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Chapter 5 Vo

Chapter 5 Vocabulary

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A measure of one's social standing obtained by combining factors such as education, income, and occupation. Social Status
The moral teachings of religious institutions on religious, social, and economic issues. Religious Tradition
The difference in political views between men and women. Gender Gap
A person who favors a more active federal government for regulating business, supporting social welfare, and protecting minority rights, but who prefers less regulation of private social conduct. Liberal
person who favors a more limited and local government, less government regulation of markets, more social conformity to traditional norms and values and tougher policies towards criminals. Conservative
A more or less consistent set of views as to the policies government ought to pursue. Political Ideology
Conservative on economic matters and liberal on social ones Libertarians
Liberal on economic matters and conservative on social ones Populists
People who have disproportionate amount of some valued resource. Political Elite
Standard of right or proper conduct. Norm
A survey of public opinion. Poll
A sample selected in such a way that any member of the population being surveyed has an equal chance of being interviewed. Random Sample
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