1 Study Guide for Exam 1 (II)

1 Study Guide for Exam 1 (II) - Study Guide for Exam I...

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Study Guide for Exam I – 2320. This study guide is not exhaustive; however, it should be a very good beginning point for you in studying for the exam. Also, this study guide does not cover questions that may come from the reading material. - What are the principles of democracy? - What is ideology? - What do conservatives tend to believe? Liberals? Libertarians? - What are some of the demographic variables that are related to voting participation? - What are some of the explanations for low voter turnout? For instance, what is HAVA? - Which demographic variables are correlated with how one casts his or her vote? - What are some of the proposals for increasing voter turnout? - Who wrote the Federalist Papers? - What were the motives of the Framers in casting the Constitution? For instance, why did the Framers, such as Madison, want to guard against faction? - What is gradual democratization? What were some of the steps of this gradual democratization? - Be able to identify when certain groups were granted suffrage.
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This test prep was uploaded on 04/18/2008 for the course POSI 2310 and 2 taught by Professor Arnold during the Spring '08 term at Texas State.

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