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three schools of thought (outlook on parties) washington, maddisonian, van buren
two views on american public minniamlist, challenges to minnimalists
what press do 1. public surviellence 2.private surviellence 3.screening and interpretation 4.provide info 5.agenda setting 6.priming 7.framing
biaceys in media 1.spin 2.selection bias
campell et al looked at: pid/canidate evaluation/issue positions
what media does 1.dictates correct behavior 2.guards and sets political norms 3.make believe media have become suppliers of political norms 4.fastest way to disperse info into society 5.reach large audiences
converse 5 clear cut categories 1.ideologues 2.near ideologues 3.group adherance 4.nature of times 5.no interest
four criteria used for expectation 1.standing canidate has in polls 2.support an issue or candidate has from party activists 3.ability candidate or issue has to raise $ 4.subjective impressions
obstacles 1.disenfranchisement 2.distance 3.registration 4.illiterate 5.when,who,where to vote 6.media coverage 7.politics is like sausage 8.ballot construction
problems with beaurcracy 1.accountability 2.expansionary tendencies 3.difficulty measuring performance 4.responsiveess 5.physical integrety 6.pres acquenence 7.impossibilty of tasks
why do pll vote/not vote (two schools of thought) exonomic or rational, physcological
converse findings: ppl have minimal levels of political tension, ppl have minimal mastery of abstract political concepts, minimal stability of preferences, minimal level of issue constraints
who votes (the 60%) old ppl, rich ppl, educated ppl, core, peripheral
Created by: fall2011