5 Written questions
5 Matching questions
- What are public policies?
- What is a law?
- What is government?
- What is the executive?
- What is the legislative?
- a things that the government decides sto do
- b they make laws
- c institution through which a society makes and enforces public policies
- d a set of rules and standards by which a society governs itself
- e they execute, enforce, and administer the law
5 Multiple choice questions
- libraries, public transportation, public schools, postal services, and highways and roads
- 2 parties find common ground
- aone political party without wide voter support
- a singlel member of a district contests where only one candidate is elected to each office on the ballot
- selecting a candidate to present to voters
5 True/False questions
What are bonding agent functions? → those that have split away from one of the major parties
What are the main reasons why governments are created? → legislative, executive and judicial
What is a social institution? → big concepts that all societies develop
What is an opinion leader? → any person who has a strong infuence on the opinion of others
What do politics enable? → modify and encourage compromise, nominate candidates, inform and activate supporters, bonding agents