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This document covers the topics Professor Morra told us to study in preparation for the first exam.
Study guide pertaining to second exam for Principles of American Government (Political Science 2310) taught by Professor Sherri Mora
These notes were covered on the first day of class and include a roadmap of our political system, and the context of our system.
These notes cover lectures from Tuesday 1/23 and Thursday 1/25. Mainly going over ideologies and democracy.
these notes cover what is going to be on the next exam
These notes cover what was discussed in class during week 3. Main topics include the Constitution and the importance of federalism.
This study guide thoroughly answers the questions from the study guide for test one given by Dr. Opheim.
These notes cover what was taught in class 2/6 and a small review for the test on 2/8.
These notes cover the first week of Unit 2, including linkage institutions and political parties.
These notes cover the material from week 6, including local party organizations and interest groups.
These notes continue on interest groups and voting.
This is the completed study guide.
These notes cover week 9 material (no information was covered in week 8- class was cancelled then there was a test). The material includes the American presidency and the different roles the president plays.
These notes cover week 10 material, including more information on the presidency and how Congress works.
These notes review the powers of Congress and begins notes on the court system.
These notes finish the slides over the federal judiciary. There's not much because there is a test on Thursday 4/12.
These notes cover Texas politics.
These notes cover the Texas Legislature and Judiciary. These are the last notes of the semester.
This study guide contains detailed answers to the study guide Dr. Opheim provided as well as extra information that has been reviewed throughout the class and stressed heavily in lectures, making it prime material for the final.
Exam 1,2,3, and 4 material