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Exam 1 Review - Exam review 1 50 pts First half is short...

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Exam review 1 50 pts First half is short answer and identification (answer 5 of 9 questions) LOOK AT QUIZZES Matching (10 questions) Second half of exam 50 pts Multiple choice (25 questions) Chapter 1 Hobbes and Locke Compare and contrast Social contract theory what is it what does it mean? Who was most influential in writing the declaration of independence? John Locke The political landscape -Government –types and functions Political culture socialization and ideology Types of government Monarchy, aristocracy, totalirianism, oligarchy, polity, democracy…give examples of each Federal systems vs confedetations vs unitary systems… examples of these etc. The british stystem vs the Mexican system etc. Do not memorize the table of government types we did in class What is democracy? Levels, types, and definition What is not a democracy? What is a confederation and a unitary system? Democracy with adjectives. Are there different types of democracy? Diminished subtypes. Be familiar with aristotles classifications of democracies. Direct and Indirect Democracy Republic vs. democracy p.10 Distinguish between political culture and political socialization, political ideology, and
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