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Unformatted text preview: Political institutions Political institutions and inequality and inequality Lecture 6 ISS 215 OUTLI NE OUTLI NE A. WH AT ARE POLI TI CAL I NSTI TUTI ONS? B. COM PONENTS C. EM ERGENCE OF POLI TI CAL I NSTI TUTI ONS D. FUNCTI ONS OF POLI TI CAL I NSTI TUTI ONS E. TH EORETI CAL POLI TI CAL I NSTI TUTI ONS POLI TI CAL I NSTI TUTI ONS A. POLI TI CAL I NSTI TUTI ONS? AN I NTERREL ATED NET WORK OR SYSTEM OF BELI EFS, ACTI VI TI ES, ORGANI ZATI ONS, AND REL ATI ONSH I PS TH AT DI RECTS AND REGUL ATES TH E COLLECTI VE FUNCTI ONI NG OF A SOCI ET Y OR OTH ER ORGANI ZATI ONS EM ERGENCE EM ERGENCE B. EM ERGENCE OF POLI TI CAL I NSTI TUTI ONS 1. POPUL ATI ON GROWTH 2. URBANI ZATI ON 3. CULTURAL H ETEROGENEI T Y 4. I NTENSI VE AGRI CULTURE 5. I NDUSTRI AL DI VI SI ON OF L ABOR 6. DI VERSI T Y, ANONYM I T Y, I NDI VI DUALI SM 7. CULTURAL DEFENSE COM PONENTS AND FUNCTI ONS COM PONENTS AND FUNCTI ONS C. COM PONENTS 1. STATE 2. GOVERNM ENT 3. POLI TI CAL PARTI ES D. FUNCTI ONS 1. EXTERNAL PROTECTI ON 2. I NTERNAL ORDER2....
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