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POLI 1 Lecture Notes - Lecture 15: Watchdog Journalism, Murphy Brown, Equal Opportunity

I. Questions to ponder A. What does democracy mean to you? 1. Substantive vs procedural 2. Equal accessability to impact in result 3. Equal freedom to influence the system B. Is the media, as it works in the US, a positive...

Political Science
POLI 1
Sara Callow
POLI 1 Lecture Notes - Lecture 11: Stable Distribution, Multimodal Distribution, Bias B

I. Public opinion: some characteristics A. Vary over time (slavery, womens rights, etc.) B. Boundaries (encapsulate issues 3 marriage types in box out childadult etc.) C. Opinions without knowledge (Americans specifically)...

Political Science
POLI 1
Sara Callow
POLI 1 Lecture Notes - Lecture 2: Jus Sanguinis, Jus Soli, Individualism

WHY STUDY GOVT Good govt = difficult choices that affect what matters I. Competing values: freedom, equality, and order A. Individual freedom vs. society order B. Economic equality vs. individual freedom II. All policy iss...

Political Science
POLI 1
Sara Callow
POLI 1 Lecture Notes - Lecture 4: Marble Cake, Layer Cake, Dual Federalism

I. Key Terms A. Federalism: two or more govts that exercise power and authority over the same people and same territory B. Sovereignty: the quality of being supreme in power of authority (U.S. over whole above state) II. T...

Political Science
POLI 1
Sara Callow
POLI 1 Lecture Notes - Lecture 9: Clause Iv, Imperial Presidency, Patient Protection And Affordable Care Act

LECTURE 9 How Democratic is the Presidency? I) Constitutional Basis of Power A) Delegates to the Constitutional Convention were determined not to create an all powerful, dictatorial presidency B) But they left the descript...

Political Science
POLI 1
Sara Callow
POLI 1 Lecture Notes - Lecture 3: First Continental Congress, Articles Of Confederation, Daniel Shays

ESSAY QUESTIONS ON MIDTERM ON review articles of confederation and shays rebellion I. Freedom in Colonial America A. American colonists were British subjects 1. With many freedom II. So why change it? A. TAXES 1. Colonists...

Political Science
POLI 1
Sara Callow

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