Fall 2013 not offered
EAST 291, GOVT 291|
|Certificates: Environmental Studies|
This seminar will study a wide variety of advocacy strategies that are working around the world. The first few weeks of the semester will lay the groundwork for the common constraints and opportunities that advocates face in different countries, and the remainder of the semester will be spent exploring a variety of strategies that have been found to work. In class, discussion will focus on what the strategies are, where they are most often used, and the contexts in which they are most popular and effective. Students will also be required to do a participant/observation exercise in which they observe/participate in an organization that utilizes one of the strategies discussed in class.
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Students requesting a POI for this course should send Prof. Haddad (firstname.lastname@example.org) a brief (1-2 paragraph) email outlining (1) Why they want to take this course, and (2) What they bring to the seminar (i.e., Do they have special background that will help contribute to our collective learning environment).
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