Notes From the Text 7
Notes From the Text 7 130
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Date Created: 10/06/16
Political Science 130:4 Professor Wheeler September 26-30, 2016 Political Participation. *Test question Behavior by those outside government designed to influence the sections of government officials and the policies they make. o Conventional. Legal and encouraged. defined by government Voting. Writing political officials or Congress. Joining a political party. Any political participation in the community. o Borderline. Legal, but not encouraged. Protests. Marches. Rallies. o Unconventional. Illegal and unencouraged. Who participates? o S.E.S. model. Income. Education. = Participation Occupational status. (vice versa) o Other factors. Mobility. How frequently one moves from place-to-place. Register to vote. Mobility= Participation Age. Partisanship. Organizational Involvement. Electoral As thistion. = Efficacy. What you are doing is important and matters. Individual trait. If you think your vote matters, you go and vote. Mobilization. Encourage people to vote. People might participate if they are mobilized too. Mobilize those you think will be your supporters. Why participate? o Instrumental. 1 Political Science 130:4 Professor Wheeler September 26-30, 2016 People decide if they are going to participate in politics: “Rational actors”. o Cost/ Benefits. Time Policies o Symbolic. Sense of pride and patriotism. The duty and right(s) we fought for. Voting. o While S.E.S = Voting Why? Voting doesn’t count. Rigged. Too busy. Don’t care/ not interested. Don’t like either candidate. Registration. System eliminate electoral competition. o Improve voting turnout. Voting online. No more Electoral College. By mail. Use money or incentives. Punish make voting mandatory. Betting. Voting more than once a day/ week/ weekend. Easy registration. Automatic registration. Eliminate registration. Same day registration. o Issues. o Political party as a whole. #1 predictor. o Candidate appeals. Motivates people to vote for that person or party. Things that range from interrupting to really anything else. o Campaign. Doesn’t always have to associate with Presidential. 2
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