Government in America People, Politics, and Policy 16th Edition, AP Edition 2014

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1 A Correlation of 16th Edition, AP Edition 2014 Advanced Placement U.S. Government and Politics AP is a trademark registered and/or owned by the College Board, which was not involved in the production of, and does not endorse, this product.

2 A Correlation of, I. Constitutional Underpinnings of United States Government A. Considerations that influenced the formulation and adoption of the Constitution Chapter 1: Introducing Government in America, 2 31; Chapter 2: The Constitution, 32 71; Chapter 3: Federalism, ; Chapter 4: Civil Liberties and Public Policy, ; Chapter 5: Civil Rights and Public Policy, ; Chapter 16: Economic and Social Welfare Policymaking, The Origins of the Constitution, 35 40; The Government That Failed, 40 43; Making a constitution: The Philadelphia Convention, 44 45; Critical Issues at the Convention, 45 50; The Madisonian System, 50 53; Ratifying the Constitution, 54 57; Review the Chapter, B. Separation of powers Separation of Powers, C. Check and balances Check and Balances, D. Federalism 52, Federalism, 72 75; Defining Federalism, 75 76; The Constitutional Basis of Federalism, 77 84; Intergovernmental Relations, 84 93; Diversity in Policy, 94 95; Understanding Federalism, ; Review the Chapter, E. Theories of democratic government Democracy in America, II. Political Beliefs and Behaviors A. Beliefs that citizens hold about the U.S. government and its leaders Chapter 1: Introducing Government in America, 2 31; Chapter 6: Public Opinion and Political Action, ; Chapter 8: Political Parties, ; Chapter 9: Campaigns and Voting Behavior, ; Chapter 10: Interest Groups, American Political Culture and Democracy, 20 23, Measuring Public Opinion and Political Information, ; What Americans Value: Political Ideologies, ; Understanding Public Opinion and Political Action,

3 A Correlation of, B. Processes by which citizens learn about politics C. The nature, sources, and consequences of public opinion D. The ways in which citizens vote and otherwise participate in political life E. Factors that influence citizens to differ from one another in terms of political beliefs and behaviors How Americans Learn About Politics: Political Socialization, ; How Americans Participate in Politics, ; Understanding Public Opinion and Political Action, Public Opinion and Political Action, ; The American People, ; How Americans Learn About Politics: Political Socialization, ; Measuring Public Opinion and Political Information, ; What Americans Value: Political Ideologies, ; How Americans Participate in Politics, ; Understanding Public Opinion and Political Action, ; Review the Chapter, Election Turnout, 5-9; Politics, 11-14; How Americans Participate in Politics, ; The Nomination Game, ; The Campaign Game, ; The Impact of Campaigns, 307; Whether to Vote: A Citizen s First Choice, ; How Americans Vote: Explaining Citizens Decisions, ; Understanding Campaigns and Voter Behavior, ; Review the Chapter, A Culture War? 23 24; How Americans Learn About Politics: Political Socialization, ; What Americans Value: Political Ideologies,

4 A Correlation of, III. Political Parties, Interest Groups, and Mass Media Chapter 7: The Mass Media and the Public Agenda, ; Chapter 8: Political Parties, ; Chapter 9: Campaigns and Voting Behavior, ; Chapter 10: Interest Groups, ; Chapter 11: Congress, ; Chapter 12: The Presidency, ; Chapter 14: The Federal Bureaucracy, ; Chapter 17: Policymaking for Health Care, the Environment, and Energy, A. Political parties and elections Political Parties, ; The Meaning of Party, ; The Party and the Electorate, ; The Party Organization: From the Grass Roots to Washington, ; The Party in Government: Promises and Policy, ; Party Eras in American History, ; Third Parties: Their Impact on American Politics, ; Understanding Political Parties, ; Review the Chapter, ; Campaigns and Voting Behavior, ; The Nomination Game, ; The Campaign Game, ; The Impact of Campaigns, 307; Whether to Vote: A Citizen s First Choice, ; How Americans Vote: Explaining Citizens Decisions, ; The Last Battle: The Electoral College, ; Understanding Campaigns and Voter Behavior, ; Review the Chapter, Functions The Meaning of Party, ; The Party and the Electorate, ; Party Eras in American History, ; Campaigns and Voting Behavior, ; The Nomination Game, ; The Campaign Game, ; The Impact of Campaigns, 307; The Last Battle: The Electoral College, Organization The Party Organization: From the Grass Roots to Washington, ; How Americans Vote: Explaining Citizens Decisions, ; The Last Battle: The Electoral College,

