lecture08 - a Dealing With the Economy b Making Wise...

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Domestic Politics PS 141B; Week 4, Lecture 8; October 24, 2007 Public Opinion Revisited (continued) 1. Macro Politics Revisited A. Ideological Differences Emerge Between the Two Parties: Public Perception 1) Is One Party More Conservative? B. National Shifts in Ideology 1) Where Americans Place Themselves Ideologically C. Shifts in Party Identification 1) Party Identification, 1952-2004 D. Ideology vs. Party Identification 1) Ideology by Party Identification 2) Parties Have Become Ideologically Distinct 3) When Ideology and Partisanship Clash a) Coalition of Extremes (COFEX) (1) Graph: 1990 Budget Agreement E. Ideology and Information 2. Domestic Politics A. Issue Ownership 1) A political party “owns” a set of issues when the public views that party as substantially better qualified to “handle” those issues than the other party. a) Components 2) 3) Which party Owns which Issues?
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Unformatted text preview: a) Dealing With the Economy b) Making Wise Decisions in Iraq c) Dealing with Terrorism at Home d) Protecting the Environment e) Improving the Educational System 3. Issue Evolution A. Rarely Occurs B. Exceptions do Exist 1) Race 2) Abortion 4. Domestic Policies a. Vietnam i. Vietnam 1968 graph ii. Vietnam 1972 graph 5. Race relations Pre 1984 1984 and after Pace of Civil Rights too slow Pace of Civil Rights too fast Marginals Pace of Civil Rights too slow Pace of Civil Rights too fast 6. Abortion http://www.sscnet.ucla.edu/07F/polisci141b-1/abortionNES.htm Abortion personal choice by ideology Abortion personal choice by ideology with trendlines Abortion personal choice by Party ID Abortion personal choice by partyID with trendlines 7. Role of Women Role of women in society by education...
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