A Special Interest Group (SIG) is a community within a larger organization with a
shared interest in advancing a specific area of knowledge, learning or ...
The two principal functions of interest groups are representation and education.
For example, the National Telephone Cooperative Association (NTCA), which ...
11.2 The Functions of Interest Groups. Interest groups indeed mark the extension
of the will of individuals and groups to shape the course of governmental action ...
The Role of an Independent Judiciary. The Powers of the Presidency. The Role
of a Free Media. The Role of Interest Groups. The People's Right. to Know: ...
In the past the dividing line between parties and interest groups was often drawn
by pointing to a difference in functions. Groups were expected to convey to the ...
Oct 9, 2013 ... Although many people think that interest groups are bad for our democracy, they
actually have a very important purpose in our system. If we did ...
Definition of interest group: Non-profit and usually voluntary organization whose
members have a common cause for which they seek to influence public policy, ...
The role of interest groups in American politics is to influence public policy,
especially during times when there is no election going on. These groups are a ...
Political parties and interest groups often run campaigns completely ... as well as
the political and economic realities in which the campaign must function.
Albert L. Ayars. Role of Interest Groups in curriculum planning. MANY groups,
when asked to cooperate with the schools, have tradi tionally been willing to do