1. Which of the following is not a group or faction that has an impact on the government? a. the media b. interest groups c. political parties d. political scientists An organized group that seeks to influence the government through winning
Chapter 2 1. Who said, "A dependence on the people is.the primary control on the but experience has taught the necessity of auxiliary precautions?" a. James Madison b. Alexander Hamilton c. John Jay d. Thomas Jefferson America started as a. a British
According to the textbook, most Americans a. believe that politicians are wheelers-dealers. b. have negative attitude toward politics. c. think politicians use money to influence votes. d. All of these are correct. In order to maintain
1. The most representative branch of the government is a. executive branch. b. legislative branch. c. judicial branch. d. Both a and b are correct. 2. What compromise on the floor of Philadelphia convention created a bicameral Congress? a.
1. The area of the executive branch that carries out the laws made by the legislative branch. a. bureaucracy b. factions c. congress d. judicial When a public policy is unpopular, people tend to blame a. the president. b. the judicial syste
Chapter 8 1.
The presidency is the closest thing we have to a position that a. inspires reverence. b. challenges our confidence. c. implies royalty. d. undermines our dominance. The president has a. military powers. b. political powers. c. economic p
Chapter 6 1. Which of the following did not have a big impact on political information reaching the masses? a. the radio b. the printing press c. the telegraph d. the elite press 2. The Freedom of Information Act requires government to make informati
Chapter 11: CIVIL LIBERTY IN AMERICA
One key dilemma of civil liberties according to the text is a. that people abuse their rights and the government must be protected b. that some people abuse their rights and the rest of us have to pay for it
Chapter 4 1. People participate in politics in order to a. influence policies made by government. b. affect the outcome of elections. c. protest a government decision. d. All of these are correct. 2. Conventional acts of political participation a. ar
1. In federalism power is a. divided among different level and branches of government. b. concentrated in the federal government to the exclusion of state governments. c. concentrated in the state governments to the exclusion of the federa
Chapter 10 1. Which article of the U.S. Constitution establishes the Supreme Court and the Judiciary? a. Article I b. Article II c. Article III d. Article IV e. Article V The Judges and Justices of the federal Courts are a. appointed. b. elected. c.
Chapter 13: PUBLIC POLICY 1. It examines the dynamics and forces that create our system of laws and rules. a. political science b. social science c. public policy analysis d. jurisprudence The most widely held model of public policy analysis asserts
Chapter 14: AMERICAN FOREIGN POLICY
United States citizens seem interested in foreign policy a. only at times of war or near war. b. never. c. all the time. d. only when they travel. Formal and informal positions which make up the nation's offic
Chapter 12: CIVIL RIGHT 1. When the government makes distinctions between citizens those distinctions must a. be clearly defined b. not be arbitrary and capricious c. be vague and indefinite d. give great latitude to the state e. none of the above is
INTRODUCTION TO FINE ARTS
COURSE SYLLABUS-Spring 2016
ART 2313-004 (19252)
T/TH 8:00 9:20 am
Office: JCM 3102H Phone: 512-245-8494
Office Hours: by appointment
Professor: S. Faseler
Classroom: JCM 2121
COURSE CALENDAR (MONDAY/WEDNESDAY)
*This calendar is tentative. I will distribute written revisions as I adapt instructions and materials to your needs.
*You should come to class already having completed the assignments/readings for that date.