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LPSC 7311: Strategizing Public Policy

Welcome to the course guide for LPSC 7311, Strategizing Public Policy. 

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Welcome to the Library Course Guide for Strategizing Public Policy. This Guide provides resources to help you:

  • Identify public policy organizations and their publications,
  • Find legislative histories, laws, and codified laws,
  • Locate regulations, which are essentially the "laws" made by executive agencies,
  • Find federal and state court cases and related materials, and
  • Track down news sources, data, statistics, and public opinion polls.

 

Background Information on Policy Formation and Evaluation

 

Sage Research Methods        Search Sage for books on policy making and policy/program evaluation.

 

Cover image of Handbook fo Public Policy Evaluation        Sample book available in Sage Research Methods.

Also search NU's Scholar OneSearch for additional e-books and articles on policy making and evaluation. Here are some samples.