Handbook of Teaching Public Policy

Handbook of Teaching Public Policy

 
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ISBN13:9781800378100
ISBN10:1800378106
Binding:Hardback
No. of pages:564 pages
Size:244x169 mm
Weight:1100 g
Language:English
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Pragmatic, progressive and global in its approach, this Handbook centres around the key question: How can we teach public policy? Presenting a wide variety of theoretical and methodological perspectives, it expertly examines current approaches to teaching public policy and critically reflects on potential future developments in the field.

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Pragmatic, progressive and global in its approach, this Handbook centres around the key question: how can we teach public policy? Presenting a wide variety of theoretical and methodological perspectives, it expertly examines current approaches to teaching public policy and critically reflects on potential future developments in the field.



Bringing together contributions from over sixty leading public policy scholars, chapters examine the many different orientations to teaching and learning public policy, spanning traditional, current and emerging approaches. Employing a multi-jurisdictional approach, contributors discuss key theories surrounding the policy process, analyse diverse teaching strategies, and investigate the different publics engaged in learning about public policy. Through detailed case studies, the Handbook also explores the differences in international public policy programmes, and suggests possible explanations for the plurality in content.



This forward-thinking Handbook will be an essential resource for educators in the field of public policy looking to enhance their teaching practices as well as those interested in the latest developments within the discipline. Offering a comprehensive overview of modern public policy pedagogy, it will also be of interest to academics and students.



?By the time we start teaching, most of us have already settled on one or two schools of policy research as our preferred framework. This marvelous collection opens the mind to the full range of approaches and provides a wealth of practical teaching exercises and resources.?

Table of Contents:
Contents:

1 Introduction to the Handbook of Teaching Public Policy 1
Emily St.Denny and Philippe Zittoun

PART I APPROACHES TO TEACHING PUBLIC POLICY
2 Teaching public policy through the history of discipline, theories, and concepts 17
B. Guy Peters and Philippe Zittoun
3 Teaching public policy with cases 35
R. Kent Weaver
4 Teaching public policy by interactive pedagogy 48
Bruno Dente and Giancarlo Vecchi
5 Teaching public policy to mid-career MPA students: recalibrating the
online balance 64
Evert Lindquist

PART II TEACHING PUBLIC POLICY THEORIES
6 Theories of the policy process: Ways to think about them and strategies
for teaching with them 76
Christopher M. Weible and David P. Carter
7 Pedagogical approaches in teaching the multiple streams framework 92
Nikolaos Zahariadis, Evangelia Petridou and Annemieke van den Dool
8 Teaching an historical institutionalist approach to public policy 106
Grace Skogstad
9 Teaching punctuated equilibrium theory 120
JoBeth S. Shafran
10 Teaching pragmatist and constructivist approaches to the policy process 140
Patrick Hassenteufel and Philippe Zittoun
11 Street-level bureaucracy: teaching policy (theory) in practice 155
Vincent Dubois and Gabriela Lotta

PART III TEACHING METHODS AND METHODOLOGY FOR
POLICY RESEARCH
12 Teaching quantitative methods to students of public policy 168
Matthew C. Nowlin and Wesley Wehde
13 Teaching qualitative methods in times of global pandemics and beyond 181
Anna Durnová, Eva Hejzlarová, and Magdalena Mouralová
14 Teaching comparative public policy methods 201
Isabelle Engeli and Christine Rothmayr Allison
15 Teaching Qualitative Comparative Analysis 217
Markus B. Siewert
16 Teaching process tracing methods in public policy 232
Derek Beach
17 Teaching qualitative interviewing for policy process studies 247
Sébastien Chailleux and Philippe Zittoun

PART IV TEACHING ANALYTICAL TOOLS FOR PUBLIC POLICY
18 ?Learning how to learn?: Teaching policy analysis from the perspective
of the ?new policy sciences? 263
Emily St.Denny and Paul Cairney
19 Teaching policy design: themes, topics and techniques 278
Caner Bakir, Azad Singh Bali, Michael Howlett, Jenny M. Lewis and Scott Schmidt
20 Teaching discourse and dramaturgy 293
Maarten A. Hajer
21 Teaching ?evidence-based? policy: reflections from practice 307
Katherine Smith
22 Teaching introductory policy evaluation: a philosophical and
pedagogical dialogue across paradigms 324
Jill Anne Chouinard and James McDavid

PART V TEACHING PUBLIC POLICY BY AUDIENCE
23 Teaching public policy to undergraduate and graduate students 342
Raúl Pacheco-Vega
24 Teaching public policy in doctoral programs 361
Claudio M. Radaelli
25 Challenges of teaching public policy to practitioners: a case for andragogy 377
Jean-François Savard and Isabelle Caron
26 Teaching public policy to the public 391
Jale Tosun

PART VI TEACHING PUBLIC POLICY BY CONTINENT:
CURRICULUM, TRAINING AND RESEARCH
27 Teaching public policy in Africa: comparing Cameroon and Kenya 406
R. Mireille Manga Edimo and Joseph Okeyo Obosi
28 Teaching public policy in Asia: is a unique identity emerging? 421
Sreeja Nair, Ola G. El-Taliawi, and Zeger van der Wal
29 Teaching public policy in Europe 433
Nils C. Bandelow, Johanna Hornung, and Ilana Schröder
30 Teaching public policy in Latin America 453
Osmany Porto de Oliveira, Cecilia Osorio Gonnet, Raúl Pacheco-Vega, and
Norma Mu?oz del Campo
31 Teaching public policy in North America: adapting to uncertain times 475
Rachel Laforest and Steven Rathgeb Smith
32 Internationalising public policy teaching 491
Marleen Brans

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