Exam1Review - Quiz 1 1) Politics is defined as A study of...

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Quiz 1 1) Politics is defined as A study of systemic interactions, involving power and authority, between individuals and groups in society. 2) According to the text, comparative politics as a discipline primarily involves A search for similarities and differences among political phenomena such as political institutions, behaviors, and the like 3) An empirical approach to the study of politics would Measure legislators’ responses to the question “what is justice” 4) A “nation-state” is defined as A group of people with shared characteristics which have forced into a political entity with defined boundaries 5) The definition of “ecological fallacy” would be Taking data gathered from one individual level and applying it to broad, general areas 6) Constitutions (written or unwritten) are a relatively new development in the way regimes are constructed False 7) The most important distinction of a true “constitutional” government is not the powers of the government but how those powers are limited True 8) When southern states in the US refused to enforce federal civil rights laws in the 1960s, which type of crisis existed? Penetration 9) People who define themselves as “radicals” are politically more likely to favor violent and immediate change. True
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This note was uploaded on 05/27/2011 for the course CPO 2002 taught by Professor Peters during the Spring '10 term at Florida A&M.

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Exam1Review - Quiz 1 1) Politics is defined as A study of...

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