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SOCW 410 Social Welfare Policy & Services II: Dr. Lee: Think Tanks

This guide helps students in SOCW 410 Social Welfare Policy & Service II complete their Policy Analysis Report. It explains where to find laws, policies, statistics and data from a wide variety of scholarly and government sources, as well as help with cit

Think Tanks & Non-Profits

"Think tanks are research institutes, which aim to influence public policy by developing and advocating policy ideas. Despite being non-(party) political, and usually without taking a corporate view, each think tank is usually associated with a particular ideological bent, and often therefore with a particular position on the political spectrum." ~Think tanks. (2009). In B. Franklin, M. Hogan, & Q. Langley, Key concepts in public relations. London, United Kingdom: Sage UK