California Public Policy and Citizen Participation
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This book and the sister course at Wikiversity teaches you how to get your voice heard in the government systems used in the State of California. It works with case studies which provide working examples in selected fields of advocacy. It will teach practical skills to clean up your neighborhood, get government to respond to the community and create a sustainable future.
The course has a slightly different name: California Government and_Citizen Participation and in case you are printing out the page the URL, in text, is http://en.wikiversity.org/wiki/California_Government_and_Citizen_Participation.
Section I: What's So Special About California? Unique Aspects of Activism in the Golden State[edit | edit source]
Section II: Special topics in California eco-activism[edit | edit source]
Section III: Mass Media, Corporate Concentration and Citizen News media[edit | edit source]
Section IV: Applications to Current Events[edit | edit source]
Section V: Creative Tools for Public Policy[edit | edit source]
Appendix A: The California Public Records Act (Recommended reading: Tobacco war: Inside the California Battles By Stanton A. Glantz, Edith D. Balbach Using selections currently available on Google Books.)