Who Gets What - Who Gets What, When, and How? Interest...

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Who Gets What, When, and How? Interest Articulation Expressing needs and demands to the government Interest Groups Citizens organized to ensure that the state follow policies they support Anomic interest group- act spontaneously with clear notions of what they are trying to get. Ex: They don’t like something, but not sure what they are asking for instead. Not usually as effective because it is not organized Non-associational interest group- Group of people who are not connected, but have a common interest. Associational interest group- Group of people who are connected and have a common interest. Ex: Virginia 21- group of college students who lobby for certain goals Institutional interest group- an institution that has certain goals. Ex: The Pentagon. Group Memberships 1/5 of the US population is in a interest group However, in other countries it’s even less, such as Russia, China, Japan Success in Competition Competition is always present in any democratic system
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