Ch12 StudyPlan - Chapter 12 Study Plan In this chapter, we...

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Chapter 12 Study Plan In this chapter, we will: first examine patterns of contemporary political participation, discussing the different forms that participation can take. then review the kinds of access to the political system that groups with different social backgrounds and cultural beliefs fought for and subsequently enjoyed. We will see that such identities do not always provide the basis for shared political activity. then consider the reasons for declining political participation in recent decades. We will see that individual beliefs, such as a sense of efficacy, are important, but that most significant is the failure of our institutions to mobilize people into politics. consider the implications of uneven political participation. As the role of money in politics gives the wealthy a greater say in government, we ask if our institutions do enough to foster participation by all Americans. Organize
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Ch12 StudyPlan - Chapter 12 Study Plan In this chapter, we...

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