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CH 7 (Part 1) American Government and Politics Today - Interest Groups
Interest Groups
Lobbyist
Social Movement
Social movements are often the first e…
An organized group of individuals sharing common objectives w…
An organization or individual who attempts to influence legis…
A movement that represents the demands of a large segment of…
Latent discontent with a current system
Interest Groups
An organized group of individuals sharing common objectives w…
Lobbyist
An organization or individual who attempts to influence legis…
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AP Government and Politics: Interest Groups
What is an interest group?
What proctects interest groups and the…
Why can't you outlaw an interest group?
What are reasons for the growth of int…
An organization of individuals sharing common goals that atte…
They are protected by the right of assembly and the right to…
They are protected by the first amendment. However their acti…
Rise of bureaucracy requires interest groups to influence key…
What is an interest group?
An organization of individuals sharing common goals that atte…
What proctects interest groups and the…
They are protected by the right of assembly and the right to…
22 terms
AP Government and Politics Interest Groups
Amicus Curiae Briefs
Class Action Lawsuits
Electioneering
Elite Theory
legal briefs submitted by a "friend of the court" for the pur…
lawsuits permitting a small number of people to sue on behalf…
direct group involvement in the electoral process; groups can…
real power is held by relatively few people, key groups and i…
Amicus Curiae Briefs
legal briefs submitted by a "friend of the court" for the pur…
Class Action Lawsuits
lawsuits permitting a small number of people to sue on behalf…
AP Government and Politics Ch. 10 Interest Groups
Interest Group
Pluralism
Elitism
Hyperpluralism
An organization of people with shared policy goals entering t…
A theory of government and politics emphasizing that many gro…
A theory of government and politics contending that an upper-…
A theory of governmnet and politics contending that groups ar…
Interest Group
An organization of people with shared policy goals entering t…
Pluralism
A theory of government and politics emphasizing that many gro…
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AP Government and Politics: Chapter 11 - Interest Groups
interest group
pluralism
elitism
hyperpluralism
an organization of people with shared policy goals entering t…
theory of government and politics emphasizing that many group…
theory of government and politics holding that an upper-class…
theory of government and politics holding that groups are so…
interest group
an organization of people with shared policy goals entering t…
pluralism
theory of government and politics emphasizing that many group…
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American Government and Politics Today Chapter 7 - Interest Groups
boycott
climate control
direct technique
free rider problem
A form of pressure or protest - an organized refusal to purch…
The use of public relations techniques to create favorable pu…
An interest group activity that involves interaction with gov…
The difficulty interest groups face in recruiting members whe…
boycott
A form of pressure or protest - an organized refusal to purch…
climate control
The use of public relations techniques to create favorable pu…
Interest Groups Ch. 16 AP Government & Politics
social capital
civic virtue
interest group
pluralist theory
Cooperative relationships that facilitate the resolution of c…
The tendency to form small-scale associations for the public…
A collection of people or organizations that tries to influen…
The theory that political power is distributed among a wide a…
social capital
Cooperative relationships that facilitate the resolution of c…
civic virtue
The tendency to form small-scale associations for the public…
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AP Government and Politics: Chapter 11 - Interest Groups
INTEREST GROUPS
VOCABULARY: Interest Groups
- How many organizations hold offices…
EXPLAINING THE PROLIFERATION OF INTERE…
...
an organization of people that share a common interest/ goal…
7,000 organizations... - 50% cooperations... - 33% professional tra…
...
INTEREST GROUPS
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VOCABULARY: Interest Groups
an organization of people that share a common interest/ goal…
Ap Government and Politics: Chapter 11 - Interest Group
K Street
Interest group
Institutional interests
Membership interests
location of the offices of nearly seven thousand organization…
An organization of people sharing a common interest or goal t…
individuals or organizations representing other organizations.
