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Haylee O'Hara
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This 2 page Class Notes was uploaded by Haylee O'Hara on Sunday September 27, 2015. The Class Notes belongs to POL S 241 at Iowa State University taught by Staff in Fall. Since its upload, it has received 20 views. For similar materials see /class/214556/pol-s-241-iowa-state-university in Political Science at Iowa State University.




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Date Created: 09/27/15
Political Culture Sodaro s components values as political ideals eg liberty amp individualism v belonging amp community moral norms eg giftgiving v corruption beliefs about politics eg adversarial v consensual Reflected is mass attitudesquot measured by public opinion surveys dominant political culture v political subcultures What Does Political Culture Explain Democratic consolidation Tocqueville s Democracy in America Democratic participation Almond amp Verba s Civic Culture Institutional performance Putnam s Making Democracy Work Problems with Political Culture Laitin 1995 poor predictive record eg Italy had no civic culture tautological use eg political culture explains the subjective attitudes of citizens conceptually fuzzy variable how do you define and measure it o Putnam s measure of civic community draws on newspaper readership association membership and turnout for referenda 0 Does that capture the qualitative aspect of community Difficult to measure across polities Dataless distortion of PC civilizations Political Socialization how are political cultures transmitted how do political cultures shape attitudes and political conduct and decisions Social Psychology Approaches Adorno s authoritarian personality Festingers cognitive dissonance Political Ideologies Ideologies are systems of political thinking loose or rigid deliberate or unintended through which individuals and groups construct an understanding of the political world they or those who preoccupy their thoughts inhabit and then act on that understanding Michael Freeden Nationalism is a political ideology taking a variety of forms 0 nationalist ideologies rather than the nationalist ideology General Political Ideologies Sodaro O O O O Liberalism Socialism Fascism Islam Is this set sufficient O 0 Are all forms of authoritarian rule Fascism Are laissezfaire liberalism and social welfare liberalism similar enough politically to be usefully grouped intellectually


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