Walking around the streets of Lawrence and knocking on random doors until you get answers from various demographic groups.
Going to the mall and asking people if they would like to participate as they walk by.
Selecting people from a list using a random number generator.
Selecting the first 1,500 people listed on Facebook, Twitter, or LinkedIn.
Redistricting is the drawing of electoral boundaries and reapportionment is the distribution of seats in legislature.
This means that changes occur over time and with it ideas and rules should also change to fit society’s needs.
It can be amended to meet the growing needs examples the 13th through 15th amendment were added after the civil war because we had new needs that needed to be supported.
The S.C is like an umpire because it they have the power to decide what is wrong and what is right, when a controversial conflict arises to achieve social change.
She is wrong she sampled a small amount of people in Massachusetts, which does not represent the population properly.
Her margin of error also does not work out correctly there is no clear majority
Socioeconomic status means a measure of a person’s work experience and social position based on income/ occupation and education. Yes this affects who votes because if you have a low socioeconomic status you are more likely to believe your vote doesn’t matter. Therefore, voters with a higher socioeconomic status tend to vote more.
The four stages of public policy making are problem identification, policy options and objectives (policy making), policy implementation, and policy evaluation. The most important stage is the second stage because if the law is not written correctly it would be damaging to the public.
The principal-agent problem exemplified between the President and Congress is conflicting desires. The president may order Congress to carry out a certain act but Congress ma wish to do something different.
This can be alleviated by monitoring and correcting mistakes made. An example is NASA; the supervisors had certain gals and the employees had separate goals that did not match up. There was also a lack of monitoring.
The main prominent voting models are partisan, retrospective, spatial, and directional. The partisan model theory states that people vote based on their registered political party. In contrast a retrospective voter will based on the prior actions of the candidates. The spatial model theory states people vote based on the candidates focus on issues. They sought to vote for a candidate that has similar ideologies as them. In a slight contrast a directional voter will also sought to vote for a candidate will similar ideology as theirs;however, they are more flexible. The candidates ideology does not have to have the same ideology at the moment.
A request to change state law decided by Senators
Laws proposed by the citizens that end up on ballots
A request to change federal law put on a ballot for voter approval
A law that was first proposed by the legislature that is put on a ballot for voter approval
People magazine only reports on stories that will sell a lot of magazines.
ABC News reports on Trump’s activities during the week but only focuses on his golfing activities.
A story about a woman who kills her husband in self-defense.
A young man is accused of a crime he did not commit, and he goes on the run to prove his innocence.
Strict is for race and intermediate is for gender.
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