5 A Correlation of, 3. Development Party Eras in American History, ; Third Parties: Their Impact on American Politics, ; Understanding Political Parties, Effects on the political process Tasks of the Parties, ; The Party in Government: Promises and Policy, ; Understanding Political Parties, ; Party, Constituency, and Ideology, ; Party Leadership, Electoral laws and systems The Nomination Game, ; The Last Battle: The Electoral College, ; Congressional Elections, B. Interest groups, including political action committees (PACs) Interest Groups, ; The Role of Interest Groups, ; Theories of Interest Group Politics, ; How Groups Try to Shape Policy, ; Types of Interest Groups, ; Understanding Interest Groups, ; Review the Chapter, The range of interests represented Types of Interest Groups, The activities of interest groups The Role of Interest Groups, ; Theories of Interest Group Politics, ; How Groups Try to Shape Policy, ; Understanding Interest Groups, The effects of interest groups on political process 4. The unique characteristics and roles of PACs in the political process Regulations on Campaign Contributions, ; Regulations on Independent Political Campaigns, 306; How Groups Try to Shape Policy, ; Lobbyists and Interest Groups, Political Action Committees, , , , 353 5

6 A Correlation of, C. The mass media The Mass Media and the Political Agenda, ; The Mass Media Today, ; The Development of Media Politics, ; Reporting the News, ; The News and Public Opinion, ; Policy Entrepreneurs and Agenda Setting, ; Understanding the Mass Media, ; Review the Chapter, The functions and structures of the news media 2. The impacts of the news media on politics 3. The news media industry and its consequences The Mass Media Today, ; The Development of Media Politics, ; Reporting the News, ; The News and Public Opinion, The Mass Media and the Political Agenda, ; The Mass Media Today, ; The Development of Media Politics, ; Reporting the News, ; The News and Public Opinion, ; Policy Entrepreneurs and Agenda Setting, ; Understanding the Mass Media, ; The Nomination Game, ; The Campaign Game, ; Power from the People: the Public Presidency, The Development of Media Politics, ; Reporting the News,

7 A Correlation of, IV. Institutions of National Government: The Congress, the Presidency, the Bureaucracy, and the Federal Courts A. The major formal and informal institutional arrangements of power B. Relationships among these four institutions, and varying balances of power Chapter 2: The Constitution, 32 71; Chapter 3: Federalism, ; Chapter 7: The Mass Media and the Public Agenda, ; Chapter 11: Congress, ; Chapter 12: The Presidency, ; Chapter 13: The Budget: The Politics of Taxing and Spending, ; Chapter 14: The Federal Bureaucracy, ; Chapter 15: The Federal Courts, How Congress Is Organized to Make Policy, ; The Congressional Process and Decision Making, ; Presidential Powers, ; Presidential Leadership of Congress: The Politics of Shared Powers, ; The President and National Security Policy, ; Power from the People: The Public Presidency, ; Bureaucracies as Implementors, ; The Courts as Policymakers, ; The Courts and Public Policy: A Historical Review, Separation of Powers, 50 53; How Congress Is Organized to Make Policy, ; The Congressional Process and Decision Making, ; Presidential Powers, ; Presidential Leadership of Congress: The Politics of Shared Powers, ; The President and National Security Policy, ; Power from the People: The Public Presidency, ; Bureaucracies as Implementors, ; Bureaucracies as Regulators, ; The Courts as Policymakers, ; The Courts and Public Policy: A Historical Review,

8 A Correlation of, C. Linkages between institutions and the following: The Constitutional Basis of Federalism, 77 83; Intergovernmental Relations, 84 94; Diversity in Policy, 94 95; Understanding Federalism, ; Regulation of the Public Airwaves, ; Campaigning, 126; How Americans Learn About Politics: Political Socialization, ; What Americans Value: Political Ideologies, ; How Americans Participate in Politics, ; Understanding Public Opinion and Political Action, ; Political Parties, , 377; Understanding Political Parties, ; The Nomination Game, ; Lobbying, ; Electioneering, ; The Role of Party Identification, 368; Congressional Leadership, ; Party, Constituency, and Ideology ; Lobbyists and Interest Groups, ; Party Leadership, ; Interest Groups, 482; Iron Triangles and Issue Networks, ; Groups, 511; Some Bureaucratic Myths and Realities, 476; A Case Study, 492; District Courts, ; The Supreme Court, ; The Politics of Judicial Selection, ; Criteria for Selection, ; Media Coverage of the Court, Public opinion and voters How Americans Learn About Politics: Political Socialization, ; What Americans Value: Political Ideologies, ; How Americans Participate in Politics, ; Understanding Public Opinion and Political Action, Interest groups Lobbying, ; Electioneering, ; Lobbyists and Interest Groups, ; Interest Groups, 482; Iron Triangles and Issue Networks, ; Groups, 511 8

9 A Correlation of, 3. Political parties Political Parties, , 377; Understanding Political Parties, ; The Nomination Game, ; The Role of Party Identification, 368; Congressional Leadership, ; Party, Constituency, and Ideology ; Party Leadership, ; The Politics of Judicial Selection, ; Criteria for Selection, The media Regulation of the Public Airwaves, ; Campaigning, 126; Government Regulation of Electronic Media, 234; Understanding Mass Media, ; Media Coverage of the Court, State and local governments The Constitutional Basis of Federalism, 77 83; Intergovernmental Relations, 84 94; Diversity in Policy, 94 95; Understanding Federalism, ; Some Bureaucratic Myths and Realities, 476; A Case Study, 492; District Courts, ; The Supreme Court, ; Court Decisions, 531 9

