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Political Science: An Introduction. CH. 4
Anarchy
Nation
State
Political institution
Absence of government
Population with a historic sense of self
Government structures of nation
Established and durable pattern of authority
Anarchy
Absence of government
Nation
Population with a historic sense of self
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Introduction to Political Science
Hypothesis
Theories
Realists
Max Weber started political science at…
An application of a theory to a specific case
Are simplifications of reality
A state is a state because they all pursue power?
...
Hypothesis
An application of a theory to a specific case
Theories
Are simplifications of reality
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Introduction to Political Science
Original State of Nature
Political Scientist
Economist
State
a hypothetical condition of what the lives of people would be…
people who study politics
an expert in economics
a nation or territory considered as an organized political co…
Original State of Nature
a hypothetical condition of what the lives of people would be…
Political Scientist
people who study politics
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Political Science: An Introduction Chapter 4
minority
statute
constitution
judicial review
subgroup distinct by background, viewpoint, or practice withi…
an ordinary law passed by a legislature, not part of the cons…
basic rules that structure a government, usually written
ability of courts to decide if laws are constitutional; not p…
minority
subgroup distinct by background, viewpoint, or practice withi…
statute
an ordinary law passed by a legislature, not part of the cons…
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Political Science: Introduction
Polis
6 Basic Elements of Politics
Power
Authority
Greek word meaning "City"
-Power,... -Authority,... -Authoritative Governing Institutions,... -P…
ability to do things
right to do things
Polis
Greek word meaning "City"
6 Basic Elements of Politics
-Power,... -Authority,... -Authoritative Governing Institutions,... -P…
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an introduction to political science chapter 4: states
center-periphery tension
confederation
decentralization
devolution
resentment of outlying areas at rule by nation's capitol
the components override the center
shifting some administrative functions from central governmen…
shifting some powers from the central government to component…
center-periphery tension
resentment of outlying areas at rule by nation's capitol
confederation
the components override the center
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Political Science Introduction Vocabulary
Civil Society
Human Nature
Cold War
Globalization
Consists of institutions, such as interest groups, which stan…
Refers to innate and immutable human characteristics. Hobbes,…
A description of the state's system, existing between the end…
A term used to describe the process of increasing the process…
Civil Society
Consists of institutions, such as interest groups, which stan…
Human Nature
Refers to innate and immutable human characteristics. Hobbes,…
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Political Science(Introduction to....) Chp 4 The American Government
democracy
direct democracy(ancient Athens)
direct democracies are....
representative democracy
a politics system of mass popular participation, competitive…
a system is which most all citizens can actively participate…
only viable at the local or sometimes the regional levels of…
is the only viable democratic form of government for nation-s…
democracy
a politics system of mass popular participation, competitive…
direct democracy(ancient Athens)
a system is which most all citizens can actively participate…
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Introduction to Political Science Midterm
Political Science
Interactions
Normative Issues
Empirical
a field of study that analyzes states, non states, groups, in…
Behaviors that happen within structures
Issues involving value judgements and ethics. Not based on ac…
Observable and factual
Political Science
a field of study that analyzes states, non states, groups, in…
Interactions
Behaviors that happen within structures
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Political Science - Introduction
Types of Government
Monarchy/Autocracy
Oligarchy/Aristocracy
Democracy
Monarchy/Autocracy... Oligarchy/Aristocracy... Democracy... Theocracy
Rule of the one
Rule of the few; small elite
Rule of the people... Dominant form of government
Types of Government
Monarchy/Autocracy... Oligarchy/Aristocracy... Democracy... Theocracy
Monarchy/Autocracy
Rule of the one
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Political Science- Introduction slides
Roughly ________ percent of Americans…
Roughly _______ percent of Americans c…
Churches are by far the largest volunt…
How does religion shape worldviews? (1)
85%
70%
unions, professional associations, neighborhood groups, alumn…
> Religion often provides assumptions about human nature, whe…
Roughly ________ percent of Americans…
85%
Roughly _______ percent of Americans c…
70%
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Introduction to Political Science RUG
Politics by Arendt
Politics by Easton
Politics by Dahl
Politics by Leftwich
Politics is acting in concert to make the best of ourselves
Politics is the authoritative allocation of values by the gov…
Politics is resolving inevitable conflicts, in a peaceful man…
Politics is at the heart of all collective social activity, f…
Politics by Arendt
Politics is acting in concert to make the best of ourselves
Politics by Easton
Politics is the authoritative allocation of values by the gov…
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Political Science - Introduction
Perspective
Theories
Realist
Liberal
Broad way of explaining the primary cause of what is happening
More specific casual stories that fit in a perspective
Struggle for power... (Perspective)
Interactions, interdependence, and institutions... (Perspective)
Perspective
Broad way of explaining the primary cause of what is happening
Theories
More specific casual stories that fit in a perspective
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Political Science - Introduction Terms
politics
capitalism
ideology
government
the process of peacefully reconciling social and economic dif…
an economic system based on private ownership of property and…
a set of ideas concerning the proper political and economic s…
the political and administrative organization of a state, nat…
politics
the process of peacefully reconciling social and economic dif…
capitalism
an economic system based on private ownership of property and…
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Introduction to Political Science - 1
I. Government
[1]Political efficacy
[2]idiotes
[3]lAISSEZ-FAIRE... EX: MTA
is made up of the institution and procedures by which people…
one's political participation really matters - that one's vote
A Greek term which refers to noncitizens and private persons.
