PolSci-PARTIES - PARTIES I. Why Political parties A. Voting...

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PARTIES I. Why Political parties A. Voting cue 1. easy cue for voters B. Organization 1. makes campaigning and organizing gov't easier a. book talks a lot about organization chart C. Ideology 1. draw continuum a. Rational Party Model (245) III. Why 2 political parties A. Single member districts v. plural member dist 1. WTA v. Proportional representation B. Responsible Party theory (262) 1 (Read p. 262) IV. Third Parties A. Splinter parties B. Ideological parties C. Protest parties V. Tasks of parties A. Pick candidates 1. Candidate centered campaigns B. Run campaigns 1. Candidate centered campaigns C. Voting cues D. Articulate polices E. Coordinate policymaking VI. Three views of Parties A. Party in the electorate (245) 1. Party Id a. Party ID is a psych attachment to a party 2. The changing picture of party Id. a. chart (246) b. why does it take so long for party id to change i. generational factors c. socioeconomic factors influence on the party ID (258) B. Party as organization (247)
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This note was uploaded on 02/06/2011 for the course POLSCI 101 taught by Professor Gabrielli during the Spring '09 term at Pierce College.

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PolSci-PARTIES - PARTIES I. Why Political parties A. Voting...

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