POLS 101 Second Exam Study Sheet

POLS 101 Second Exam Study Sheet - Affirmative action...

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POLS 101 Second Exam Study Sheet The exam will cover civil liberties, civil rights, interest groups and the media. It is all multiple choice. Why was the Bill of Rights added to the Constitution? Means of political expression protected by the Constitution Market place of ideas Freedom and order and the Constitution Symbolic speech Libel and slander Two religion clauses in Constitution Criminal due process rights amendments in the Bill of Rights Post 9/11 and order Constitutional civil rights amendments White primaries, literacy tests, poll taxes, grandfather clauses Plessy v. Ferguson Brown v Board of Education of Topeka
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Unformatted text preview: Affirmative action Social capital How interest groups help/channel our civic participation Pluralist and elite theories of participation Who are the elite in elite theory? What do interest groups do? Who is more represented by interest groups? Purposive, solidary and economic incentives PACs Incumbents and PACS Public interest groups Free rider problem Iron triangle and issue networks Roles of media Types and history of media Narrowcasting Telegenic Role of youTube Monitored and unmonitored media Role of Internet in political involvement Media bias...
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