allow little room that government can regulate
I. Government
is made up of the institution and procedures by which people…
[1]Political efficacy
one's political participation really matters - that one's vote
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Introduction to Political Science Final
Define merit system
Define spoiled system
Total number of members that serve in…
Total number of members of the house o…
a system or policy whereby people are promoted or rewarded on…
the practice of filling appointive public offices with friend…
535
435
Define merit system
a system or policy whereby people are promoted or rewarded on…
Define spoiled system
the practice of filling appointive public offices with friend…
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Introduction to political science
When a small group of landowners, mili…
When you vote for congressman, how man…
The Democratic Party has a majority an…
The power of government to get people…
An oligarchy
200,000
Neither chamber, Democrats only control the presidency
Coercion
When a small group of landowners, mili…
An oligarchy
When you vote for congressman, how man…
200,000
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Introduction to Political Science
Demographic Representation
Trustee
Delegates
Politico
Refers to the legislature as a whole resembling the key chara…
Legislator should act on his own behalf since he's knowledgea…
The Legislature should be the peoples voice, should do what t…
Mix of Trustee and Delegates
Demographic Representation
Refers to the legislature as a whole resembling the key chara…
Trustee
Legislator should act on his own behalf since he's knowledgea…
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1.4 Introduction to Political Science - Executive, Legislative, & Judiciary
Executive
Executive
Executive
Executive
Proposes & administers law
Commands armed forces
Appoints ambassadors, judges and other officials
Conducts foreign policies
Executive
Proposes & administers law
Executive
Commands armed forces
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Introduction to Political Science
Politics
Capitalism... Socialsim
Ideology
Government
-A peaceful conflict resolution process... -A method resource al…
-Capitalism is an economic system for least amount of governm…
-A set of values, norms, morals, beliefs that affect behavior…
-The administrative headquarters of a political system... -Regim…
Politics
-A peaceful conflict resolution process... -A method resource al…
Capitalism... Socialsim
-Capitalism is an economic system for least amount of governm…
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Introduction to Political Science
The concept of constitutionalism and t…
Organic View of the State
Reason and Debate
Monarchy
What was Aristotle's greater contribution to political theory?
the state is a natural creation. It is not a tool or instrume…
What are the twin pillars of political engagement?
What political system did Hobbes think was best?
The concept of constitutionalism and t…
What was Aristotle's greater contribution to political theory?
Organic View of the State
the state is a natural creation. It is not a tool or instrume…
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introduction to political science
Politics
institutions
political scientist
power
the struggle in any group for power that will give one or mor…
organizations or activities that are self-perpetuating and va…
concentrate on the struggle for leadership and power in a pol…
the ability to influence others or impose one's will on them
Politics
the struggle in any group for power that will give one or mor…
institutions
organizations or activities that are self-perpetuating and va…
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Introduction to Political Science
aristocracy
authority
autocracy
capitalism
government power concentrated among the top social class
the recognized right of governments and officials to exercise…
government power concentrated in one
an economic system based on the idea that government should i…
aristocracy
government power concentrated among the top social class
authority
the recognized right of governments and officials to exercise…
Introduction to Political Science
Government
Politics
Power
Sovereignty
institutions with the authority to exercise control over huma…
The process by which it is determined... whose values will preva…
ability of persons or institutions to... control/influence publi…
government control over a nation's territory, supreme and fin…
Government
institutions with the authority to exercise control over huma…
Politics
The process by which it is determined... whose values will preva…
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Introduction to Political Science
Government
Politics
Power
Sovereignty
nstitutions with the power to control human behavior.
The process through which a society settles its conflicts.
The ability of persons or institutions to control policy.
Government control over a nation's territory. Supreme and fin…
Government
nstitutions with the power to control human behavior.
Politics
The process through which a society settles its conflicts.
