Interest Groups - Study Guide

Interest Groups - Study Guide - Unit 9: Interest Groups -...

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Unit 9: Interest Groups - Study Guide Unit 9 Study Guide Study questions on Interest Groups You should print out a copy of these questions and make notes as you read the chapter.* Bardes Chapter 7: Interest Groups 1. What is an interest group, as defined by political scientists? What are lobbyists? 2. Why are there so many interest groups in American politics? 3. What are material, solidary, and purposive incentives and why are they important to interest groups? 4. How can interest groups be classified? What type is most prolific? Are labor groups growing or declining in numbers? How are labor unions changing as a group? 5. What are single-interest groups? Have they been increasing in numbers? Why is this
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This note was uploaded on 07/05/2009 for the course PS PS 231 taught by Professor Knight during the Spring '09 term at Chadron State College.

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