10 A Correlation of, V. Public Policy Chapter 1: Introducing Government in America, 2 31; Chapter 2: The Constitution, 32 71; Chapter 3: Federalism, ; Chapter 7: The Mass Media and the Public Agenda, ; Chapter 8: Political Parties, ; Chapter 11: Congress, ; Chapter 12: The Presidency, ; Chapter 13: The Budget: The Politics of Taxing and Spending, ; Chapter 14: The Federal Bureaucracy, ; Chapter 15: The Federal Courts, ; Chapter 16: Economic and Social Welfare Policymaking, ; Chapter 17: Policymaking for Health Care, the Environment, and Energy, ; Chapter 18: National Security and Policymaking, A. Policymaking in a federal system Chapter 16: Economic and Social Welfare Policymaking, ; Economic Policymaking, ; Types of Social Welfare Policies, ; Helping the Poor? Social Policy and the Needy, ; Social Security: Living on Borrowed Time, ; Social Welfare Policy Elsewhere, ; Understanding Economic and Social Welfare Policymaking, ; Review the Chapter, ; Policymaking for Health Care, the Environment, and Energy, ; Health Care Policy, ; Environmental Policy, ; Energy Policy, ; Understanding Health Care, Environmental, and Energy Policy, ; Review the Chapter, ; National Security and Policymaking, ; American Foreign Policy: Instruments, Actors, and Policymakers, ; American Foreign Policy Through the Cold War, ; American Foreign Policy and the War on Terrorism, ; Defense Policy, ; The New National Security Agenda, ; Understanding National Security Policymaking, ; Review the Chapter,

11 A Correlation of, B. The formation of policy agendas The Policymaking System, 12 15; Policy Entrepreneurs and Agenda Setting, ; Legislative Skills, C. The role of institutions in the enactment of policy D. The role of the bureaucracy and the courts in policy implementation and interpretation E. Linkages between policy process and the following: How Congress is Organized to Make Policy, ; The Congressional Process and Decision Making, ; Understanding Congress, ; Running the Government: The Chief Executive, ; Presidential Leadership of Congress: The Politics of Shared Powers, ; The President and National Security Policy, ; The Budgetary Process, ; Understanding Budgeting, Bureaucracies as Implementors, ; Bureaucracies as Regulators, ; Controlling the Bureaucracy, ; The Courts as Policymakers, ; The Courts and Public Policy: A Historical Review, ; Understanding the Courts, Intergovernmental Regulations, 84 95; Diversity in Policy, 94 95; Understanding Federalism, ; How Americans Learn About Politics: Political Socialization, ; What Americans Value: Political Ideologies, ; How Americans Participate in Politics, ; The Meaning of Party, ; The Party in Government: Promises and Policy, ; Understanding Political Parties, ; How Americans Vote: Explaining Citizens Decisions, ; ; Interest Groups, ; The Role of Interest Groups, ; How Groups Try to Shape Policy, ; Types of Interest Groups, ; Understanding Interest Groups, ; Party, Constituency, and Ideology, ; Party Leadership, ; Iron Triangles and Issue Networks, Political institutions and federalism Intergovernmental Regulations, 84 95; Diversity in Policy, 94 95; Understanding Federalism,

12 A Correlation of, 2. Political parties The Meaning of Party, ; The Party in Government: Promises and Policy, ; Understanding Political Parties, ; Party, Constituency, and Ideology, ; Party Leadership, Interest groups Interest Groups, ; The Role of Interest Groups, ; How Groups Try to Shape Policy, ; Types of Interest Groups, ; Understanding Interest Groups, ; Iron Triangles and Issue Networks, Public opinion How Americans Learn About Politics: Political Socialization, ; What Americans Value: Political Ideologies, ; How Americans Participate in Politics, Elections How Americans Vote: Explaining Citizens Decisions, ; Do Elections Affect Public Policy? 323; Electoral Mandates, Policy networks Controlling the Bureaucracy,

13 A Correlation of, VI. Civil Rights And Civil Liberties A. The development of civil rights and liberties by judicial interpretation B. Knowledge of substantive rights and liberties C. The impact of the Fourteenth Amendment on the constitutional development of rights and liberties Chapter 4: Civil Liberties and Public Policy, ; Chapter 5: Civil Rights and Public Policy, ; Chapter 15: The Federal Courts, Civil Liberties and Public Policy, ; The Bill of Rights, ; Freedom of Religion, ; Freedom of Expression, ; Freedom of Assembly, ; Defendants Rights, ; The Right to Privacy, ; Understanding Civil Liberties, ; Review the Chapter, ; Civil Rights and Public Policy, ; The Struggle for Equality, ; African Americans Civil Rights, ; The Rights of Other Minority Groups, ; The Rights of Women, ; Other Groups Active Under the Civil Rights Umbrella, ; Affirmative Action, ; Understanding Civil Rights and Public Policy, ; Review the Chapter, The English Heritage: The Power of Ideas, 37 38; The American Creed, 38 39; The Individual Rights Issues, 49 50; The Bill of Rights, Fourteenth Amendment, 80, 84, 109, 156,

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