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Introduction to political science
social science
conduct
government
local
наука про суспільство
проводити
урядування
місцевий
social science
наука про суспільство
conduct
проводити
Introduction to Political Science
Racial/ ethnic solodarity
Polygenism
Biological determinism
Monogenism
The desire that African Americans organize on the basis of a…
Origin from multiple sources
The theory of a measurable, genetically fixed, and unitary in…
Origin from a single source
Racial/ ethnic solodarity
The desire that African Americans organize on the basis of a…
Polygenism
Origin from multiple sources
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1.4 Introduction to Political Science - Components of Good Governance
Sound financial houseeping
Disaster preparedness
Social Protection
Peace and Order
...
Knowledge and capacity to effectively anticipate, response an…
limits freedoms of offenders to protect those of the innocent…
Tranquility
Sound financial houseeping
...
Disaster preparedness
Knowledge and capacity to effectively anticipate, response an…
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Introduction to Political Science Final
What led to the effectiveness of inter…
Interest group using H.O.F.F.L makes a…
Define revolution..
Role of Intellectuals/Political Actors
Once you have formed a group of like-minded individuals, with…
Hard Work ... Organization... Forming a group of like-minded indivi…
a sudden, dramatic replacement of an old system by a new one.
> provide organization that leads to revolution... > articulate…
What led to the effectiveness of inter…
Once you have formed a group of like-minded individuals, with…
Interest group using H.O.F.F.L makes a…
Hard Work ... Organization... Forming a group of like-minded indivi…
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Introduction to Political Science
political science?
anarchy?
there are approximently this many stat…
provides the supreme law for the Unite…
the study of government and politics
no gov
200
constitution
political science?
the study of government and politics
anarchy?
no gov
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Introduction to Political Science
What is Aristotle thinking of man in r…
Describe sovereignty.
What does the constitution assist deci…
Define constitution.
Politics is the master science.
A national government's being bossed on it's own turf, the la…
Identify the rules and customs by which a government is ran.
Basic rules that structure government, usually written.
What is Aristotle thinking of man in r…
Politics is the master science.
Describe sovereignty.
A national government's being bossed on it's own turf, the la…
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Lecture 1 - Introduction to Political Science
Objective Analysis
Normative Analysis
Behaviouralism
Claims of Behaviouralism
Observations untainted by bias, emotion, or values.
Value judgements on how things ought to be
The belief that social sciences should be based on objective…
1. Political science should be concerned with empirical data…
Objective Analysis
Observations untainted by bias, emotion, or values.
Normative Analysis
Value judgements on how things ought to be
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Introduction to Research Political Science
1.What are the five attributes of scie…
1. Five Attributes of Research are?
1.Empirical is what? and is observed w…
2.State the modes of knowledge?
Theory Testing,Experimentation,Systematic Definition of the P…
Observe over & over again, Use of primary & secondary resourc…
Empirical data is is data we can observe. We observe them wit…
1. Scientific/Systematic/Ideal... 2. Authoritarian Mode... 3. Mysti…
1.What are the five attributes of scie…
Theory Testing,Experimentation,Systematic Definition of the P…
1. Five Attributes of Research are?
Observe over & over again, Use of primary & secondary resourc…
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Introduction to Political Science Exam I
rule making
rule execution
rule adjudication
435
the process of establishing laws, orders, regulations and oth…
the process of implementing or carrying out policy decisions
the process of applying governmental rules to individual cases
How many people are in the House of Representatives?
rule making
the process of establishing laws, orders, regulations and oth…
rule execution
the process of implementing or carrying out policy decisions
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Introduction to Political Science Chapter Four
Nation
State
Political Institutions
Authority
population with a historic sense of sense; shared history and…
a government structure, powerful enough to enforce rules
working structures of govt. (legislatures and executive depar…
respect for political leaders
Nation
population with a historic sense of sense; shared history and…
State
a government structure, powerful enough to enforce rules
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Introduction to Political Science- Exam II
John Locke and Jean Jacques Rousseau
liberal's idea of government power
Hobbes, Aristotle, Plato, Burke, Augus…
- preserving the status quo ... - traditi…
who are the important contributors to liberal ideology?
- oppose application of state power to enforce moral and trad…
who were conservative thinkers?
what is the conservative ideology?
John Locke and Jean Jacques Rousseau
who are the important contributors to liberal ideology?
liberal's idea of government power
- oppose application of state power to enforce moral and trad…
50 terms
Unit I: Introduction to Political Science
Public Goods
Politics
Public Policy
Pluralist Theory
Goods that can be consumed by one person, without preventing…
The process through which a community, state, or organization…
The decisions made by a state that define what it will do.
