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by Susan Maret

eBook Government Secrecy (Research in Social Problems and Public Policy) epub
  • ISBN: 0857243896
  • Author: Susan Maret
  • Genre: Other
  • Subcategory: Social Sciences
  • Language: English
  • Publisher: Emerald Group Publishing (January 27, 2011)
  • Pages: 464 pages
  • ePUB size: 1134 kb
  • FB2 size 1570 kb
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The articles have a clear connection to the series’ main focus, lying at the confluence of social problems and public policy.

Government secrecy is often portrayed as antithetical to transparency¹ as well as an affront to the general right to. .This chapter explores the lessons of the Aral Sea disaster for social learning and for achieving future sustainability in the Aral region.

Government secrecy is often portrayed as antithetical to transparency¹ as well as an affront to the general right to know, citizen participation, administrative oversight, and democracy itself. Furthermore, government secrecy is connected to much broader questions regarding the structure and performance of democratic systems (Galnoor, 1977, p. 278), and in instances, is more dangerous to democracy than the practices. they conceal (Fulbright, 1971).

Introduction: Government secrecy. DOI: 1. 108/S0196-1152(2011)0000019003. Cite this publication. For governments have discovered that secrecy is a source of power and an efficient way of covering up the embarrassments, blunders, follies and crimes of the ruling regime. p. 5). Do you want to read the rest of this article? Request full-text.

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Secrecy by government entities is often decried as excessive or in promotion of poor operation[by whom . Maret (e., Susan (2014).

Secrecy by government entities is often decried as excessive or in promotion of poor operation; excessive revelation of information on individuals can conflict with virtues of privacy and confidentiality. It is often contrasted with social transparency.

Emerald Group Publishing Limited, Bingley, UK (2011)}, author {Emily Keller}, journal {Government Information Quarterly}, year {2013}, volume {30}, pages {119} . Published in Government Information Quarterly 2013.

Emerald Group Publishing Limited, Bingley, UK (2011)}, author {Emily Keller}, journal {Government Information Quarterly}, year {2013}, volume {30}, pages {119} }. Emily Keller.

For Volume 19, RSPPP seeks papers devoted to the problem of government secrecy. Government secrecy (GS) is a significant social, political, and policy issue and often presents as a barrier to civic participation, public right-to-know, historical understanding,.

Посмотреть карточку 5 минут на чтение. The scientific journal is included in the Scopus database.

This volume examines GS in a variety of contexts, including comparative examination of government control of information, new definitions, categories, censorship, ethics, and secrecy's relationship with freedom of information and transparency.

Following the introduction this book is divided into the following six sections: Government.

Government secrecy (GS) is a significant social, political, and policy issue and often presents as a barrier to civic participation, public right-to-know, historical understanding, and institutional accountability. This volume examines GS in a variety of contexts, including comparative examination of government control of information, new definitions, categories, censorship, ethics, and secrecy's relationship with freedom of information and transparency. It investigates GS in terms of its current theoretical descriptions as power over and concealment of information (Bok 1983), a 'tampering of communications' (Friedrich 1972), the 'compulsory withholding of knowledge, reinforced by the prospects of sanctions for disclosure' (Shils), or Georg Simmel's (1906) idea of secrecy creating the 'possibility of a second world'. Following the introduction this book is divided into the following six sections: Government Secrecy: Theoretical Musings; Government Secrecy and the Media; Government Secrecy and Technology; Freedom of Information; Government Secrecy: Current Policy; and Ethics. Articles are sourced from around the world and include some from USA, Mexico, Africa, Israel and Britain.
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