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Nigerian nation-building and public policy implementation: from the perspective of Habermas’ discourse ethics

CC Nweke, CD Nwoye

Abstract


Seeing to the genuine completion of goods according to the set standard and effectuation of good ideas, have always been the problem of humanity in terms of nation building. Recorded failures amidst plethora of theories and practices adduced to remedy the situation are indicative of basic lack. It is lack of application of well thought out principles. It is in the light of this that this paper undertakes to argue that the principles embedded in Habermas’s Discourse Ethics, serve as veritable ideas that can guarantee effective and genuine Nigerian nation-building via public policy implementation.

Keywords: Quality Control, Public Policy Implementation, Nation-Building, Discourse Ethics




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