Many countries have gone through various ways of governing-

Many countries have gone through various ways of governing-by one, by a group, or by the people. Pick one developing country. Examine this country’s political history and current barriers in developing their democracy. Create a concise argument on the type of democracy they should institute and why.

Use the following list to select your developing country:

https://www.usaid.gov/sites/default/files/documents/1876/310mab.pdf (Links to an external site.)Links to an external site.

Question requirements attached in document

Book attached in document—Magstadt, T. M. (2017). Understanding politics: Ideas, institutions, and issues. Australia: Cengage Learning.

In this class we have identified as one of our objectives t

In this class we have identified as one of our objectives the ability to fully engage, in critical ways, popular culture and its influence upon our political selves, our political sensibilities. With our focus on “deep differences” we find ourselves examining both documentary and feature-length film texts.

In 300-500 words share whether or not you believe the assigned documentary film text (bell hooks’ Cutural Criticism and Transformation) has the potential to transform one’s political sensibilities. And, if you believe that your personal political sensibilities have been (re)shaped or transformed by a particular film and/or style of film, say so. Again, the objective here is to share your thoughts pertaining to the major thesis presented in Democracy and Difference.

FIRST DISCUSSION: explain how conservatism and socialism ar

FIRST DISCUSSION: explain how conservatism and socialism are incorporated in the Us political system. Use evidence (cite sources) to support your response from assigned readings or online lessons and at least one scholarly source

SECOND DISCUSSION: explain one of the perfect political systems of Plato, Aristotle, Bacon, Marx or skinner. Use evidence (cite sources) to support your response form assigned reading or online lessons, and at least one outside scholarly source

300 words each

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unfortunately we could not afford the textbook “understanding politics: ideas institutions and issues 12th edition by Thomas magstadt

Throughout the course, we have seen many challenges to demo

Throughout the course, we have seen many challenges to democracy in the U.S. & California political systems. We have also seen that in the past such challenges have been overcome by the workings of our institutions and processes. From the topics below, choose 2 topics and discuss how they have either helped or hindered democracy. Do you think that your evidence shows that the U.S. and California now fulfill the ideals of democracy or do there need to be reforms of these areas in order to achieve democracy? Submit a copy on Canvas & bring a copy to the final exam time. Word limit: 1,500. Do not use outside materials!
The Presidency & the California Executive

The Courts

Interest groups

Voting & elections

Political parties

Social movements

Political Science When the Framers were designing the fe

Political Science

When the Framers were designing the federal government, they believed that the House of Representatives would be “the people’s” branch of government, most in touch with and responsive to the varied and changing needs of the people. Many analysts today might describe the House as the “insiders’ branch”, distant from and responsive to special interests.

For the essay portion on the final, you will take a position on the “people’s branch” vs. “insiders’ branch” debate by assessing the public’s role in congressional decision-making in the modern House of Representatives.

You can do so by:

First, explain why legislators may not listen to all constituents all the time.

Second, explain how policymaking processes might make it difficult for the public to monitor and evaluate the House.

Third, explain why partisan gerrymandering and polarization may make representatives less responsive to their constituents back home.

POLI330 Week 4 Quiz Latest 2018 Question Question

POLI330 Week 4 Quiz Latest 2018

Question

Question 1

3 / 3 pts

(TCO 3) Explain which individuals have the most influence on politics via interest groups.

Women

The elderly

A wide variety of people

Rich individuals

Question 2

3 / 3 pts

(TCO 3) Why did the 2010 healthcare reform bill contain no provision for public insurance options?

The insurance industry blocked the Democrats’ efforts for a public option.

The people had no desire for a public option.

Democrats were not interested in a public option.

Farmers, heavily invested in the insurance industry, blocked them

Question 3

3 / 3 pts

(TCO 3) A great deal of legislation originates in _____.

economic downturns

corporate boardrooms

specialized agencies

secret

Question 4

3 / 3 pts

(TCO 3) Some interest groups maintain a low profile by promoting their objectives without _____ them.

lobbying for

fully funding

advertising

openly debating

Question 5

3 / 3 pts

(TCO 3) By welcoming new groups into their ranks, parties _____.

rob those groups of their individual interests and concerns

give groups a pragmatic and psychological stake in the overall political system

establish a monocultural dependence on the party system

enhance political hegemony by disenfranchising voters outside of these groups

Question 6

3 / 3 pts

(TCO 3) The American electoral system is based on the British “first past the post” (FPTP) system, named so because _____.

third parties can“post” to earn representation

major parties are subject to intense scrutiny by third parties

it resembles a horse race; even a nose better wins

it tends to promote more equal representation

Question 7

3 / 3 pts

(TCO 3) Which of the following is an advantage to having less powerful, less centralized parties?

