Subject:
Government
Material Type:
Unit of Study
Level:
Community College / Lower Division, College / Upper Division
Tags:
Framing, Issue Network, First-past-the-post, Public Relations, Agenda Setting, Priming, Equal-time Rule, Pluralists, Personal Politics, Purposive Incentives, Polarization, Neopluralists, Collective Good, Yellow Journalism, Legislative Liaison, Solidary Incentives, Lobbying, Free-rider Problem, Mass Media, Party Realignment, Divided Government, Astroturf Movement, Interest Groups, Gerrymandering, Party Platform, Plurality Voting, Membership Organization, Citizens United, Indecency Regulation, Majoritarian Voting, Redistricting, Efficacy, Reporter’s Privilege, Critical Election, Political Parties, Material Incentives, Proportional Representation, Inside Lobbying, Third Parties, Muckraking, Majority Party, Party Organization, Party-in-the-electorate, Lobbyist, Bipartisanship, Media, Moderate, Beat, Cultivation Theory, Iron Triangle, Hypodermic Theory, Two-party System, Libel, Citizen Journalism, In-house Lobbyist, Outside Lobbying, Soft Money, Particularized Benefit, Disturbance Theory, Political Machine, Journalism, Sunshine Laws, Fragmentation, Slander, Party Polarization, Party Press Area, Prior Restraint, Precinct, Party Identifiers, Public Interest Group, Minimal Effects Theory, Soft News, Grassroots Movement, Association, Minority Party, Safe Seat, Freedom of Information Act, Revolving Door Laws, Party-in-government, Sorting, Voting Cues, Reappointment, Fairness Doctrine, Contract Lobbyist, Elite Critique, Digital Paywall
License:
http://creativecommons.org/licenses/by/4.0/