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POLI 340 - Poli Sci Exam 2 Study Guide - Study Guide

School: University of South Carolina - Columbia
Department: Science
Course: The Conduct and Formulation of United States Foreign Policy
Professor: TOBIAS HEINRICH
Term: Spring 2018
Tags: Politics, political science 6, political science, executive branch politics, executive, executive functions, midterm, terrorism, Theory, Congress, study, congruent, Sympathizers, authoritarianism, and Contract Paradox
Name: Poli Sci Exam 2 Study Guide
Description: Agenda Setting, Log Rolling, Contract Paradox , and Webber’s Types of Ruling. Here are the definitions, theories and concepts covered in the second section of poli 340.
Uploaded: 03/23/2018
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background image Study Guide for Formulation and Conduct of U.S. Foreign Policy Exam  Exam 2: Wednesday, March 28, 2018 to Monday, April 2, 2018 Definitions ­ Agenda Setting • Affects what is betting discussed ­ Log Rolling • Mutual praise for each others work • Trading favors/votes between congressmen ­ Policing (Passed Laws) • Chose levels of specificity in instructions 
• Longer bills
• Make everyone obey everything right from the start
• More costly
­ Fire Alarms (Passed Laws) • Let things happen until someone complains ­ When the fire alarm is pulled congress will take action  • Parliament ­ Congress • Aid Contracts ­ Contracts with private domestic companies in order to support/supply foreign countries • Bureaucrats ­ Unelected
­ Permanent position
­ Delegated Authority
­ Office holds power, not necessarily the person
• Trustee ­ Makes decision on behalf of voters • Delegate
• Votes/makes the decision that the votes want/ask for
background image ­ Congruence • Degree of match between a politician and ______ ­ Public Good • Non­rivalrous
• Non­excludable
­ Terrorism • Unlawful use of violence or intimidation in pursuit of political aims ­ Sympathizers • Share terrorists grievances against the government but may or may not be violent ­ Authoritarianism • Preference for order and structure Theories ­ Contract Paradox • collective preference can by cyclic even if preferences of individual voters are not ­ Arrows’ Impossibility Theorem • It is impossible to have all four mechanisms at once ­ non­dictatorship ­ unrestricted domain
­ independence
­ unanimity ­ Collective Action • The more people need for “x” to succeed the more likely it will happen
• small groups have an advantage 
• Probability of success is K/N ­ K — # of people needed for X to work ­ N — total # of people  Concepts ­ Transitivity

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School: University of South Carolina - Columbia
Department: Science
Course: The Conduct and Formulation of United States Foreign Policy
Professor: TOBIAS HEINRICH
Term: Spring 2018
Tags: Politics, political science 6, political science, executive branch politics, executive, executive functions, midterm, terrorism, Theory, Congress, study, congruent, Sympathizers, authoritarianism, and Contract Paradox
Name: Poli Sci Exam 2 Study Guide
Description: Agenda Setting, Log Rolling, Contract Paradox , and Webber’s Types of Ruling. Here are the definitions, theories and concepts covered in the second section of poli 340.
Uploaded: 03/23/2018
3 Pages 31 Views 24 Unlocks
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