Fluid and flexible parties may be better able to process demands from a wider range of citizens.

Multiple party platforms possess greater persuasive abilities over the general public.

Parties can form a stronger organizational identity based around a single, cohesive ideology.

Third parties can effectively shoot for power grabs at legislative seats.

Question 8

3 / 3 pts

(TCO 3) Why do Americans vote so little?

Typically, given the enormous number of immigrants the United States plays host to, most U.S.nonvoters are poorly versed in the tradition of voting, and are therefore are largely unengaged by most elections.

Typically, more than half of U.S. nonvoters say they that while they are interested in and satisfied with candidates, they still feel that their vote makes no difference or that none of the candidates are really good, and the two large parties may not offer an interesting or clear-cut choice.

Typically, most U.S.nonvoters say they are uninterested in or dissatisfied with candidates, feeling their vote makes no difference or that none of the candidates are really good, and the two large parties may not offer an interesting or clear-cut choice.

Typically, most U.S.voters find it impossible to convince others to vote, despite the fact that nonvoters are most likely to vote if convinced by those close to them.

Question 9

3 / 3 pts

(TCO 3) What was the relationship between African American voting rates and Barack Obama’s run for president?

African American voting rates rose to those of white voters as African American income and education levels rose.

African American voting rates unexpectedly remained far below those of white voters as African American income and education levels remained steady.

African American voting rates rose to those of Hispanic voters as African American income and education levels rose.

African American voting rates fell unexpectedly below those of white voters despite African American income and education levels rising.

Question 10

3 / 3 pts

(TCO 3) Why is it that in most of the world, cities have higher turnouts than rural areas?

Partly because those who live rurally tend to feel less enfranchised

Partly because urbanites have higher education levels on average

Partly because people who have lived in the same place are less likely to vote than are transients or newcomers

Partly because men tend to vote more than women

What is the difference between “Classical Liberalism” as a

What is the difference between “Classical Liberalism” as a concept and being considered a “Liberal” on the U.S. Political Spectrum?
Ronald Reagan believed in small government. Based on my lecture, how was his belief somewhat, not entirely, contradictory?
Based on my lecture, how did the ideologies of President George H.W. Bush and President George W. Bush differ?
Based on my lecture, which parts of Communism and Marxism are arguably still relevant today and which part(s) are not?

Political Ideology is defined as a cohesive set of beliefs

Political Ideology is defined as a cohesive set of beliefs that forms a general philosophy about the role of government. It is essential to understand not only the basic competing ideologies in American political culture, but the nuanced application, interpretation and in fact, perversion of these terms and concepts. It is important to understand these dynamics in order to make sense of the various political behavior that pervades our society. The subject of political ideology is addressed in Chapter #6 later in the semester. However, it has general relevance in all aspects of the study of American and California government and specific and greater relevance in some areas more than others. It also has specific relevance to many of the concepts and themes addressed in Chapter #8. At the heart of competing ideologies is the following question: What is the proper role and size of government? When we talk of the size of government we are talking about the amount and types of laws passed by government; the nature and scope of policies and involvement of government; the level of power of government; the amount of people, funding and overall infrastructure of government. The answer to this over arching question can inform us of where someone stands in their political ideology. Below, you will find a video lecture that has been broken into three parts. The lecture introduces students to political ideology and the political spectrum. Your assignment begins by having you watch that lecture and then answering some related questions. The lecture totals about one hour. The lecture posted below includes closed captioning. Unfortunately, the captioning obscures the term “Republican Party” on the bottom of the chart. FYI. (Because the video lectures are lengthy, this assignment is not due until the end of week #2. All other assignments in this Module are due as otherwise instructed.)Once you have watched the video lectures I want you to answer and submit the following questions (By clicking on the hyperlink above):

What is the difference between “Classical Liberalism” as a concept and being considered a “Liberal” on the U.S. Political Spectrum?
Ronald Reagan believed in small government. Based on my lecture, how was his belief somewhat, not entirely, contradictory?
Based on my lecture, how did the ideologies of President George H.W. Bush and President George W. Bush differ?
Based on my lecture, which parts of Communism and Marxism are arguably still relevant today and which part(s) are not?
What is the proper role of government for the United States?
1.https://youtu.be/lV0Foyx-hlY

2.https://youtu.be/iVOFy-BNveo

3.https://youtu.be/0NDerm8vYxw