organizations supported by by the activities and contribution…
K Street
location of the offices of nearly seven thousand organization…
Interest group
An organization of people sharing a common interest or goal t…
AP Government: Interest Groups
K Street
Lobbyist
Interest Group
Solidary Incentives
A shorthand term for Washington lobbyists, derived from the n…
someone who tries to persuade legislators to vote for bills t…
an organization of people sharing a common interest or goal t…
the social rewards (sense of pleasure, status, or companionsh…
K Street
A shorthand term for Washington lobbyists, derived from the n…
Lobbyist
someone who tries to persuade legislators to vote for bills t…
American Government and Politics Chapter 7 Interest Groups
K Street
Lobbyist
Lobby
Interest Group
A term for Washington lobbyists derived from the name of the…
someone who tries to persuade legislators to vote for bills t…
a group of people who try actively to influence legislation
a social group whose members have common aims and actively tr…
K Street
A term for Washington lobbyists derived from the name of the…
Lobbyist
someone who tries to persuade legislators to vote for bills t…
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AP Government and Politics: Chapter 7- Interest Groups
collective goods
political action committee (PAC)
lobby
elite theory
outcomes shared by the general public; also called public goods
entity whose specific goal is to raise and spend money to inf…
to communicate directly with policy makers on an interest gro…
a theory that holds that a group of wealthy, educated individ…
collective goods
outcomes shared by the general public; also called public goods
political action committee (PAC)
entity whose specific goal is to raise and spend money to inf…
25 terms
INTEREST GROUPS / POLITICAL PARTIES: AP GOVERNMENT
amicus curiae brief
dealignment argument
divided government
elite theory
"friend of the court" brief filed by an interest group to inf…
contention that parties are less meaningful to voters, who ha…
government in which one party controls the presidency while a…
theory that upper class elites exercise great influence over…
amicus curiae brief
"friend of the court" brief filed by an interest group to inf…
dealignment argument
contention that parties are less meaningful to voters, who ha…
24 terms
AP Comparative Government and Politics Interest Groups
Trade Union Congress
Confederation of British Industries
British Broadcasting Company
Educational Workers Union
a national trade union center, a federation of trade unions i…
a business organization whose mission is to promote the condi…
UK based publication service broadcasting, an example of a qu…
Latin America's largest trade union, power to negotiate salar…
Trade Union Congress
a national trade union center, a federation of trade unions i…
Confederation of British Industries
a business organization whose mission is to promote the condi…
37 terms
AP Government and Politics (Political Parties, Interest Groups, PACs, and 527 Groups)
What are Political Parties?
What kind of political system does the…
What are some characteristics of Polit…
What is a "Splinter Party"?
A means of uniting those who shared political ideals, enablin…
A Bipartisan system
1. Serve as intermediaries between the people and the governm…
Third parties that have formed to represent constituencies th…
What are Political Parties?
A means of uniting those who shared political ideals, enablin…
What kind of political system does the…
A Bipartisan system
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AP Government Political Parties and Interest Groups Terms
Linkage Institution
Conservative
Liberal
Libertarian
Institutions that connect citizens to government. The mass me…
A person who believes in less government, lower taxes, a stro…
Believe in government action to achieve equal opportunity and…
View that each person has the right to live his life in any w…
Linkage Institution
Institutions that connect citizens to government. The mass me…
Conservative
A person who believes in less government, lower taxes, a stro…
18 terms
Government Exam Review (Political Parties/Interest Groups)
An interest group tries to persuade pe…
What is a positive aspect of interest…
How do interest groups become involved…
Why are interest groups also called pr…
Respond to the shared attitudes of its members
They help stimulate interest in public affairs
By providing campaign funds
They put pressure on the govt. to affect policies
An interest group tries to persuade pe…
Respond to the shared attitudes of its members
What is a positive aspect of interest…
They help stimulate interest in public affairs
12 terms
Government & Politics- Chapter 7: Interest Groups
Interest Group
Political Party
Lobbyist
Social Movement
An organized group of individuals sharing common objectives w…
A group of political activists who organize to win elections,…
an organization or individual who attempts to influence the p…
represents the demands of a large segment of the public for p…
Interest Group
An organized group of individuals sharing common objectives w…
Political Party
A group of political activists who organize to win elections,…
34 terms
