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Class Notes for PSCI 3362 at University of Texas at Dallas (UT-DALLAS)

UT-DALLASPSCI 3362Bearry BrianSpring

PSCI 3362 Lecture Notes - Lecture 70: Precedent, Channel One News

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19 Apr 2016
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Affect how other lower courts interpret similar cases. Court is bound to these decisions, but they can overturn decisions they have made before. Overtu
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PSCI 3362 Lecture Notes - Lecture 13: Party System, Conservative Democrat

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7 Mar 2016
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There used to be more of an overlap between the paries o. The least conservaive republican is sill more conservaive than the most conservaive democrat.
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PSCI 3362 Lecture Notes - Lecture 94: Borda Count, Approval Voting, Instant-Runoff Voting

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22 Feb 2016
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Elections - how we pick people to represent us, putting them in this office. (authorization) There is no best way to elect a president because each vot
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UT-DALLASPSCI 3362Bearry BrianSpring

PSCI 3362 Lecture Notes - Lecture 8: Spoils System, Strategic Planning, Public Administration

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22 Feb 2016
11
Lewis"s 4 main propositions: politicization is more likely to occur in agencies where there is greater ideological differences o. Expert survey - askin
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UT-DALLASPSCI 3362Brunell ThomasSpring

PSCI 3362 Lecture Notes - Lecture 3: Spoils System, Fire People, Meritocracy

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9 Feb 2016
12
While we focus on the federal in this course, similar principles apply at state level. Created by the chief executive to carry out the laws. Difference
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PSCI 3362 Lecture Notes - Lecture 9: National Voter Registration Act Of 1993, Progressive Era, Proportional Representation

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27 Jan 2017
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Thursday, january 14, 2016 9:53 am: presidential elections. Primary elections/caucuses: picks nominees, this is relatively new, used to be picked direc
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UT-DALLASPSCI 3362Bearry BrianSpring

PSCI 3362 Lecture Notes - Lecture 30: Preston Brooks, Political Machine

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27 Jan 2017
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Ideologues: people who elect them; they are very consistent, strong opinionated. Then there are: non-attitudes, single issue voters, no coherent ideolo
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UT-DALLASPSCI 3362Bearry BrianSpring

PSCI 3362 Lecture Notes - Lecture 24: Cloture, Political Action Committee, Seventeenth Amendment To The United States Constitution

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27 Jan 2017
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Interested in how these laws are being put into place: how they evolve over time, subpoena power. 1/3 of the senate is up for election every 2 years. Y
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UT-DALLASPSCI 3362Brunell ThomasSpring

PSCI 3362 Lecture Notes - Lecture 5: Net Present Value

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22 Feb 2016
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UT-DALLASPSCI 3362Bearry BrianSpring

PSCI 3362 Lecture Notes - Lecture 5: Red Tape, Spoils System

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22 Feb 2016
11
President needs control of these but only at a certain extent, is 100% political or independent: just simply hire people for their knowledge and skills
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UT-DALLASPSCI 3362Bearry BrianSpring

PSCI 3362 Lecture Notes - Lecture 4: Instant-Runoff Voting

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22 Feb 2016
10
Small states matter more in a popular vote because it"s cheaper. Candidates now don"t go to small states because that"s not. Small states matter more i
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UT-DALLASPSCI 3362Brunell ThomasSpring

PSCI 3362 Lecture 1: Election:electoral college

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20 Jan 2016
17
This is relatively new, used to be picked directly by party leaders. Brought by progressive era reforms to take power away from parties. These pick del
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