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Exam 2-Study Guide-UA-Spring-2011

Exam 2-Study Guide-UA-Spring-2011 - 2 The role of the...

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1 Study Guide-Exam 2 What are Civil liberties? . What are Civil Rights? How are they different? What part of the Constitution are they based on? The 14 th Amendment Due Process of Law: What is it? What part of the Constitution? The Establishment Clause: The Free Exercise Clause: Freedom of Speech & Symbolic Speech: . Freedom of the Press: The rights of Public school students Freedom of Assembly: What can government agencies do to limit assembly? What are they not allowed to do? The exclusionary rule 5 th Amendment: The Right to Privacy: Jim Crow Laws: Outlawing citizenship for Asians: Plessey v. Ferguson (1896) and Brown v. Board of Education (1954) Do racial classifications always violate the 14 th Amendment? De jure and de facto segregation Affirmative Action: Reverse Discrimination: “Suspect classification” and compelling interest: What are they?
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Unformatted text preview: 2 The role of the Courts and the Justice Department: Miranda v. Arizona (1966). Affirmative Action in college admissions The Civil Rights Act of 1964 The Voting Rights Act of 1965 Public Opinion Political Attitude & Political Ideologies Agents of socialization: Liberals in America (mostly, but not all Democrats) support: Conservatives in America (mostly, but not all Republicans) support: Primary media sources: broadcast, print, the internet, newspapers Government Regulation of Broadcast Media Sources of national news Narrowcasting: The media as reporter Agenda setting: Priming: Framing: Media as a “Watchdog” Negative Aspects of the internet Media Bias Muckraking Yellow Journalism-3...
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