1. What is policy formulation and how does it differ from agenda setting?
Policy formulation refers only to the crafting of alternatives or options for dealing with a
problem. Much policy formulation occurs in the context of the administrat
Agenda Setting Portfolio
Public policy is the thing that the government decide to do or not in order to create a
solution for a social issue. the government will not to solve a problem by creating a public policy
Public Policy Agenda
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The basic definition of public policy is what a government decides to do or not to
do. In order to create a public policy there must be an issue that is pressing to a society.
This syllabus is to be used as a guideline only. The information provided is a summary of topics to be covered in the class.
Information contained in this document such as assignments, grading scales, due dates, office hours, required books a
What is Policy Evaluation? How does it differ from the other policy
stages? Why is Policy Evaluation a necessary step in the policy process?
What are the kinds of Evaluations undertaken and how do they differ?
Distinguish between Primary, Secondary, and T
1. What is agenda setting?
2. How does agenda setting occur from public problems?
3. Why may public problems not get the attention of government?
Because of personal interests. The majority of elected officials will