Critical Policy Analysis Interview with Sue Winton, University at Buffalo

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The intent of this interview includes building a deeper understanding of: 1) nontraditional approaches to policy work, 2) critical policy analysis, and 3) the methodological approaches used to do this work. We do not have a preconceived definition of critical policy analysis as we are attempting to develop one through this project. Moreover, we are casting a rather wide net to ensure that our notions of what counts as critical do not overly limit our work. Essentially, we are talking to people who use non-traditional approaches in their educational research, approaches that have relevance for non-traditional policy work, to help us develop an understanding of what counts as critical policy analysis.

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