CPRL 535 : Public Opinion and Public Policy
How organizations, voters, media and interest groups work to influence public policy, and how the efforts of each affect the others. Government relations at the political and public service level, including lobbying, advocacy, and regulatory issues. Coalition building. Public opinion research methods and theory. Media and democracy.
PrerequisitesCPRL531: Media Context and Applications
|This Course Is Not Offered During Fall 2015 Term|
|Available Section(s) for Winter 2016 Term|
|CPRL 535/751||14128||MON||ARTS 260|
|The tentative timetable is not yet available for the Spring/Summer 2016 Term|
|The tentative timetable is not yet available for the Fall 2016 Term|