Poli Sci Chapter 1,2,3 test
#1. 1. The state legislature without a gubernatorial veto enacts or passes - Statutes. #2. 2. State agencies or departments promulgate - regulations or rules #3. 3. Local representat...
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Political Science Exam 2
#1. A political party can be defined as a combination of people and interests whose primary purpose is to ____. Each major party is ____ organized between state and local party organizations in te...
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State and local government
#1. Comparative method - A learning approach based on studying the differences and similarities among similar units of analysis #2. Sociodemographics - The characteristics of a population EX: size...
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political science exam two
#1. public opinion - the values and attitudes that people have about issues, events, and personalities. #2. political values - the three most fundamental values are equality of opportunity, liberty,...
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Political Science CH. 10 Interest Groups
#1. interest groups - A group of like-minded individuals who organize, fund-raise, and lobby to have an impact on political opinion. #2. pluralistic - the belief that in liberal democracies...
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#1. Sherbert v Verner (1963) - can’t be fired because of your religious belief #2. Engel v Vitale (1962) - ended prayer in school #3. Mapp v Ohio (1961) - exclusion rule. police can't use something...
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Political Science Final Set 4
#1. Bureaucracy? - a group of department, agencies, and other institutions that for the most part are located in the executive branch of gov't and that develop and implement public policy #2. Spoils ...
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political science exam three
#1. standing committees - permanent, public policy #2. select committees - temporary, specific purpose #3. joint committees - both house and senate members #4. conference committees - joint/select...
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POLS EXAM 3
#1. The Key factors in determining the accuracy of an opinion poll are - the size of the sample and whether the sample was selected from the population by a random method. #2. The process by which ...
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Millsap Pols 2312: Ch 8 The Judicial System
#1. Federal courts have been leaders in __________. protecting civil and political liberties establishing traffic violations implementing the death penalty defining terms for the medici...
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MINIMUM BIOLOGICAL NEEDS AS WELL (in the social sciences) the theory that all aspects of a society...Cluster Four: Social, Behavioural and Economic Sciences (SBE). The last ERA round was in 2012. The next...
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We The People: Thomas Patterson- Chapter 17- Quiz Questions
#1. The foundation of U.S. policy toward the Soviet Union after World War II was - Containment. #2. The basis for containment policy was the assumption that - The Soviet Union could be stopped fro...
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We The People: Thomas Patterson- Chapter 16- Quiz Questions
#1. The U.S. social welfare system differs markedly from those of Western European democracies, a situation that is attributable in large part to America's - Cultural emphasis on individualism, a...
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