Midterm 1 Study Guide - GPOSC 225 Fall 2008 Midterm#1 Study...

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GPOSC 225, Fall 2008 Midterm #1 Study Guide Dr. Ferraiolo The purpose of this study guide is to provide a list of important readings, topics, and terms that will help you prepare for the first midterm exam, which will take place Thursday, September 25, 2008. This list is not necessarily exhaustive (i.e., there may be questions on the exam about topics that do not appear on this list), but it should be helpful to you in your preparations. The exam will consist of 40-50 multiple choice questions and is designed as a 50-minute exam. Please bring a #2 pencil and your student ID number with you on Thursday. The exam will cover material from Weeks 1, 2, 3, and 4 on the syllabus. This includes the units on Introductions, the Constitution, Federalism, and Public Opinion, and corresponding Greenberg and Page chapters (1-3 and 5), Rourke debates (gun control), and other assigned readings listed on the syllabus and distributed in class and electronically (i.e. the articles assigned during the first week of class and linked on the syllabus).
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