Interest Groups

Some articles on interest groups, groups, group, interest, interests, interest group:

Lobbying In The United States - Lobbying Controversies - Arguments For Lobbying
... Competing factions, or in this case, competing interest groups, square off ... government, but instead of by settling arguments by elections, arguments are settled by powerful interest groups fighting each other, often financially ... And it might appear to members of groups which lost in a lobbying battle that the reason for their loss was that the other side lobbied unfairly using more money ...
Diaspora Politics In The United States - Political Spheres - Host States - Lobbying For Ethnic Interests
... According to Thomas Ambrosio, "like other societal interest groups, ethnic identity groups establish formal organizations devoted to promoting group ... In general, groups who seek to influence government policy on domestic or foreign issues are referred to as lobby groups or 'interest groups' ... Those groups established by ethnic identity groups are referred as to ethnic interest groups ...
LIASA - Structure
... made up of the five elected officials, the chairpersons of the LIASA branches and interest groups, as well as the editors of the magazine and journal ... Interest Groups LIASA has 10 Interest Groups that serve as platforms for membership discussions that cover various areas of interest and specialisation ... Members may choose to belong to two (2) Interest Groups at the time of registration ...
Association For Business Communication - Standing Committees, Ad Hoc Committees and Interest Groups
... The ABC has ad hoc committees for interests that have not yet warranted a standing committee, but may in the future become so ... members pursue a number of professional objectives through voluntary interest groups ... Interest group may be convened by the First Vice President or by members’ current interest groups ...

Famous quotes containing the words groups and/or interest:

    If we can learn ... to look at the ways in which various groups appropriate and use the mass-produced art of our culture ... we may well begin to understand that although the ideological power of contemporary cultural forms is enormous, indeed sometimes even frightening, that power is not yet all-pervasive, totally vigilant, or complete.
    Janice A. Radway (b. 1949)

    Society has really no graver interest than the well-being of the literary class.
    Ralph Waldo Emerson (1803–1882)