POLS 2512: POLITICAL PARTIES & INTEREST GROUPS Fall 2006

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1 POLS 2512: POLITICAL PARTIES & INTEREST GROUPS Fall 2006 Class meetings 9 AM Instructor Dr. Michael Bitzer Homepage faculty.catawba.edu/jmbitzer/index.html Office location 334-C Hedrick Administration Building Office hours T/Th: 8:30-11 AM & 1:30-5 PM; M/W: 3:15-4 PM; and by appointment Office phone Course Description: An analysis of the role played by political parties and interest groups in the American political system. (Catawba Catalog) This course serves as an introduction to the study of political parties and interest groups within American politics. The course will be conducted in a seminar format, with lectures and student discussions. Along with the contextual study of these two important linkages between the citizens and governing institutions, there will be several goals that this course will focus upon. Goal: we will focus on the research done by political scientists to describe the role and impact of political parties and interest groups within the American governing system. Class meetings will focus on specific readings that help us, as political scientists, to understand the process and nature of parties and groups in defining our political environment. Goal: Students will focus on a research project that investigates some facet of political parties and interest groups. Goal: Students will focus on the mid-term congressional elections, paying particular attention to the differences among the parties (and within parties) and the impact and role of interest groups in electioneering. Goal: Finally, the course will be a communication-oriented course, focusing on critical thinking and analysis through writing and oral discussion. Academic Honesty: All work on all assignments must be your own. Students are expected to be familiar with College guidelines for honest academic conduct, and will be held responsible with appropriate penalties. Those individuals who are alleged to have violated the Honor Code will have their cases dealt with according to the Honor Code system, as outlined in the Catawba College Student Handbook. 1 Political Parties & Interest Groups

2 Grading Policy: The following will constitute your final grade: Your scores: Two Election Papers... (weighted x each) Research Project... (weighted x) Mid-term Exam... (weighted x) Final Exam... (weighted x) There is no curve for this course; there are no extra credit projects given. In-class work is graded on a 100-point scale, with grades converted to GPA scale (see below). All outside-class assignments are graded based on the Grading Criteria sheet (attached) and using the Catawba GPA: A B C D F... 0 A B C D B C D To calculate your final grade, add up your grades (with appropriate weights), divide by 10, and refer to the chart below for the ranges that grades will be assigned A A B B B C C C D D D F The grading criteria for papers and exam essays includes the following: - Is there an introduction that states a primary thesis/argument to the essay? - Does the essay completely answer the question? - Does the essay provide sufficient examples for the thesis? - Is the writing clear and well organized? - Does the essay summarize the argument? Outside class assignments are due in the class period as noted on the schedule. No work will be accepted after the class is concluded; the grade will be recorded as a negative one (-1) when the final course grade is computed, to penalize the not-handing-in of assignments, rather than the simple failing the assignment. It is the goal of the instructor to hand back graded material within one week of the work being handed in; please do not ask before a week s time if the instructor has graded the work. 2 Political Parties & Interest Groups

3 Exams: Each exam will be based on course lectures, discussions and assigned readings. The exam format will rely heavily on essay questions. Please note the dates of the mid-term and final exams on the schedule. Make-up exams are only given under the most dire of circumstances, and only with documented record (i.e., Health Center form). Students have one week in which to make up an exam; after that time period the grade is recorded as a negative one, to reflect not handing in an assignment. It is up to the student to make an appointment and keep the appointment for the make-up. Grade Appeals: If you have a question about the grading of a work, I ask that you come in with a written explanation as to the specific area that you have a concern. This requires that you re-read back through your work, write your concern on paper, and then research as to why it should be included in your grade. Only then should you come to me and we can talk about your work. I am always available to discuss problems or difficulties, but I do not go for the well, I had this and you didn t count it logic. Textbooks: The following books have been ordered for the course. Alexander, Robert M The Classics of Interest Group Behavior. New York: Thomson. Berry, Jeffrey M. and Clyde Wilcox The Interest Group Society. 4 th Ed. New York: Longman Classics. Green, John C. and Daniel J. Coffey The State of the Parties: The Changing Role of Contemporary American Parties. 5 th Ed. New York: Rowman & Littlefield. Hershey, Marjorie R Party Politics in America. 12 th Ed. New York: Longman Classics. All readings should be completed before class. A note on the readings: Active readers take notes, underline important and mystifying passages, make marginal comments, take time to think about what they have read, and come to class prepared to give their interpretations, share their thoughts, and answer questions. In addition to presenting material in lecture form, I will be asking for feedback and discussion on the readings. If you find yourself having difficulty understanding the material, please set an appointment with me and I will be happy to review the information with you. A note on the approach of this collegiate class. The textbooks will give students an overview of knowledge that the professor may then discuss further in lecture and discussion. While the material covered in the textbooks will not be necessarily covered in complete detail in class, it is expected that students will have read the material prior to coming to class for that week. Simply because the material is not covered in class does not excuse the student from responsibility for the material on exams. Participation: As scholars of political science, you should be willing to offer your insight and arguments 3 Political Parties & Interest Groups

