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PS 1100 Second Midterm Review Sheet Spring 2008 In preparing for the second midterm examination (which will be given in class on Thursday, March 13th ), you will want to be familiar with the following material on mass political behavior in the United States. 1. Basic facts about American public opinion, such as how it develops ( e.g ., socialization), differences among different groups, how it affects politics, how elites and the mass differ, etc. 2. The different ways in which Americans can participate in politics and the varying levels at which they do so, paying particular attention to the argument between conservatives and liberals over the importance of non-participation. 3. What political parties are and do, the different facets of parties (in the electorate, as organizations, in government), the history of political parties in the United States, the arguments for and against stronger parties. 4. The different types of campaigns and elections (
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This note was uploaded on 04/17/2008 for the course POL SCI 1100 taught by Professor Overby during the Spring '08 term at Missouri (Mizzou).

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