Comparative analysis of the two paradigms that help us to understand the origin, vision, interests
Make a comparative analysis of the two paradigms that help us to understand the origin, vision, interests, and obstacles in the conception or reform and implementation of a social policy; classical pluralism and neo-institutionalism.
Which of these paradigms do you identify with and why?
Classical pluralism is a theory of politics that emphasizes the role of interest groups in the policy-making process. It argues that society is made up of many different groups, each with its own interests. These groups compete with each other to influence public policy. The group that is most successful in influencing policy is the group that has the most resources, such as money, members, and expertise.