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Department
Political Science
Course
POLI 201
Professor
Jay Makarenko
Semester
Fall

Description
11/07/2013 Parties vs. Interest Groups Political Parties Control the government through legitimate means Aggregate interests and achieve compromise Interest Groups Influence the government Articulate specific interests Political Parties Canadian Political Parties Federal Versus Provincial Parties Party Systems: one (Japan), Two (United States) and Multi­Party(Canada) Role of Political Parties Linking State and Civil Society Running government and keeping accountable Training leaders and recruiting candidates Information Heuristic Aggregating interests Categorizing Political Parties 1.Pragmatic (conservative, Liberal) formulate policy to win votes 2.Ideological (Wild rose) having an ideology and staying strictly to that 3.Personal –charismatic leaders that everyone follows 4.Interest­ people with a particular interest decides the best way to raise awareness is to  become a party (green party) 5.Movement­ form from a social movement that aims for a social change (eg. Bloc Québecois) Tripod Model Party in the Electorate (PIE)­anyone who say they side with say the con
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