PUBPOL 678

PUBPOL 678: Policy Advocacy

Level
Graduate
Term
Winter 2006
Time
1:05-1:05 pm EDT
Credit Hours
3

A course on the strategy and tactics of governmental outsiders who seek to influence public policy. Topics will include: the role of analysis and expertise; testifying; lobbying, framing, venue-switching, polling, grassroots mobilization; obstructionism; and more. Several practicing advocates visit the class and students also take on an advocacy project of their own.