January 15 - Policy 1. 1945 1989 2. Have to be able to...

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22:22:33 Policy Making Method 1. What is the agenda? 2. Alternatives 3. Adoption 4. Implementation a. No full documentation b. Look at the next round of this policy in the legislature c. Read hearing about next bill in the cycle d. Some evaluation studies 5. Evaluation a. Assess the impact of program b. Does it fit its goals? c. What difference did it make d. Almost never achieves goals made in the beginning Choosing a topic 1. Pick something that will give knowledge that will help me in the future Style Sheet 1. Use in text citations correctly – APSA 2. Also reference Lists have to be APSA
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Unformatted text preview: Policy 1. 1945 1989 2. Have to be able to study implementation and impact Paper 1. Use of government documents 2. Use of class models 3. Look at what is happening today that is effecting the world today 4. Find early regulatory policy a. Requirement for latches on refrigerators b. Pick a case and can understand a mush larger matter 5. Look at New York Times indexes legislation or policy of congress 6. Save in multiple pages 7. Must be federal law 8....
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This note was uploaded on 04/29/2008 for the course POL 345 taught by Professor Candyyoung during the Spring '08 term at Truman State.

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