Table of Contents
Part I: BECOMING MOTIVATED TO BECOME A POLICY ADVOCATE AND A LEADER.
1. Joining a Tradition of Social Reform.
2. Articulating Four Rationales for Participating in Policy Advocacy.
Part II: SURMOUNTING CYNICISM BY DEVELOPING POLICY-ADVOCACY SKILLS.
3. Obtaining Skills and Competencies for Policy Advocacy.
Part III: NAVIGATING THE ECOLOGY OF POLICY IN THE U.S. AND A GLOBAL WORLD.
4. Understanding the Ecology of Policy in Governmental, Electoral, Community, and Agency Settings.
5. Expanding Policy Advocacy Across National Borders.
Part IV: COMMITTING TO PROBLEMS AND SOLUTIONS THROUGH BUILDING AGENDAS AND ENGAGING IN POLICY ANALYSIS.
6. Committing to an Issue: Building Agendas.
7. Analyzing Problems in the First Step of Policy Analysis.
8. Developing Policy Proposals in Second, Third, and Fourth Steps of Policy Analysis.
9. Presenting and Defending Policy Proposals in the Fifth and Sixth Steps of Policy Analysis.
Part V: ADVOCATING FOR CHANGE.
10. Developing and Using Power in the Policy-Enacting Task.
11. Developing Political Strategy and Putting It Into Action in the Policy-Enacting Task.
12. Engaging in Ballot-Based Policy Advocacy.
Part VI: TROUBLESHOOTING AND ASSESSING POLICIES.
13. Troubleshooting the Implementation of Policies in Task 7.
14. Toward Evidence-Based Policy During Task 8.