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HLTH 8451N Public Policy Analysis: Welcome & Course Readings

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Please find your required library readings below. If you have problems with the links below, please contact the Library. If you have APA questions about these materials, please contact the Writing Center.

HLTH 8451N Course Readings

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Barnes, M. D., Hanson, C. L., Novilla, L. M. B., Meacham A. T., McIntyre E., & Erickson, B. C. (2008). Analysis of media agenda setting during and after Hurricane Katrina: Implications for emergency preparedness, disaster response, and disaster policy. American Journal of Public Health, 98(4), 604–610.

Benn, D. (2009). Ethics, social capital and governance: Implications for public policy. Social and Economic Studies, 58 (1), 141–151.

Bettelheim, A. (2002). Presidential power. CQ Researcher, 12, 945–968.

Blackstone, B. (2013). An analysis of policy-based congressional responses to the U.S. Supreme Court's constitutional decisions. Law & Society Review, 47(1), 199–228.

Carlson, D. (2011). Trends and innovations in public policy analysis. Policy Studies Journal, 39(S1), 13–26.

Caron, D. J., & Giauque, D. (2006). Civil servant identity at the crossroads: New challenges for public administrations. The International Journal of Public Sector Management, 19(6), 543–555.

Chakravartty, P. (2011). Making our media: Global initiatives toward a democratic public sphere. Vol. Two: National and global movements for democratic communication. Canadian Journal of Communication, 36(1), 189–192.

Feldheim, M. A., & Johnson, G. (2004). Normative education: Putting the public servant in public service. Global Virtue Ethics Review, 5(3), 7–29.

Garrett, R. S., Thurber J. A., Fritschler, A. L., & Rosenbloom, D. H. (2006). Assessing the impact of bureaucracy bashing by electoral campaigns. Public Administration Review, 66(2), 228–240.

Greenfield, K. (2012). The stakeholder strategy. Democracy: A Journal of Ideas, (26), 47–59.

Hercheui, M. D. (2010). A study on how public policies affect legitimacy in virtual communities. Journal of Information, Communication & Ethics in Society, 8(1), 7–21.

Jacobson, G. C. (2011). Legislative success and political failure: The public's reaction to Barack Obama's early presidency. Presidential Studies Quarterly, 41(2), 220–243.

Keller, S. A. (2009). Depoliticizing judicial review of agency rulemaking. Washington Law Review, 84(3), 419–489.

Kelly, D. M. (2011). The public policy pedagogy of corporate and alternative news media. Studies in Philosophy and Education, 30(2), 185–198.

Larocca, R. (2011). The bicameral context of presidential agenda setting. Congress & the Presidency, 38(2), 171–194.

Lim, H.-H. (2006). Representative bureaucracy: Rethinking substantive effects and active representation. Public Administration Review, 66(2), 193–204.

Liu, X., Lindquist, E., Vedlitz, A., & Vincent, K. (2010). Understanding local policymaking: Policy elites' perceptions of local agenda setting and alternative policy selection. Policy Studies Journal, 38(1), 69–91.

Marsh, T., Fischer, M., & Montondon, L. (2013). Government’s new normal: A changing role for auditors. The Journal of Government Financial Management, 62(3), 12–17.

Menzel, D. C. (1999). Rediscovering the lost world of public service ethics: Do we need new ethics for public administrators? Public Administration Review, 59(5), 443–447.

Miller, H. T. (2011). Is bureaucracy no longer the technically superior form of organization? Administrative Theory and Praxis, 33(3), 447–452.

Moloney, K. (2007). Comparative bureaucracy: Today as yesterday. Public Administration Review, 67(6), 1083–1086.

Nadeem, M. (2008). Influence of public policy on governance: Is there a role for shareholders as stakeholders? Journal of Global Business Issues, 2(1), 35–39.

Nowlin, M. C. (2011). Theories of the policy process: State of the research and emerging trends. Policy Studies Journal, 39(S1), 41–60.

Steffeck, J. (2010). Public accountability and the public sphere of international governance. Ethics & International Affairs, 24(1), 45–67.

Treanor, W. M. (2005). Judicial review before Marbury. Stanford Law Review, 58(2), 455–562.

Unah, I. (1996). The Supreme Court's institutional stature and role in public policymaking. Policy Studies Journal, 24(4), 679–685.

Weible, C. M., Heikkila, T., deLeon, P., & Sabatier, P. A. (2012). Understanding and influencing the policy process. Policy Sciences, 45(1), 1–21.

Wiist, W. H. (2011). Citizens united, public health, and democracy: The Supreme Court ruling, its implications, and proposed action. American Journal of Public Health, 101(7), 1172–1179.

Woods, N. D. (2009). Promoting participation? An examination of rulemaking notification and access procedures. Public Administration Review, 69(3), 518–530.

Other Readings

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