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Framing scales and scaling frames

  title={Framing scales and scaling frames},
  author={Maartje van Lieshout and Art Dewulf and M. N. C. Aarts and Catrien J.A.M. Termeer},
Policy problems are not just out there. Actors highlight different aspects of a situation as problematic and situate the problem on different scales. In this study we will analyse the way actors apply scales in their talk (or texts) to frame the complex decision-making process of the establishment of a so-called `new mixed company? or `mega?farm? in a small town in the Netherlands. According to the proponents, the establishment of the mega farm offers scale benefits related to environmental and… 
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