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“…In the absence of such influence, these actors have to either resort to exercising their influence through other channels or work in a cooperative manner with the agencies. Indeed, there is some evidence for key stakeholder groups working cooperatively with these agencies to advance their objectives (Grogan 1993;Grogan and Patashnik 2003;Pandey 2002;.…”
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“…In the absence of such influence, these actors have to either resort to exercising their influence through other channels or work in a cooperative manner with the agencies. Indeed, there is some evidence for key stakeholder groups working cooperatively with these agencies to advance their objectives (Grogan 1993;Grogan and Patashnik 2003;Pandey 2002;.…”
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“…121 The Proem critique is characteristic of Spenser's method of scrutinising epistemological process, so that habits of seeing and knowing are instead "posed as problems and questions for both reader and protagonist to resolve." 122 The imagery and metaphors of hunting are, as Catherine Bates points out "omnipresent" in the Faerie Queene, but the vexed concern with footing, traces and tracking in the poem signals Spenser's interest in an investigative reader who brings both knowledge and judgement into the evaluation of print. 123 'The Renaissance Footprint' 14/06/2018 32 Spenser's conception of an investigative reader finds its fullest realisation in the Amoretti (1595) where the author instrumentalises a specifically material art of reading the traces.…”
Section: Reading the Materials Trace In Print: Edmund Spenser And The mentioning