AP Government and Politics Unit 4: Media & Interest Groups
High-tech politics
Mass media
Media events
Press conferences
A politics in which the behavior of citizens and policymakers…
Television, radio, newspapers, magazines, the Internet, and o…
Events that are purposely staged for the media and that are s…
Meetings of public officials with reporters
High-tech politics
A politics in which the behavior of citizens and policymakers…
Mass media
Television, radio, newspapers, magazines, the Internet, and o…
AP Government - Political Parties, Interest Groups, PACs, and 527 Groups
Political Party
Interest Group
Political Action Committees (PACs)
Super PAC
Group of people with common political goals which hopes to in…
Political group organized around a particular political goal…
The fundraising apparatus of interest groups. Donations to an…
A type of political action committee that does not have donat…
Political Party
Group of people with common political goals which hopes to in…
Interest Group
Political group organized around a particular political goal…
American Government and Politics Today Chapter 7 - Interest Groups
Interest Groups
The structure of American Government a…
Lobbyist
Two weeks after 9/11, President George…
An organized group of individuals sharing common objectives w…
Policy-making process
An organization or individual who attempts to influence legis…
Sending lobbyists to take their positions on the bills
Interest Groups
An organized group of individuals sharing common objectives w…
The structure of American Government a…
Policy-making process
44 terms
AP Government - Political Parties, Interest Groups, & Media
Political Party
Progressives or Mugwumps
Critical or Realignment Period
Split Ticket
A group that seeks to elect candidates to public office
Republican party faction of the 1890s to 1910s, composed of r…
A period when a major, lasting shift occurs in the popular co…
Voting for candidates of different parties for various office…
Political Party
A group that seeks to elect candidates to public office
Progressives or Mugwumps
Republican party faction of the 1890s to 1910s, composed of r…
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American Government and Politics Today Chapter 7 - Interest Groups
Interest Groups
The structure of American Government a…
Lobbyist
Two weeks after 9/11, President George…
An organized group of individuals sharing common objectives w…
Policy-making process
An organization or individual who attempts to influence legis…
Sending lobbyists to take their positions on the bills
Interest Groups
An organized group of individuals sharing common objectives w…
The structure of American Government a…
Policy-making process
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AP Government Political Parties and Interest Groups Terms
Linkage Institution
Conservative
Liberal
Libertarian
Institutions that connect citizens to government. The mass me…
A person who believes in less government, lower taxes, a stro…
Believe in government action to achieve equal opportunity and…
View that each person has the right to live his life in any w…
Linkage Institution
Institutions that connect citizens to government. The mass me…
Conservative
A person who believes in less government, lower taxes, a stro…
103 terms
American Government Interest groups and political parties
Partisanship
Special interest
Interest group
Lobbyist
Taking the side of a party, or espousing a viewpoint that ref…
A pejorative term, often used to designate an interest group…
An organization whose goals include influencing government
A person who contacts government officials on behalf of a par…
Partisanship
Taking the side of a party, or espousing a viewpoint that ref…
Special interest
A pejorative term, often used to designate an interest group…
25 terms
INTEREST GROUPS / POLITICAL PARTIES: AP GOVERNMENT
amicus curiae brief
dealignment argument
divided government
elite theory
"friend of the court" brief filed by an interest group to inf…
contention that parties are less meaningful to voters, who ha…
government in which one party controls the presidency while a…
theory that upper class elites exercise great influence over…
amicus curiae brief
"friend of the court" brief filed by an interest group to inf…
dealignment argument
contention that parties are less meaningful to voters, who ha…
Political Parties/Interest Groups Vocabulary (AP Government)
527 Organization
Amicus curiae
Blanket primaries
Closed primaries
U.S. tax-exempt organization under Section 527 of the U.S. IR…
A person who volunteers to offer information to assist a cour…
A primary in which voters can vote for the Democratic candida…
A primary election in which voters must be a registered membe…
527 Organization
U.S. tax-exempt organization under Section 527 of the U.S. IR…
Amicus curiae
A person who volunteers to offer information to assist a cour…
AP Government Political Parties and Interest Groups Terms
Linkage Institution
Libertarian
Rise of Independents
Party Era
Institutions that connect citizens to government. The mass me…
View that each person has the right to live his life in any w…
More independent voters
An historical period dominated by one political party.
