Political Science 3 Assignment 4 (Questions)
Political Exercise 1
What is the issue needing your political support? LA means Legislative Assistant.
support the "Demine Afghanistan" amendment to the appropriations bill
Why is the International
Political Science 3 Assignment 5
Political Exercise 1
How many potential individuals are available for you to meet at the party? Nine.
Who did you select?
Paul Folger, senator from nominees state.
Austin Jenkins, columnist in the national press corps
Political Science 3 Assignment 2 (Questions)
Political Exercise 1
Which level of government is the simulation having you role play?
I am playing a role in the local government.
Who is requesting a parade permit?
The American national Socialist party
Political Science 3 Assignment 1
Write your answers dividing the paper into three sections as listed below. Ensure your answers
are related to the questions. Use complete sentences when answering each question, when
How to submit the paper. S
Political Science 3- Chapter 13
_ refers to the decisions, rules, and regulations produced
by the government.
Public Policy Is Government Coercion
What is public policy?
The Tools for Making Policy Are Techniques of Control
What are th
Political Science 3 Chapter 9
Congress Represents the American People
What is a constituency?
a body of voters in a specified area who elect a representative to a legislative body
the residents that are from an area that an official is elected
International Relations Chapter 11
Transnational Issues: The Environment, World Health, and Crime
Quiz: see key terms on page 429
The Challenge of Transnational Issues
Over _ of the worlds nonbulk cargo, including wheat, ore, liquefied natural gas,
International Relations Chapter 4
The International System
Quiz and Exam: see key terms on page 129.
The Notion of a System
A _ is an assemblage of units, objects, or parts united by some form of
Beginning with the supposition that pe
International Relations Chapter 10
Quiz: key terms on page 382
Religious, Philosophical, and Historical Foundations
John Locke (first-generation human rights): _
Karl Marx (second-generation human rights): _
International Relations Chapter 5
Quiz/Exam: see key terms on page 174
How do states behave in international relations, and why do they matter?
The State and the Nation
State Four Fundamental Legal Conditions:
_ is a group of people
International Relations Chapter 3
Contending Perspectives: How to Think about International Relations Theoretically
Quiz and Exam: see key terms on page 105.
In March 2003, the United States launched a military attack against _
International Relations Chapter 1
Approaches to International Relations
Definitions: Anarchy, behavioralism, international relations, normative
International Relations in Daily Life
What are some activities an individual might be able to influence interna
International Relations Chapter 2
The Historical Context of Contemporary International Relations
Quiz and Exam: See key terms on page 70.
Theorists recognize that core concepts, state, the nation, sovereignty, and balance of power, were
developed and shap
International Relations Chapter 9
International Political Economy
Quiz: See key terms on pages 348-349
The Evolution of the International Economy: Clashing Ideas and Practices
Did Alexander Hamilton favor Adam Smiths ideas or Jean-Baptiste Colbert?
International Relations Chapter 7
Intergovernmental Organizations, International Law, and Nongovernmental Organizations
Quiz: See key terms on page 246
Why do states organize themselves collectively, according to liberalism
International Relations Chapter 8
War and Strife
Quiz/Exam: see key terms on page 303
World War I and its aftermath (the founding of the League of Nations) led American diplomatic
historians and legal scholars to create a new discipline, called internatio
International Relations Chapter 6
Quiz/Exam: belief system, cognitive consistency, evoked set, groupthink, mirror images, track-two
Foreign Policy Elites: Individuals Who Matter
Why do individuals matter in the making of foreign p