4 on various topics; likewise, you should be prepared to have your arguments challenged by your colleagues. We are all here to expand our educational foundation; the right to present your argument is just as important as the right to acknowledge countervailing arguments. Classroom participation includes both attendance and interaction during classroom discussion. If the instructor believes that students are not coming prepared for class, unannounced pop quizzes will be given and counted into the participation grade. Classroom participation includes both attendance and interaction during classroom discussion. Attendance for all class meetings is mandatory; if the instructor is in class, then students are expected to be in class. Unless the College Health Center, the Dean of Students or Dean of the College provides documentation, absences will not be excused. As stated in the Catawba College Catalog (pg. 79), more than 11 absences in this class (1/4 of the class meetings) will result in a grade of F for the course. Inclement Weather: If I am unable to make it onto campus, I will leave a message on my voice mail announcement. Please call my office phone number ( ) and then wait for the recording. I will leave a special message on my voice mail, with instructions on what to prepare for when I can return to campus. Primary Papers: Each student will write two papers on two separate mid-term elections. These papers will focus on the election in that state, and will present information related to: the candidates in the contest; what their major issues are within that state; and historical electoral aspects of the state. See below for technical requirements. Students will also be responsible for leading a mini-discussion in that class period. Technical requirements. The papers will be: 4 pages typed, double-spaced stapled in the upper-left hand corner 10/12 point Times normal margins (1" around) In the upper-left hand corner of the first page, you will have POLS 2512: Paper # on the first line and the date on the second line. Your SS# will appear in the header (left-hand corner) of every page. Your name will not appear on any pages, so that I may blind grade them. A page number will appear in the footer (right-hand corner) of every page. For direct quotes or paraphrasing ideas from the articles/books, you may use the parenthetical citation approach (Author s last name, page number). Each paper will have a bibliography, which can be on the same page as the last paragraph. At the end of your paper, following your bibliography, you will type the following: I have abided by the Catawba College Honor Code. Failure to adhere to these requirements will be reflected in the paper s grade. 4 Political Parties & Interest Groups

5 August Classes Begin Alexander, #2 B & W, pg. 1-4 C & G, Hershey, Ch Opening Convocation (11 AM in the Chapel)

6 September Hershey, Ch. 2 C & G, 2 & LABOR DAY: NO CLASSES 5 6 Hershey, Ch. 3 & Hershey, Ch. 5 C & G, 4, 5, Hershey, Ch Hershey, Ch Hershey, Ch. 8 C & G, 18, Hershey, Ch Hershey, Ch Hershey, Ch. 12 C & G, 6 & Hershey, Ch NYTimes on Ohio C & G, C & G, 13 & 14 30

7 October Hershey, Ch Hershey, Ch. 13 C & G, 20 & Hershey, Ch. 15 C & G, 21 & Hershey, Ch MID-TERM FALL BREAK 24 FALL BREAK Alexander, 3, 5, 6, B & W, Ch. 2 31

8 November B&W, Ch C & G, B & W, Ch Alexander, 9, 10, Alexander, 12, 13, Alexander, B & W, Ch B & W, Ch THANKSGIVING BREAK 23 THANKSGIVING BREAK 24 THANKSGIVING BREAK B & W, Ch Alexander, 20 30

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