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Circular Public Policy
The following graphic represents the circular nature of public policy. While the graphic focuses on social policies, the idea of circularity can apply to other kinds of public policy as well.
The image was developed by Kimberly Pendell, Portland State University Librarian for Social Work and Sociology.
Contains free access to case studies, evaluations, white papers, annual reports, issue briefs, and numerous other materials addressing the world's social problems that include aging, crime and safety, government reports, nonprofit and philanthropy, race and ethnicity, and transportation.
Provides indexed access to government grey literature and reports from national and international governmental agencies.