Political Science Final Set 2
#1. Who actually elects the president of the United States? - The electoral college. Electoral College: the meeting, in each state and the district of Columbia, of electors who cast votes to elect th...
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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 CH 11 Parties
#1. political party - group seeking to elect office holders under a given label #2. interest aggregation - pulling together separate interests into a general party platform #3. mobilization - rousi...
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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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#1. Casework - When an elected representative help people with lost social security check #2. Judicial review - To review any law that pass by Supreme Court #3. Civil cases - One where you sue some...
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Ch. 15 Judiciaries
#1. law - that which must be obeyed under penalties #2. positive law - that which is written by humans and accepted over time- the opposite of natural law #3. plantiff - the person who complains ...
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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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#1. Resistance to the Cconstitution= - No Bill of Rights #2. Who created 12 proposed amendments to present to the U.S. House of Rep.? - James Madison #3. The _______ approves all 12 bill o...
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Ch. 14 Executives and Bureaucracies
#1. state - in Europe, all branches of the national political system; what Americans call "the government." #2. deadlock - in presidential systems, executive and legislative branches blocking ea...
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Final PSC 101 Flash Cards
#1. What does interest group mean? What is pluralism? Pluralist assume? - Organizations that seek to influence gov't decisions. The theory that all groups are well represented an no single interests ...
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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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