Hunter Bacot

University of Arkansas at Little Rock
Public Administration

Department of Public Administration
UALR, Ross Hall, 6th Floor, 2801 South University Ave.
Little Rock, AR
USA
72204
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My research includes: civic affairs and municipal government; state and local policy (evaluation & analysis); collaborative community engagement; community capital (social capital) and civic culture in neighborhoods/communities; public opinion and survey research; amd environmental policy.

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Bacot, Hunter. "Civic Culture as a Policy Premise: Appraising Charlotte Civic Culture."Journal of Urban Affairs 30 (4): 389-417. 2008.
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Bacot, Hunter. "Educating the Tar Heel State: Public Education in North Carolina." In The New Politics of the Old North State, eds. Christopher A. Cooper and H. Gibbs Knotts. Chapel Hill, NC: University of North Carolina Press, p. 272-293. 2008.
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Bacot, Hunter, and Cindy O'Dell. "Establishing Indicators to Evaluate Brownfield Redevelopment." Economic Development Quarterly 20 (2): 142-161. 2006.
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Dawes, Roy Dawes and Hunter Bacot. “Understanding Support for the War in Iraq during the Bush Years: Differences in Civilian and Military Opinion,” American Review of Politics,34 (Fall): 47-61. 2013.
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Bacot, Hunter and Christopher Diaz. “Integrating Tobacco Cessation Treatment and Education Programs in Mental Health and Substance Abuse Facilities,” UALR Institute of Government, Technical Report, 2014.
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Bacot, Hunter. “The Little Rock Choice Neighborhood Initiative Program Evaluation: Final Report,” UALR Institute of Government, Technical Report, 2013.
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Diaz, Christopher and Hunter Bacot. “Site Selection Considerations for Urban Research Parks” (with Christopher Diaz), UALR Institute of Government, Technical Report, 2012.
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Bacot, Hunter. “A Decade of Difference in Racial Attitudes in Our Community, 2004-2013” (A Special Tenth Year Anniversary Report: Chancellor Anderson, Racial Attitudes, and a Community Conversation), UALR Institute of Government, Special Report, 2013.

Substantive Focus:
Environmental Policy SECONDARY
Governance
Urban Public Policy PRIMARY

Theoretical Focus:
Policy Process Theory PRIMARY
Agenda-Setting, Adoption, and Implementation
Policy Analysis and Evaluation
Public Opinion SECONDARY

Keywords

CIVICS POLICY ANALYSIS ENVIRONMENT PUBLIC ADMINISTRATION