A theory of government and politics emphasizing that politics…
Public Goods
Goods that can be consumed by one person, without preventing…
Politics
The process through which a community, state, or organization…
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Political Science Week 1 Introduction
Ontology
Epistemoloy
Methodology
Ontology: Foundationalism
Theory of being... Reflects the reseacher's view about the natur…
Theory of knowledge... Reflects the researcher's view of what we…
Study of methods and the ways in which knowledge is produced…
(essentialist)... the world is out there, independent of our kno…
Ontology
Theory of being... Reflects the reseacher's view about the natur…
Epistemoloy
Theory of knowledge... Reflects the researcher's view of what we…
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Introduction to Politics (Studying Politics: An Introduction to Political Science)
What is the basic reason to study poli…
At its core, what is politics about?
Define public policy.
Where does the term politics have its…
It is important.
It is about government actions and public policies that affec…
A course of action or inaction selected by public officials,…
Ancient Greece
What is the basic reason to study poli…
It is important.
At its core, what is politics about?
It is about government actions and public policies that affec…
25 terms
Introduction to Political Science Unit 2
Which of the following ideologies beca…
Most of the world's largest countries…
British citizens who would like to ret…
According to the textbook, world socia…
Liberalism and socialism
False
Conservatives
Communists
Which of the following ideologies beca…
Liberalism and socialism
Most of the world's largest countries…
False
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Poli 200: Introduction to Political Science
Theory
Social theory
Political theory
Correlation
This takes a set of similar things that happen and finds a co…
The sum of all theories developed by social scientists to exp…
All the theories that aim to explain political behavior; a su…
When change in one variable is associated with change in anot…
Theory
This takes a set of similar things that happen and finds a co…
Social theory
The sum of all theories developed by social scientists to exp…
53 terms
Political Science- Chapter 1: Introduction to Global Politics
NATION
STATE
NATION-STATE
SOVEREIGNTY
idea that a group of people sharing the same geographic space…
is the highest level of political structure that makes author…
political unit within which people share an identity
international relations (within a given territory) the leader…
NATION
idea that a group of people sharing the same geographic space…
STATE
is the highest level of political structure that makes author…
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Political Science Chapter One (Introduction)
Politics
Political System
Harold Lasswell
Preferences
the process of making collective decisions to allocate public…
The way a society organizes and manages its politics across v…
political scientist; said that politics is the struggle over…
the outcomes or experiences people want or need ... (ex: people…
Politics
the process of making collective decisions to allocate public…
Political System
The way a society organizes and manages its politics across v…
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Introduction to Political Science Chapter One
Political Science
Subfields of Political Science
U.S Politics
Comparative Politics
the thesis that politics matter
U.S Politics, Comparative Politics, International Relations,…
institutions and processes mostly at federal level, but also…
examines politics within other nations; trying to establish g…
Political Science
the thesis that politics matter
Subfields of Political Science
U.S Politics, Comparative Politics, International Relations,…
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An Introduction to Political Science Vocabulary
government
state
nation
public policy
The institutions and processes through which public policies…
a nation or territory considered as a an organized political…
a large aggregate of people united by common descent, history…
A choice that government makes in response to a political iss…
government
The institutions and processes through which public policies…
state
a nation or territory considered as a an organized political…
Introduction To Research Methods- Political Science
Sampling
Inferential Analysis
Data
Data Set
Studying a few measurable bits of evidence in order to constr…
Focuses on a sample of data in order to draw inferences about…
Measurement of something, can be referred to as the "score"
Collection of related data
Sampling
Studying a few measurable bits of evidence in order to constr…
Inferential Analysis
Focuses on a sample of data in order to draw inferences about…
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Introduction to Anthropology, Sociology and Political Science
antropos
logos
anthropology
anthropology
means 'human' in Greek
means 'logos' in Greek
"the study of people - their origins, their development, and…
holistic study
antropos
means 'human' in Greek
logos
means 'logos' in Greek
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Introduction to Political Science Chapter One
Political Science
Subfields of Political Science
U.S Politics
Comparative Politics
the thesis that politics matter
U.S Politics, Comparative Politics, International Relations,…
institutions and processes mostly at federal level, but also…
examines politics within other nations; trying to establish g…
Political Science
the thesis that politics matter
Subfields of Political Science
U.S Politics, Comparative Politics, International Relations,…
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Introduction to Political Science Chapter Two
Bottom Up
Top Down
Founder of Political Science
Socratic Dialogue
politics grows out of society: values, attitudes and options
politics lead society
Plato
discussion of the means that will secure a well-ordered state…
Bottom Up
politics grows out of society: values, attitudes and options
Top Down
politics lead society
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Introduction to Political Science Chapter 5
Constitution
Goals of the constitution
Civil liberties
1789
a written document outlining the structure of a political sys…
to form a more perfect union, ... to establish justice, ... to ensu…
areas of personal freedom with which govts. are prevented fro…
when the constitution was first amended
Constitution
a written document outlining the structure of a political sys…
Goals of the constitution
to form a more perfect union, ... to establish justice, ... to ensu…
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