process: What Does the Science Say??
SECTION THREE: How do we gain the support of public sector middle managers who are often the strongest opponents of change, and foster among them a stronger culture of public service?
* Stan Deetz and Lisa Irvin, University of Colorado: ?Governance, Stakeholder Involvement and New Communication Models?
* Peter Malinga, Human Resources and Institutional Capacity Development Agency (HIDA), Government of Rwanda: ?Public Sector Middle Managers ? The Critical Link to Driving Public Sector Reforms?
* J. Kevin Barge, University of Georgia: ?Working Appreciatively to Foster Cultures of Public Service?
SECTION FOUR: How do we build broad coalitions of pro-change influentials? What do we do about powerful vested interests?
* John Forester, Cornell University, ?Participation as Dialogue, Debate, and Negotiation: Entangled Promises and Practices?
* Prof. George Krhoda, University of Nairobi: ?Building Broad Coalitions for Pro-Change Influentials?
* Robert de Quelen, Edelman: ?Building Pro-Change Multi-Sectoral Coalitions to Overcome the Resistance of Powerful Vested Interests?
SECTION FIVE: How do we help reformers transform indifferent, or even hostile, public opinion into support for reform objectives?
* Steve Masty, Adam Smith International: ?Fleas, Arches & Minimizing Risk: Lessons from Delhi Water Reform?
* Karen Johnson-Cartee, University of Alabama: ?Framing of Public Information Campaigns?
* Rey Anthony G. David, Jr., Great Wall Advertising, PR Solutions Management Corporation: ? Transforming Adverse Public Opinion into Support for Reforms?
* Phil Noble, and Phil Noble & Associates, Inc.: ?Six Big Ideas?
SECTION SIX: How do we instigate citizen demand for good governance and accountability in order to sustain governance reform?
* Jim Fishkin, Stanford University: ?Consulting the Public?Thoughtfully?
* David Cohen, Experience Corps: ?The Power of Organized Citizens: Fighting for Public Integrity?
* John Gastil, University of Washington: ?Cultivating Deliberative Development: Public Deliberation As a Means of Improving Local, State, and Federal Governance.?
* David Apter, Yale University: ?Knowledge for Policy Making: Some Questions and Caveats?
* Michele Bruni ?Participation, transparency, and consensus building in support of public sector reform, the case of Nicaragua?
* Tunji Lardner, Georgia judicial sector reform - coming (revision I in hand)
* Tunji Lardner, Slovakia economic reform ? coming (revision I coming) 
* Steve Masty, ?Bulgarian Tax & Communication: Getting it Right (in hand)
* Steve Masty, ?Communication, Coalition-Building and Development: Public Enterprise Reform in West Bengal and Orissa States, India? 
* Jim Fishkin, China ?Tale of Two Cities? 
* Avjeet Singh, ?Political Economy of Reforms in the Urban Water Supply Sector in India: Lessons from the Delhi Water Sector Experience?? (revision in hand) 
* David Prosser, BBC World Service Trust: ??We Didn?t Know People Like Me Could Ask Questions Like This?? A Dialogue in Bangladesh?
* Caby Versoza: ?Implementing the Procurement Law: Can Strategic Communication Help??
* Approaches and Techniques
* The Grounding Path

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Public administration -- Case studies.