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Unformatted text preview: 17. How do electoral systems influence the number of and types of political parties? 18. What is the difference between micro- and aggregate level survey information? 19. When did parties first emerge in the US? 20. How do parties provide a “brand name”? 21. What values do party labels have for candidates? How do parties help to alleviate the collective action problem? 22. What is media concentration? 23. What types of stories, especially political stores, do the media tend to cover? 24. What are some basic campaign strategies and how do they differ between primaries and regular elections? 25. What are some of the hypothesized factors that decide how a man/woman votes? 26. What effect does increased spending have on House elections? 27. How do campaign finance rules differ for Congress and Presidential candidates? 28. How does partisanship influence public opinion/information processing?...
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This document was uploaded on 10/26/2011 for the course POLS 1301 at Texas Tech.
- Fall '08