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260_7__LEADER_AND_GROUP_MODEL_ - 3.0 Decision Making and...

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3.0. Decision Making and Global Politics Learning objectives: Familiar with the subject matter of decision- making Understand the context in which foreign policy decisions are made Apply the leader model and the group model
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3.0. Decision Making and Global Politics 3.1. The Models of Decision Making 3.2. Applying the Models
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3.0. Decision Making and Global Politics Decision Making and Foreign Policy Analysis The Decision Making Context Study Tip: Remember the various levels of inputs into foreign policy decision-making, and be prepared to discuss a decision using these inputs as an analytical tool.
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3.1. The Models The Leader Model The Group Model The Rational Actor Model The Bureaucratic Politics Model
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The Leader Model The Primacy of Leaders The Role and Influence of Leaders
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The Leader Model The Role and Influence of Leaders: Decisions reflect belief systems and values Decisions reflect perceptions Decisions reflect life experiences Decisions reflect cognitive abilities
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The Leader Model The Primacy of Leaders Influences of Leaders Limits on the Leader Model
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