Dual Gov Exam 3

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Top down:

From the government

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Bottom up:

From the grassroots

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What is public policy:

Laws, rules, regulations, ordinances formulated by the government

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Special interest:

Groups that who wish to affect the government

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Who has authority over for:

The state governments

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Libertarians argue for government's role in civil liberties:

False

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Voting:

A formal expression of a citizen's wishes or choice on a proposal or candidate

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Rights:

An entitlement or a justified claim as a member of a society/community

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Liberties:

The agency to resist government interference to citizens entitlement

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Political rights:

An entitled claim to take part in the electoral

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Who has the constitutional responsibility of access:

The government

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Conservatives argue for state governments' role in morality:

True

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Describe Texas political culture:

Limited government and strong local government

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What is Access to polls:

The conditions necessary to exercise voting OR The ability and protections to enjoy suffrage

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Conservatism:

Government out of economy and social issues but state in morality

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Liberalism:

Government in economy and social issues but out of morality

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Libertarians:

Government out of most sector of policy issue

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Populism:

Government as active in most policy areas

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Majoritarian:

Candidate must receive more votes than all opponents combined, 50 + 1

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Plurality:

Candidate just needs to receive most votes to win

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From the historical context of the United States:

It takes citizens to fight for the right of suffrage

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Spin:

Attempt of politicians to manipulate the news stories

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Polling:

Generalized views of a selected and random interviewed population

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Linkage institution:

Provides a connection between ordinary citizens and elected officials

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Ideology:

Principles that lead to policy innovation and their consequences

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Agents:

Factors that teach us principles and attitudes

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Interests:

Something of value people share and affected by government activity

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Public goods:

Goods and services provided by the government

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What is republicanism:

Indirectly rule through representatives

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A poll is:

Where you cast your bullet or vote

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Why can a citizen of 18 years-old vote:

Because they are old enough to go to war

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Experiential Relevance agents:

Family, peers, church

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Emotive agents:

Media, music, art

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Logic and empirical agents:

Academia, schools, thi...

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What did the desegregation policies to the Truman and Johnson administrations do:

Shifted the South to republicans

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Organized electoral organizations that seek to gain office and exercise political power:

Political parties

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How is the electoral college calculated:

The number of representatives plus senators

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Why is voting and access relevant:

Second generation suppression versus electoral safeguarding

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At review:

Evaluation of the outputs and...

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At the agenda setting:

Scheduled discourses on the policy and support is mobilzed

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At the Policy adoption/legitimization:

Compromises with stakeholder...

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At the formulate policy:

The solutions to the issue and options are presented

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What the required conditions for Access:

Accessible location, sufficient education, registraion

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Amendment 15:

To all men regardless of race or...

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Amendment 17:

To the general selection of Senators by the people

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Amendment 19:

To all people regardless of sex

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Amendment 26:

To all adults 18 years and above

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An external provision gives the citizens in a republic the ability to keep checks in government:

Voting

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Liberals want government in solving complex social issues:

True

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