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Political Culture
- a pattern of shared values, moral norms, beliefs, expectations, and attitudes that relate to politics and its social context.
-reflects the way people think and feel about political life.
-forms important core values, such as freedom, equality, and tolerance.
Political Subculture
-a political culture that deviates from the dominant culture in key respects.
-usually the poor and uneducated who feel alienated.
-may lead to a hostile attitude to authority and possible tendency towards violence.
Political Socialization
-the process in which individuals learn about politics and the political culture of their society.
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Civic Culture
-a combination of fairly large numbers of participants and subjects together with a smaller number of parochials.
-Almond and Verba said that democracy would be the most stable with this.
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Human Development Theory
-demonstrates causal linkages between economic development, the value of freedom, and democratic institutions.
-socioeconomic development leads to emancipative values, which leads to a demand for democracy.