Exam+Questions+13 - Chapter 13: PUBLIC POLICY 1. It...

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Chapter 13: PUBLIC POLICY 1. It examines the dynamics and forces that create our system of laws and rules. a. political science b. social science c. public policy analysis d. jurisprudence 2. The most widely held model of public policy analysis asserts that there are a. 5 stages. b. eight stages. c. 7 stages. d. twelve stages. 3. The first stage of the public policy process is a. agenda setting b. adoption c. formulation d. regulation 4. Any course of action taken by the government that affects any segment of the public. a. political science b. public policy c. formulation d. rule of law 5. The branch of government "formally" charged with making the laws. a. executive b. bureaucratic c. judicial d. legislative 6. The courts create policy through a. judicial review b. executive order c. legislative debate d. judicial restraint 7. The executive branch makes policy through a. judicial review b. congressional mandate c. executive order d. precedence 8. Public policy is made a. at all levels of government. b. only at the state level. c. only be the legislative branch. d. only at the local level.
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9. It is at this stage that the policy is carried out. a. formulation. b. adoption. c. implementation. d.
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