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UDUAPP225David CarterSpring

UAPP225 Chapter Notes - Chapter 5: Behaviorism

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Official actors and their roles in public policy. Institutionalism: the study of politics and policy based on the interaction of formal institutions in
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UAPP225 Chapter Notes - Chapter 11: Congressional Budget Office, Critical Role, Antonin Scalia

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UAPP225 Chapter Notes - Chapter 7: Mass Mobilization, Environmental Policy, Social Movement

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Unofficial actors and their roles in public policy. Unofficial actors are unofficial because their participation in policy making is not fully specifie
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UDUAPP225David CarterSpring

UAPP225 Chapter Notes - Chapter 3: Clayton Antitrust Act, Sherman Antitrust Act, Federal Reserve System

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UAPP225 Chapter Notes - Chapter 7 : Party System, Capitalism, Precinct Captain

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Most people have negative views of the parties. Just like our founders were distrustful of political parties they are not mentioned in our constitution
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UDUAPP225David CarterSpring

UAPP225 Chapter Notes - Chapter 8: Nonpartisanism, Online Advertising, Political Action Committee

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High-visibility campaigns are expensive to run, but not all elections. Americans disapprove of spending large sums of money and distrust campaigners (a
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UDUAPP225David CarterSpring

UAPP225 Chapter Notes - Chapter 13: Federal Emergency Management Agency, Job Performance, Civil Service Retirement System

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Fema lived up to policy, but not performance expectations. Any large, complex organization in which employees have specific job responsibilities and wo
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UDUAPP225David CarterSpring

UAPP225 Chapter Notes - Chapter 9: Advocacy Group, Shakers, Bass Anglers Sportsman Society

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Lobbyists are hired by many institutions to represent their interests and seek benefits can be large corporation or universities. Billions of dollars a
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UDUAPP225David CarterSpring

UAPP225 Chapter Notes - Chapter 14: Bench Trial, Appellate Jurisdiction, Nonpartisanism

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We have a lot of faith in the legal system so much authority and political power. Once a court has spoken, their decision is immediately implemented. Y
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UDUAPP225David CarterSpring

UAPP225 Chapter Notes - Chapter 6: Pocket Veto, Hierarchical Organization

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President has some advantages in policy making when compared with legislature. Veto which can be overridden , 67 senate or 290 house votes to override
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UAPP225 Chapter Notes - Chapter 12: Emancipation Proclamation, Imperial Presidency, North American Free Trade Agreement

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If things go well it"s because of the president and if things go badly it"s because of the president. View of the president as a savior. The public bel
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UDUAPP225David CarterSpring

UAPP225 Chapter Notes - Chapter 10: Joseph Pulitzer, Yellow Journalism, Media Manipulation

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The mass media are capable of dominating and shaping the public"s thinking about the world, especially the world of politics. We believe others fall vi
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