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Unformatted text preview: Jump to Navigation Frame Your location: Assessments › View All Submissions › View Attempt View Attempt 1 of 2 Title: IRAT 9 Started: April 4, 2010 4:20 PM Submitted: April 4, 2010 4:30 PM Time spent: 00:09:25 Total score: 19/20 = 95% Total score adjusted by 0.0 Maximum possible score: 20 1. Substantive representation refers to ________, while descriptive representation is based on ________. Stu den t Res pon se Val ue Cor rect Ans wer Fee dba ck 1. repr ese ntin g con stitu ents 2. Which of the following is not a party position in the House? Stu den t Res pon se Val ue Cor rect Ans wer Fee dba ck 1. com mitt ee chai r 100 % 3. In what ways can Congress engage in oversight of the bureaucracy? Stu dent Res pon se Valu e Corr ect Ans wer Fee dba ck A. holdi ng hear ings 4. When legislators act as though they have an electoral mandate on salient issues but otherwise look after broader interests on complex issues, it is known as the ________ model of representation. Stu den t Res pon se Val ue Cor rect Ans wer Fee dba ck 1. politi cal 5. Which of the following provides the most negative views of Congress? Stu den t Res pon se Val ue Cor rect Ans wer Fee dba ck 1. tele visio n net wor k new s 6. In recent years, public approval of Congress tends to fall in which of the following ranges? Stu den t Res pon se Val ue Cor rect Ans wer Fee dba ck 1. 10 to 29 perc ent 100 7. The distributive theory of legislative organization argues that: Stu den t Res pon se Val ue Cor rect Ans wer Fee dba ck 1. legis lativ e lead ers give out polic 8. The process by which bills are rewritten and amended in a committee is known as: Stu den t Res pon se Val ue Cor rect Ans wer Fee dba ck 1. a conf eren ce com mitt ee 9. Since the 1970s, party unity in the legislature has: Stu den t Res pon se Val ue Cor rect Ans wer Fee dba ck 1. decr eas ed 10. According to the textbook, the behavior of legislators is understood by examining: Stu dent Res pon se Valu e Corr ect Ans wer Fee dba ck A. their desir e to resp ond to cons titue 11. What is the difference between a veto and a pocket veto? Stu den t Res pon se Val ue Cor rect Ans wer Fee dba ck 1. One can be over turn ed by a maj 12. When a bill comes to the floor of the House under ________, it means that it cannot be amended. Stu den t Res pon se Val ue Cor rect Ans wer Fee dba ck 1. a una nim ous con sent agre 13. Which of the following criteria would be an example of gerrymandering? Stu den t Res pon se Val ue Cor rect Ans wer Fee dba ck 1. ens urin g that all part s of a 14....
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This note was uploaded on 05/03/2011 for the course POLS 155 taught by Professor Scarpelli during the Fall '07 term at CSU Chico.

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