Subject:
Arts and Humanities
Material Type:
Unit of Study
Tags:
Journalism, Lobbyist, Third Parties, Party Realignment, Sunshine Laws, Personal Politics, Bipartisanship, Citizens United, Divided Government, Minority Party, Polarization, Fragmentation, Efficacy, Political Parties, Iron Triangle, Contract Lobbyist, Cultivation Theory, Citizen Journalism, Disturbance Theory, Pluralists, Party Press Area, Beat, Prior Restraint, Majority Party, Elite Critique, Soft News, Plurality Voting, Agenda Setting, Free-rider Problem, Astroturf Movement, Sorting, Two-party System, Legislative Liaison, First-past-the-post, Majoritarian Voting, Critical Election, Party Organization, Neopluralists, Party Platform, Precinct, Party Polarization, Interest Groups, Priming, Digital Paywall, Association, Outside Lobbying, In-house Lobbyist, Slander, Grassroots Movement, Hypodermic Theory, Public Relations, Party-in-the-electorate, Freedom of Information Act, Moderate, Party-in-government, Revolving Door Laws, Indecency Regulation, Gerrymandering, Purposive Incentives, Collective Good, Public Interest Group, Membership Organization, Mass Media, Libel, Yellow Journalism, Particularized Benefit, Safe Seat, Redistricting, Party Identifiers, Issue Network, Reappointment, Framing, Reporter’s Privilege, Political Machine, Lobbying, Solidary Incentives, Fairness Doctrine, Equal-time Rule, Voting Cues, Media, Muckraking, Minimal Effects Theory, Inside Lobbying, Soft Money, Material Incentives, Proportional Representation
License:
http://creativecommons.org/licenses/by/4.0/