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Groups, interests, and U.S. public policy, William P. Browne

Label
Groups, interests, and U.S. public policy
Title
Groups, interests, and U.S. public policy
Statement of responsibility
William P. Browne
Title variation
Groups, interests, and US public policy
Creator
Subject
Language
eng
Cataloging source
DLC
http://library.link/vocab/creatorDate
1945-
http://library.link/vocab/creatorName
Browne, William Paul
Dewey number
324/.4/0973
Index
index present
LC call number
JK1118
LC item number
.B76 1998
Literary form
non fiction
Nature of contents
  • dictionaries
  • bibliography
http://library.link/vocab/subjectName
  • Lobbying
  • Pressure groups
  • Political planning
  • GRUPOS DE PRESSÃO
  • POLÍTICAS PÚBLICAS
  • Belangengroepen
  • Lobbyisme
  • Overheidsbeleid
  • Lobbying
  • Groupes de pression
  • Politique publique
Label
Groups, interests, and U.S. public policy, William P. Browne
Link
Instantiates
Publication
Bibliography note
Includes bibliographical references (p. 241-268) and index
Contents
  • Social Institutions
  • Governmental Institutions
  • Personality-Based Interests
  • The Problem with Pressure
  • The Meaning of Lobbying
  • The Contact Game
  • Lobbying as Winning Attention
  • Reinforcement: Same Techniques, Different Purpose
  • But Does This Busy Game Fit?
  • Targeting the Public
  • Interest Groups and Public Policy
  • Not Just Mobilizing the Joiners
  • But Isn't the Public a New Target?
  • Public Targets in a Modern Era
  • The Media: Interest Partner or Follower?
  • Does This Really Fit?
  • Targeting Policymakers
  • Institutionalizing the Contact Game
  • Paying for This Colorful History
  • And the Price Goes On
  • Changes in Governing, Changes in Interests
  • What Are Interest Groups?
  • Targeting Other Interests
  • Buying Help
  • Forging Coalitions
  • Other Lobbying of Interests
  • The Resiliency of Interest Politics
  • Getting What Interests Want: The Winners
  • Which Are Those Fortunate Interests?
  • Gatekeeping Politics
  • Good Issues and Compatible Public Institutions
  • What Some Interests Can't Get: The Losers
  • When a Group's Not an Interest Group
  • What Are Some Bad Issues?
  • Institutionalizing All This Stuff, or Not
  • Government's Champions
  • And No Rural Lobby at All
  • Issues That Fit and Those That Don't
  • Revisiting Niches, Networks, Domains, and Other Scary Things
  • Triangles: The Scariest Idea of All
  • But Isn't It All Politics?
  • Why People Join and Stay with Interest Groups
  • The Fit between Joiners and Their Groups
  • Other Interests
  • Business Institutions
Extent
1 online resource (xii, 276 pages)
Form of item
online
Specific material designation
remote
System control number
(OCoLC)989108096
Label
Groups, interests, and U.S. public policy, William P. Browne
Link
Publication
Bibliography note
Includes bibliographical references (p. 241-268) and index
Contents
  • Social Institutions
  • Governmental Institutions
  • Personality-Based Interests
  • The Problem with Pressure
  • The Meaning of Lobbying
  • The Contact Game
  • Lobbying as Winning Attention
  • Reinforcement: Same Techniques, Different Purpose
  • But Does This Busy Game Fit?
  • Targeting the Public
  • Interest Groups and Public Policy
  • Not Just Mobilizing the Joiners
  • But Isn't the Public a New Target?
  • Public Targets in a Modern Era
  • The Media: Interest Partner or Follower?
  • Does This Really Fit?
  • Targeting Policymakers
  • Institutionalizing the Contact Game
  • Paying for This Colorful History
  • And the Price Goes On
  • Changes in Governing, Changes in Interests
  • What Are Interest Groups?
  • Targeting Other Interests
  • Buying Help
  • Forging Coalitions
  • Other Lobbying of Interests
  • The Resiliency of Interest Politics
  • Getting What Interests Want: The Winners
  • Which Are Those Fortunate Interests?
  • Gatekeeping Politics
  • Good Issues and Compatible Public Institutions
  • What Some Interests Can't Get: The Losers
  • When a Group's Not an Interest Group
  • What Are Some Bad Issues?
  • Institutionalizing All This Stuff, or Not
  • Government's Champions
  • And No Rural Lobby at All
  • Issues That Fit and Those That Don't
  • Revisiting Niches, Networks, Domains, and Other Scary Things
  • Triangles: The Scariest Idea of All
  • But Isn't It All Politics?
  • Why People Join and Stay with Interest Groups
  • The Fit between Joiners and Their Groups
  • Other Interests
  • Business Institutions
Extent
1 online resource (xii, 276 pages)
Form of item
online
Specific material designation
remote
System control number
(OCoLC)989108096

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