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Notes From the Text 6

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This 1 page Class Notes was uploaded by Rachel Rusnak on Thursday October 6, 2016. The Class Notes belongs to 130 at Ball State University taught by Wheeler in Summer 2015. Since its upload, it has received 7 views. For similar materials see American National Government in Political Science at Ball State University.

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Date Created: 10/06/16
Political Science 130:4 Professor Wheeler September 19-24, 2016 Public Opinion. 1. Political Culture. a. Broadly shared values, beliefs, and attitudes about the political system. i. Generalizations of the U.S. (core values). 1. Individual liberty. 2. Political opportunity. 3. Equality of opportunity. 4. Rule of law. {Impact the2. Political Ideology. decisions we a. Coherent way about the role of government in society. make} i. Socialist. 1. Use government for economic equality. 2. Control the government. 3. Want a large government role in economics. 4. Pass government policies. ii. Liberals. 1. Use government to promote economic equality. 2. Take money from those who work and give it to those whot should/ can’t. should not do?} 3. Not use government for social reasoning. iii. Conservatives. 1. Use government for social issues. 2. Shy away from government in economic area. iv. Libertarians. 1. Use government as little as possible. 2. Not impose on social issues or economic issues. 3. Do recognize a role of government. 3. Political Sociology. a. Process with which we learn about politics and develop political beliefs. i. Ages: impact differently. 1. *Family. 2. Media- opinion schemas. 3. Peers. 4. School- explicit ways. 4. Public Opinion Awareness. a. Attentive Public (5%). i. Active, informed and educated about politics. ii. Their opinion matters to the rest of society. b. Issue Public (20%). i. Educated/ active in that issue of politics. c. Mass Public (75%). i. Largely uneducated and uninterested in politics. 5. Bias. a. Margin of error.


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