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Political Science
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WHO GOVERNS Elected and Appointed Officials Voters (Constituents) Special Interest groups Lobbyist Donors Political Parties Media
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WHAT IS GOVERNED Public Policies Health Care Education Taxation Defense / Law enforcement Social Issues ie) Definition of Marriage * *Should Gov. make those types of decisions?
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WHEN AND HOW? Governmental Constitution Presidency Congress Courts Political Parties Non-Governmental Individual Opinion Party alliance Voting Demonstrating
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FOR WHAT OUTCOMES? Civil Liberties Rights awarded or protected Equality Protection of: property, liberties, environment, economic development or stability
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Political Science is…. Politics : Deciding who gets WHAT, WHEN
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Unformatted text preview: and HOW Political Science : The study of WHO GOVERNS, for WHAT ENDS, and by WHAT MEANS. The Polis The Greeks = The Civil Community Organizing for the benefit of the public good. Believed that organized community was essential to being a civilized people. Politics “What we do together to try to make our shared life better, recognizing that sometimes the actual result can be that we make our lives all together worse”-Rev. Roy Herron State Sen.Tennessee Politics “The art of looking for trouble, finding it everywhere, diagnosing it wrongly and applying unsuitable remedies”-Ernest Benn A British publicist Also the definition of: Political Apathy...
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