Politics of traditional journalism, devices of propaganda, effects of campaign promoting, and media spectacles. The course will discover alternate methods to investigate policy, survey the evolution of every issue, and talk about different policy alternatives. U.S. international coverage since World War II with emphasis on changing American values in overseas coverage, the position of the President, Congress, and the paperwork in coverage making, and a survey of current international coverage issues and problems. Introduction to the Middle East as a area and to problems with political importance to the Middle East and its place on the earth. Topics coated embrace political Islam, regional conflicts and alliances, native leaders, political economy, democracy, and human rights. How agendas come to be set in public policy, theories describing the policy-making course of, forces molding coverage selections and the impression of such selections. Selected international locations examined intensively for example generalizations.
Graduate Scholar, Yaechan Lee, Published With The Korea Economic Institute Of America
Examination of theories of justice proposed by contemporary political philosophers. Analysis of the philosophical foundations of perspectives such as liberalism, libertarianism, communitarianism, socialism, feminism. Literature and analysis on organizational habits and management principle with emphasis on applied elements of managing contemporary public-sector organizations. Distinctions between private and non-private organizations, leadership, productivity, worker motivation, organizational structure, and organizational change. How, why and to what effect governments cope with substantive coverage issues in a different way. Environmental factors, ideologies, cultures, domestic policy making processes, and interest teams.
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