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The Art Of Policymaking

Author : George E. Shambaugh IV
ISBN : 9781483385532
Genre : Political Science
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The Art of Policymaking: Tools, Techniques and Processes in the Modern Executive Branch, Second Edition is a practical introduction to the specific tools, techniques, and processes used to create policy in the executive branch of the U.S. government. George E. Shambaugh, IV and Paul Weinstein, Jr. explain how government officials craft policy, manage the policymaking process, and communicate those policies to stakeholders and the public at large. The authors draw on both their academic and government experience to provide real-world advice on writing memos, preparing polling questions, and navigating the clearance process. An abundance of case studies show how actual policies are developed and how and why policies and processes differ across administrations. Practice scenarios allow students to apply the tools and techniques they have learned by working through both domestic and foreign policy situations.

The Cq Press Writing Guide For Public Policy

Author : Andrew Pennock
ISBN : 9781506348773
Genre : Political Science
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The CQ Press Writing Guide for Public Policy is loaded with rich real world examples that help you master the process of translating insightful policy analysis into clear policy recommendations. Known for his conversational writing style, author Andrew Pennock offers step-by-step instructions on how to write for a variety of genres in a style that policy makers expect. Focusing on an audience-centered approach, you will first learn how to create and organize an argument based on the unique needs and expectations of policy makers. The book then moves onto the nuts and bolts of how to write for a policy audience, with special consideration of ethics and working with visual and technical material. Finally, the book provides practical guidance on writing in specific policy genres: policy memos, briefs, Op-Eds, press releases, written testimony, social media, and emails. Key Features: Basic policy writing tasks help you write sentences, paragraphs and sections that make sense to readers (and to professors!). You will also learn how to create professional quality tables and figures that support your argument as well as how to package these components together effectively to communicate with policy makers. Six separate chapters for various public policy genres (issue briefs, legislative histories, decision memos, testimony, op-eds, and new media) provide you with an overview of the genre, several examples, and an analysis of each example. Current examples from across the field of public policy keep you engaged by connecting the concepts to current topics such as public health (the opioid epidemic, Native-American healthcare, lead poisoning), education (early childhood, school governance), criminal justice (sexting laws, ban-the-box), business regulation (AirBnB, renewable energy, drug pricing), security policy (cyber-security, foreign asset control), and social policy (physician assisted suicide).

Money And Banks In The American Political System

Author : Kathryn C. Lavelle
ISBN : 9781107028043
Genre : Business & Economics
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Lavelle argues that the political sources of instability in finance derive from the intersection of market innovation and regulatory arbitrage.

Clashing Views In American Foreign Policy

Author : Andrew Bennett
ISBN : 0073545643
Genre : History
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A debate-style reader provides an introduction to controversial issues in American foreign policy, followed by arguments presenting opposing viewpoints on the topic.

American Government 2004

Author : Larry J. Sabato
ISBN : 0321202228
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O'Connor & Sabato's best-selling American government text with seven chapters on Texas politics and government. Offers a historical perspective of American & Texas government. Brings everything right up to the present with an abundance of current and student-relevant examples. New "Join the Debate" & "On Campus" boxes engage students in the material. New "Analyzing Visuals" boxes help develop visual literacy skills.

Taking Sides

Author : Andrew Bennett
ISBN : 0073043974
Genre : Political Science
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A debate-style reader provides an introduction to controversial issues in American foreign policy, followed by arguments presenting opposing viewpoints of the topic.

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Genre : American literature
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American Book Publishing Record

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ISBN : STANFORD:36105111052911
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Forthcoming Books

Author : R.R. Bowker Company. Department of Bibliography
ISBN : 00158119
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B Rokratie

Author : David Graeber
ISBN : 9783608109443
Genre : Political Science
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David Graeber, der bedeutendste Anthropologe unserer Zeit, entfaltet eine fulminante und längst überfällige Fundamentalkritik der globalen Bürokratie! Er erforscht die Ursprünge unserer Sehnsucht nach Regularien und entlarvt ihre Bedeutung als Mittel zur Ausübung von Gewalt. Wir alle hassen Bürokraten. Wir können es nicht fassen, dass wir einen Großteil unserer Lebenszeit damit verbringen müssen, Formulare auszufüllen. Doch zugleich nährt der Glaube an die Bürokratie unsere Hoffnung auf Effizienz, Transparenz und Gerechtigkeit. Gerade im digitalen Zeitalter wächst die Sehnsucht nach Ordnung und im gleichen Maße nimmt die Macht der Bürokratien über jeden Einzelnen von uns zu. Dabei machen sie unsere Gesellschaften keineswegs transparent und effizient, sondern dienen mittlerweile elitären Gruppeninteressen. Denn Kapitalismus und Bürokratie sind einen verhängnisvollen Pakt eingegangen und könnten die Welt in den Abgrund reißen.

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