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Poli. 100 Notes

Poli. 100 Notes - Political Culture refers to the...

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Political Culture: refers to the politically relevant ideas and social practices characteristic of a society—habits of actions, norms of conduct, religious feelings, symbols of good and evil, family and child rearing practices Political Socialization: The training of people in the ways of thinking, feeling, and behaving which are characteristic of a political culture Tragedy of the Commons The occurrence of disaster when every individual pursues their own personal interest with no regard for consequences Prisoners Dilemma Game Nash equilibrium Sets of strategies for players in a non-cooperative game such that no single one of them would be better off switching strategies unless the others did Pareto Optimal Choice If no other allocation of the same goods would be preferred by every individual. Nobody can be made better off unless someone is made worse off Politics The authoritative allocation of values Patterson’s Definition of Politics The process through which society settles its conflicts and decides the policies by which
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