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YouTube, Blogs, Texting, the Web: How Are New Media Changing Politics?

YouTube, Blogs, Texting, the Web: How Are New Media Changing Politics?

Henry E. Brady, Bruce Cain, Geoffrey Nunberg

Event: Cal Day 2009

Date: April 18, 2009 Duration: 64 minutes

How have New Media influenced elections and political governance, and shaped the language of civic engagement? Hear this panel sponsored by the Goldman School's Class of '68 Center on Civility & Democratic Engagement.

2009 Wildavsky Forum Panel Discussion: Changing Inequality: What produces and changes levels of inequality?

2009 Wildavsky Forum Panel Discussion: Changing Inequality: What produces and changes levels of inequality?

Dr. Rebecca M. Blank, Lee Friendman, Mike Hout, Steven Raphael, Robert Reich

Event: 2009 Wildavsky Forum - Dr. Rebecca Blank

Date: March 13, 2009 Duration: 117 minutes

Economic inequality in the United States is large by any measure. In part this reflects the structure of U.S. labor markets, but inequities in individual labor market outcomes are magnified by family formation and by patterns of wealth-holding. Can existing patterns of inequality be altered? This talk will discuss a conceptual framework for thinking about mechanisms to alter inequality, and the evidence to support different approaches.

2009 Wildavsky Forum for Public Policy: Changing Inequality: What produces and changes levels of inequality?

2009 Wildavsky Forum for Public Policy: Changing Inequality: What produces and changes levels of inequality?

Rebecca Blank

Event: 2009 Wildavsky Forum - Dr. Rebecca Blank

Date: March 12, 2009 Duration: 84 minutes

The The New Administration’s First 100 Days: So Much to Do - What to Do First?

The The New Administration’s First 100 Days: So Much to Do - What to Do First?

Henry E. Brady, Daniel M. Kammen, John M. Quigley, Robert B. Reich

Date: December 3, 2008 Duration: 89 minutes

The Richard & Rhoda Goldman School of Public Policy ('GSPP'), founded at the University of California, Berkeley in 1969, is one of the nations first graduate programs of its kind. Today it is ranked among the very top policy programs in the country and is recognized nationally and internationally as a source of incomparably qualified professionals in the field.