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PPOL 110
Advanced Methods and Approaches of Policy Analysis
Spring

Introduction to advanced methods and approaches to the analysis of highly complex, uncertain, and conflicting public policy issues, or, as they are commonly known, "wicked policy problems." The methods include narrative policy analysis, discourse analysis, triangulation, Q-methodology, and other qualitative/quantitative approaches. The course is organized around one large case study of a wicked policy problem to which these methods are applied.

Course Credit:
1

Instructor(s):
Staff
Instructor consent required.

Prerequisite:
PPOL 100

Note(s):
Open to undergraduates only.

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Last Updated: 6/23/17