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