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