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