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GOVERNMENT

GOVT-685
Topics in Women and Politics (1-4)

Course Level: Graduate

Topics vary by section, may be repeated for credit with different topic. Topics include reproductive rights, women's health policy, women and campaigns, women in the media, and Title IX. Usually offered every term. Meets with GOVT-485.

GOVT-685
002
GOVERNMENT
SPRING 2015

Course Level: Graduate

Topics in Women and Politics (1-4)

Women in Government Relations

Government relations professionals shape policy and public opinion every day. Learn how women are changing the political landscape through lobbying, grassroots/grasstops advocacy, fundraising, political consulting, and other government relations strategies. Meets with GOVT-485 002.

GOVT-685
001
GOVERNMENT
SPRING 2015

Course Level: Graduate

Topics in Women and Politics (1-4)

Women, Politics and Social Policy

This week-end course covers some of the landmark achievements in American social policy in which women have played a central role as leaders, thinkers, strategists, advocates, and administrators. From the Progressive era to the present, through the courts, Congress, and state legislatures, women have effectively organized and exerted political pressure as insiders and outsiders to win humane social policies beneficial to all families and indispensable to those facing dire circumstances. The course explores social policy as a compelling arena for women's political engagement and offers a range of readings and exercises to illuminate this vital topic. Meets with GOVT-485 001.

GOVT-685
001
GOVERNMENT
FALL 2015

Course Level: Graduate

Topics in Women and Politics (1-4)

Women in Government Relations

Government relations professionals shape policy and public opinion every day. Learn how women are changing the political landscape through lobbying, grassroots/grasstops advocacy, fundraising, political consulting, and other government relations strategies. Meets with GOVT-485 001.