Linkage Institution
Institutions that connect citizens to government. The mass me…
Libertarian
View that each person has the right to live his life in any w…
AP Government and Politics- Political Parties and Interest Groups Exam Review
Party formerly known as the Antifedera…
Party once referred to as the Democrat…
What parties were established by the c…
Main difference between political part…
Democratic Party
Democratic Party
None. There were no political parties established in the cons…
Political parties nominate candidates while interest groups d…
Party formerly known as the Antifedera…
Democratic Party
Party once referred to as the Democrat…
Democratic Party
AP Government and Politics- Political Parties and Interest Groups Exam Review
Party formerly known as the Antifedera…
Party that was a dominant force in the…
Party that won its first presidential…
Party that won a majority of the presi…
Democratic Party
Democratic Party
Republican Party
Republican Party
Party formerly known as the Antifedera…
Democratic Party
Party that was a dominant force in the…
Democratic Party
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CH 7 American Government and Politics Today - Interest Groups
Interest Groups
The structure of American Government a…
Lobbyist
Madison supported the creation of:
An organized group of individuals sharing common objectives w…
Policy-making process
An organization or individual who attempts to influence legis…
A large republic with many states to encourage the formation…
Interest Groups
An organized group of individuals sharing common objectives w…
The structure of American Government a…
Policy-making process
Government Exam Review (Political Parties/Interest Groups)
An interest group tries to persuade pe…
What is a positive aspect of interest…
How do interest groups become involved…
Why are interest groups also called pr…
Respond to the shared attitudes of its members
They help stimulate interest in public affairs
By providing campaign funds
They put pressure on the govt. to affect policies
An interest group tries to persuade pe…
Respond to the shared attitudes of its members
What is a positive aspect of interest…
They help stimulate interest in public affairs
22 terms
AP government Interest Groups and Political Parties
Political parties and interest groups…
Historically, political parties
The responsible party model was develo…
The best predictor of whether one beco…
interest groups have narrower issue concerns than do parties
excluded various groups from participating
E.E. Schnatschneider
income and education
Political parties and interest groups…
interest groups have narrower issue concerns than do parties
Historically, political parties
excluded various groups from participating
AP Government and Politics Key Terms: Political Parties/Interest Groups/Media
amicus curiae brief
dealignment argument
divided government
elite theory
"friend of the court" brief filed by an interest group to inf…
contention that parties are less meaningful to voters, who ha…
government in which one party controls the presidency while a…
theory that upper class elites exercise great influence over…
amicus curiae brief
"friend of the court" brief filed by an interest group to inf…
dealignment argument
contention that parties are less meaningful to voters, who ha…
31 terms
AP Government: Interest Groups
K Street
Lobbyist
Interest Group
Solidary Incentives
A shorthand term for Washington lobbyists, derived from the n…
someone who tries to persuade legislators to vote for bills t…
an organization of people sharing a common interest or goal t…
the social rewards (sense of pleasure, status, or companionsh…
K Street
A shorthand term for Washington lobbyists, derived from the n…
Lobbyist
someone who tries to persuade legislators to vote for bills t…
20 terms
AP government interest group and political parties
Purpose of PAC's
Political efficacy
Open primaries
Closed primaries
Raise money to distribute to favored political candidates
Belief that one's political participation and voter participa…
On election day, no matter what party you are with, you may v…
Pre-registration for party association is required, independe…
Purpose of PAC's
Raise money to distribute to favored political candidates
Political efficacy
Belief that one's political participation and voter participa…
17 terms
U.S. Government-Political Parties and Special Interest Groups
Political Party
Major Political Parties
coalition
political action committee
A group of individuals with broad common interests who organi…
Democratic Party, Republican Party
a union of many persons of diverse interests who have come to…
A committee set up by a corporation or interest group to rais…
Political Party
A group of individuals with broad common interests who organi…
Major Political Parties
Democratic Party, Republican Party
16 terms
AP US Government/Politics Chapter 15: Interest Groups
Social capital
Civic virtue
Interest group
Pluralist theory
Cooperative relationships that facilitate the resolution of c…
The tendency to form small-scale associations for the public…
A collection of people or organizations that tries to influen…
The theory that political power is distributed among a wide a…
Social capital
Cooperative relationships that facilitate the resolution of c…
Civic virtue
The tendency to form small-scale associations for the public…
33 terms
ap government: Interest groups, political parties, pacs, 527 groups
grassroots lobbying
advantages of interest groups
national convention
national committee
citizens directly share views with representatives by writing…
testify, assist in writing laws, provide expertise, campaign…
meet every four years
composed of delegates from states and manages the convention
