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PPD 227 Lecture Notes - Lecture 1: Plans, Empowered, High-Occupancy Vehicle Lane

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Policy, Planning, and Development
PPD 227
Alan Kreditor
PPD 225 Lecture Notes - Lecture 7: Mass Media
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Agenda Setting Definitions of Agenda: Cobb & Elder Systemic Agenda: -All issue that are commonly perceived by members of the political community as meriting public attention and as involving matters within the legitimat...

Policy, Planning, and Development
PPD 225
Robert Jackman
PPD 245g Lecture 1: Notes - What Is A City?
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What is A City? Urban planning was a response to the issues that emerged as cities grew sanitation, disease, crime. Examples of what makes a city: Public transportation Skyscrapers Grafitti Diversity Public infrastructure ...

Policy, Planning, and Development
PPD 245g
Elizabeth Currid- Halkett
PPD 225 Lecture Notes - Lecture 6: Brinkmanship, Incrementalism
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Game Theory Policy Implications of Game Theory When does credible commitment work? -Sherman in civil war -Secretary Paulson during the 2008 financial crisis Brinkmanship is the possibility but not the certainty of r...

Policy, Planning, and Development
PPD 225
Robert Jackman
PPD 225 Lecture Notes - Lecture 5: General Social Survey, Bowling Alone, Social Capital
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Social Capital Bowling Alone “Social Capital” - features of social organization such as networks, norms, and social trust that facilitate coordination and cooperation for mutual benefit can influence the success or fail...

Policy, Planning, and Development
PPD 225
Robert Jackman
PPD 225 Lecture 4: PPD 225 Notes - Local & Metropolitan Government
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Lecture 4 Local Metropolitan Government Checks and Balances Executive Presidential veto Legislative Veto override (23 majority in House and Senate), Filibuster, Confirmation of appointees Judicial Review The Function of...

Policy, Planning, and Development
PPD 225
Robert Jackman
PPD 225 Lecture 3: PPD 225 Notes - Federalism
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Lecture 3 Federalism The Federalist Papers Hamilton, Jay and Madison Convince the public that the central Federal Government was a good idea Constitution much more centralized than the Articles of Confederation Federalist ...

Policy, Planning, and Development
PPD 225
Robert Jackman
PPD 225 Lecture 2: PPD 225 Notes - Instruments of Public Policy
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Lecture 2 Instruments of Public Policy Review No one org style or system works universally General rules tend not to work JQ Wilsons three general principles are usually required Complications in the Policy Process Intrago...

Policy, Planning, and Development
PPD 225
Robert Jackman
PPD 225 Lecture 1: PPD 225 Notes - Public Organization
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Lecture 1 Public Organization Org Theory and Public Orgs Analysis of the bureaucracy began with org theorists and private orgs engineers, business leaders Adaption of theory between private orgs and public orgs has been m...

Policy, Planning, and Development
PPD 225
Robert Jackman
Policy, Planning, and Development
PPD 225
Jennifer Miller
Policy, Planning, and Development
PPD 225
Jennifer Miller
Policy, Planning, and Development
PPD 225
Jennifer Miller
Policy, Planning, and Development
PPD 225
Jennifer Miller
Policy, Planning, and Development
PPD 225
Jennifer Miller
Policy, Planning, and Development
PPD 225
Jennifer Miller

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