Kel oleks huvi enda valdkonda (nt policing, organisatsioonid, turvalisus, haridus, jne) vaadata läbi sarnase raamistiku nagu B. Guy Peters siinviidatud artiklis teeb, siis see võiks olla huvitav vaatenurk.

B. Guy Peters (2020) Public Policy Studies: Academic Roots and Practical Significance. AlMuntaqa, Vol. 3, No. 2, pp. 23-34

Artikkel lõpeb järgmise lausega:

As Aaron Wildavsky argued some decades ago, the task of policy analysts, and the discipline of policy studies, is to “speak truth to power”, but power will not necessarily pay attention.

Wildavsky lause meenutas mulle empiiriliselt korduvalt igapäevaelus kinnitust leidnud mõttekäiku Noam Chomskylt:

It is a waste of time to speak truth to power, in the literal sense of these words, and the effort can often be a form of self-indulgence. It is a waste of time, in my view, and a pointless pursuit to speak truth to Henry Kissinger, or to the CEO of AT&T, or to others who exercise power in coercive institutions—for the most part they already know these truths.
If and when people who exercise power in their institutional roles disassociate themselves from their institutional settings and become human beings, moral agents, then they may join everyone else. But in their roles as people who wield power, they are hardly worth addressing. It is a waste of time. It is no more worth speaking truth to power than to the worst tyrants and criminals, who are also human beings, however terrible their actions. To speak truth to power is not a particularly honorable vocation.

Chomsky, N. (2004). Chomsky on miseducation. Rowman & Littlefield. Kindle Edition.