grassroots lobbying
citizens directly share views with representatives by writing…
advantages of interest groups
testify, assist in writing laws, provide expertise, campaign…
AP Government - Unit 2 | Political Parties and Interest Groups
Political Party
Democratic Republicans (1790s - 1820s)
Federalists (1790s - 1820s)
Jacksonian Democrats (1828-1856)
A group that seeks to elect candidates to public office. A gr…
First organized party in American history, made up of Jeffers…
Followers of Hamilton and supporters of the new Constitution.…
Supported voting rights for all white males, opposed the nati…
Political Party
A group that seeks to elect candidates to public office. A gr…
Democratic Republicans (1790s - 1820s)
First organized party in American history, made up of Jeffers…
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Parties & Interest Groups - Chapter 8 || AP Government and Politics
linkage institutions
conservative
liberal ideology
libertarian
The channels or access points through which issues and people…
A political ideology whose advocates believe in personal resp…
A political ideology whose advocates prefer a government acti…
Those who seek to maximize autonomy and freedom of choice, em…
linkage institutions
The channels or access points through which issues and people…
conservative
A political ideology whose advocates believe in personal resp…
37 terms
Ch 7 American Government & Politics: Parties (No Interest Groups)
Independent
Political Party
Faction
Functions of Political Parties
a voter or candidate who does not identify with a political p…
a group of political activists who organize to win elections,…
a group or bloc in a legislature or political party acting in…
1. recruiting candidates for public office 2. organizing and…
Independent
a voter or candidate who does not identify with a political p…
Political Party
a group of political activists who organize to win elections,…
US Government and Politics Quiz- Political Parties/Interest Groups
By which kind of ballot do Californian…
High levels of military spending, cuts…
Franklin D. Roosevelt, elected preside…
Third parties are usually short lived.…
blanket ballot
Republican Party
Democratic Party
-single member district plurality systems make it more diffic…
By which kind of ballot do Californian…
blanket ballot
High levels of military spending, cuts…
Republican Party
AP Government: Interest Groups
Interest group
Pluralist theory
Elite theory
Hyperpluralist theory
An organization of people with shared policy goals entering t…
A theory of government and politics emphasizing that many gro…
A theory of government and politics contending that an upper-…
A theory of government and politics contending that groups ar…
Interest group
An organization of people with shared policy goals entering t…
Pluralist theory
A theory of government and politics emphasizing that many gro…
16 terms
AP Government Key Terms: Political parties, interest groups, and mass media
political party
plurality election
single-member district
party era
a group of citizens who organize to win elections, hold publi…
the winning candidate is the person who receives more votes t…
an electoral district form which one person is chosen by vote…
an historical period dominated by one political party
political party
a group of citizens who organize to win elections, hold publi…
plurality election
the winning candidate is the person who receives more votes t…
9 terms
Political Parties & Interest Groups
influence
coalitions
third party
platform
have an effect on
teams made up of several parties that join together for a com…
party other than the republican and democrat parties
statement of issues that the party supports
influence
have an effect on
coalitions
teams made up of several parties that join together for a com…
11 terms
Political Parties and Interest Groups
Political Party
Major Parties
Minor Party
Two party system
Group of people who seek to control the government by winning…
Republicans and Democrats
Political party that is not widely supported
Political system dominated by two parties
Political Party
Group of people who seek to control the government by winning…
Major Parties
Republicans and Democrats
35 terms
interest groups and political groups
1. What is an Interest Group?
2. Lobbyist:
3. Free-Rider Problem:
4. Types of Interest Groups:
A group of organized individuals attempting to influence poli…
An individual hired by an Interest Group to affect passage, d…
When benefits of interest groups are gained without joining t…
Economic, Environmental, Public-Interest, Single Interest, Id…
1. What is an Interest Group?
A group of organized individuals attempting to influence poli…
2. Lobbyist:
An individual hired by an Interest Group to affect passage, d…
AP Government Interest Groups
AARP
Council on Foreign Relations
ABA
ACLU
Advocates for people over 50.
Independent think tank promoting understanding of world issues
Association representing professional interests of lawyers
Focuses on protecting civil liberties, mostly through litigat…
AARP
Advocates for people over 50.
Council on Foreign Relations
Independent think tank promoting understanding of world issues
31 terms
AP Government: Interest Groups
K Street
Lobbyist
Interest Group
Solidary Incentives
A shorthand term for Washington lobbyists, derived from the n…
someone who tries to persuade legislators to vote for bills t…
an organization of people sharing a common interest or goal t…
the social rewards (sense of pleasure, status, or companionsh…
K Street
A shorthand term for Washington lobbyists, derived from the n…
Lobbyist
someone who tries to persuade legislators to vote for bills t…
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