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PSCI 2305 US Political Behavior and Policy is a Political Science course at UNT. 3 elite notetakers have produced 11 study materials for this Political Science course.
These notes illustrate this class's definition of public opinion and attitude, as well as their defining characteristics.
These are class notes from Week 5 of US government excluding Friday September 29th as there was no class that day. These notes cover interest groups, lobbying and theories of government and politics.
These notes cover the material covered 10/2, 10/4, and 10/6. These notes cover Political parties and factions and how each function. These notes also talk about the history of Political parties.
Exam 2 Study guide, Part 1
These notes cover the material discussed on 10/9, 10/11, and 10/13. These notes cover Campaigns and how they work. This also covers the different types of campaigns. This covers the different outlets for coverage on campaigns and the type of political advertising used to gather voters.
These notes cover the material covered on 10/16, 10/18, 10/20. These notes cover elections and how elections work. This also covers examples on how election practices changed over the years.
These notes cover the material discussed on 10/23, 10/25, and 10/27. These notes cover Media in Campaigns, Agenda-setting, priming and framing.
These notes cover the material discussed 10/30, 11/1 and 11/3. These notes cover public policies, agendas and linkage institution.
This study guide covers the material discussed from week 5 to week 10. Week 11 right before the exam there's a movie we have to watch in the week and I will update this study guide with those notes.
These notes cover what was discussed on 11/13, 11/15 and 11/17. They cover U.S. Foreign Policy and the tools used to help these policies function to the best of their ability.
These notes cover the material discussed on 11/20. The rest of the week was canceled due to Thanksgiving break. These notes discuss the Texas government throughout the years and the different political parties that took over in recent years.
These notes cover the material discussed on 11/27, 11/29, and 12/1. These notes cover political parties in Texas and Texas voting and campaign laws.
This study guide covers the comprehensive material that is going to be on the final exam. These cover from what this class is about all the way to Texas politics.
Hey guys, so if you are looking to do the extra credit due on Sunday, January 21st, here is a little recap and breakdown of what the two readings were about. These readings are different perspectives a
Hi guys! These are chapter 1 notes from the book. I don't think she will go over the reading in class but much of the things she talks about in the lecture slides are covered in the book with more deta
Hey guys, this is the study guide she posted! I'll add more to it for the week 4 notes but here it is from the study guide she gave us. This is our first exam so I did it based on her study guide but for the next exams, I'll be making my own study guides that will be more thorough and cover more. For now, I hope this helps!
Hey guys, this section was about public opinion and how it politicians handle it. It also covered more about ideologies and partisianships. I will be adding notes about the book chapters to don't rely on these too much as these are just class notes!
These documents contain material from the last 3 classes (Federalism, Public Opinion, and Constitutionalism). I only included points from the lectures that I felt was the most important as well as explanations said during class that wasn't directly in the presentation!
This study guide covers material covered in class and within the textbook. On subjects that I felt were reiterated in his lectures I made sure to go a little bit more in depth. I will be editing the study guide up to the day before the exam, but mainly to just add anything I might've missed that he will be covering the class prior to our exam!
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These notes cover material over Political Participation.
This sheet will constantly be updated throughout the semester since they are assigned as daily assignments. There are answers, and a link connected to each day to make the weekly quizzes easier when using this guide.