GOVT311 Lecture 2 Elections

GOVT311 Lecture 2 Elections - Elections GOVT311 Lecture...

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Elections GOVT311 Lecture Sept. 3
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What is a Democracy?
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What is a Democracy? First Amendment Rights Freedom of Organization Freedom of Press and Speech Choice Fair Elections
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Political Culture: Lending Legitimacy to Our Government Equality vs. Freedom and Individualism Elites have higher support for government (Flanigan and Zingale p. 19). People don’t trust government but they support the institutions. “Pit ambition against ambition” – Madison Federalist #51. A government must meet the expectations of its people.
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Socialization: Transmission of beliefs from one generation to the next. Children develop an attachment to the word “democracy” by the 3 rd grade, but the meaning of the concept develops more slowly. (Flanigan and Zingale p.25). Partisanship is discouraged in classroom, while non-partisan stands are emphasized. Little evidence to suggest teachers can change
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