MODELS OF PLAN MAKING
The Graduate College of
Polytechnic University of the Philippines (PUP)
ATTY. CYRIL RAMOS
In partial completion of the Requirements in
DEM 739: EDUCATIONAL LEGISLATIONS & POLICY ANALYSIS
JANICE L. LOZADA-HILAO
DEM College student
December 20, 2014
On the level of the individual, we are often confronted with problems and issues every single day. On the basis of each of our analysis of the problems and issues, we make decisions. Yet despite the fact that these decisions are made for the individual level, there are elements from our environment (or those that are external to us as individuals) that affect the way we all decide. A few of these factors would be the values placed by our family and the community, and its composition, the resources readily available, the possible consequences of your actions, and the model that determines and guides the whole process.
From the person level, we now move to contemporary society. A group of people, say a community or maybe a state need to make decisions as well. An analysis of the problem or the concern must be produced and a decision must be found. Most often than not, these decisions become what we know as a insurance plan, which may both be in the proper execution of a statut, a program, a ruling, or a course of action. Each of our appreciation from the whole procedure is mostly impacted by our person circumstances, our environment and the version, which serves as the foundation of the analysis. The last, which is the primary concern of this work, is what most experts refer to while policy producing models.
In general, you will discover four types or classes that require bringing up before proceeding, namely: (1) King and King Makers/Elitist Model; (2) Clusters/Group Style; (3) Logical Model; (4) System Theory; and (5) Institutionalism. These models will be worth talking about because they offer the basic tools needed for the analysis of policy producing. Although...