Chapter 7 AP gov vocab
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Form of pressure or protest--an organized refusal to purchase a particular product or deal with a particular business
Use of public relations techniques to crate favorable public opinion toward a interest group, industry, or corporation
An interest group activity that involves interaction with government officials to further the group's goals.
free rider problem
Difficulty interest groups face in recruiting members when the benefits they achieve can be gained without joining the group
Reason/motive for supporting/ participating in activities of a group based on desire to associate with others and share with others a particular interest or hobby.
A strategy employed by interest groups that uses third parties to influence government officials
Organized group of people sharing common goals who actively try to influence policymakers
Generally, the economic and political expression of working-class interests; politically, the organization of working-class interests.
Public- policy interests that are not recognized or addressed by a group at a particular time
Organization/individual who attempts to influence legislation and administrative decisions of the government
Motive for supporting or participating in activities of a group based on economic opportunities or benefits
Reason for supporting in the activities of a group based on agreement with the goals of the group
The sector of the economy that provides services- such as health care, banking, and education- in contrast to the sector that produces goods
Movement representing the demands for a large segment of the public for political, economic, or social change
A reason or motive having to do with desire to associate with others and to share with others a particular interest or hobby