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Exam Two Study Guide Disclaimer: This study guide is subject to changes and revisions. Topics: Chapter Five : Political socialization, agents of political socialization, gender gap, public opinion, straw polls, tracking polls, push polls, exit polls, population, random sample, problems with some polls, what makes a poll reliable, be sure you are able to identify a graph if you see one, three policy positions typically taken by conservatives, three policy positions typically taken by liberals. Chapter Six: partisan media, agenda setting, framing, priming Chapter Seven : Political parties, three roles of political parties, why two party dominance in U.S., third parties, “two- party system”, multi-party system, the nomination process: primaries, caucuses, conventions, “the Iowa Caucus”, effects of the Iowa caucus, delegates, open, closed, debates, voter turnout in the U.S., structural reasons for low turnout (things about the electoral system itself), individual level reasons for low turnout.
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