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    American Cultural Values

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    The American political culture values in the 1830s are in some measure alike for instance, the values in the 1830s were liberty, equality, democracy, individualism and much more. There difference from the 1830s and the 21st century are the concept of the definition and the society we now live in with technology and how each citizen has a voice in the government. The difference in the 1830s is that other countries such as France had an eye on America and how abundant the Americans were and how…

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    Political Parties are defined as groups of people who organize to win elections, determine policy, and operate the government. Political parties often possess the power to impact the voting toll of many presidential elections. The first two major political parties were the Federalists and the Anti-Federalists who argued about whether the Constitution should be or should not be ratified. Although there have been other third political parties, they did not have a lasting stance history. Today the…

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    stability as a whole. They agreed that a government or a ruler would have to work for conditions that will bring prosperity of his citizens and a pleasing and satisfactory way of living.These two philosophers were too realistic in emphasizing a political structure of how government should perform to keep its citizens satisfied overall. Plato, for instance, was expecting an ideal government or a “just’’ society that would promote justice for…

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    Berelson et. al. introduces the idea that we struggle to live up to an ideal political society. He states that we are influenced by the behavior put forth from the government. His main claim is that there is a main impact of realistic research in contemporary politics which need further requirements to have traditional normative arguments. Berelson brings up small situations in where an average democratic should possess certain qualities. Theses qualities should then determine how they should…

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    There are many things that influence our way of thinking about certain situations. We learn new things and experiences things we could have never otherwise learned anywhere else. This happens even with the political issues that happen with in the United States. A lot of times media and socialization has an effect on us on how we see the issue presented. Media and family can be biased about certain issues, like elections, that teaches you to see their way of things. An issue with media and…

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    American culture can be defined by many things, but Americans would most likely agree that it is a culture of inherently limited government in its political structure, it is a culture that believes in limited liability in terms of foreign policy and entering wars, it can be swayed by nationalism, and has for the majority of its existence believed that there is something exceptional that sets it apart from all other cultures in the world. This paper will consider the weaknesses and strengths of…

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    Post Fordism

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    The history of political economy can be described and studied in three periods: the crisis of liberal order, the order of Fordism and the shift to a post-Fordist order. The flow of political economic history through these three periods is an evolution of society, in terms of the ever-changing relationship between labor and production. During the late 19th century and early 20th century, Polanyi argues that, the construction of a self-regulating market slowly, but effectively, separated society…

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    Parents ' Political Beliefs? It 's Not That Simple,” Erika Patterson states “Many parents try to instruct their children and impart their views.” How do parents influence their children’s political mind? In the realm of science, parents are responsible for passing on political genes to their children. Parents either make their children a carbon copy of themselves or make them who they wish they were. Most of the time, they limit their children’s experiences based on their own political views.…

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    Today, the country faces with two major political parties to choose from; Democrat and Republican. With disregard of the political parties, they’re usually aligned with two political ideologies; liberal and conservative. Both being vastly different from each other on how the government should fix the nation’s problems and individual rights with social issues as well. On the study of what determine what ideological side you land on is political socialization. Where you grew up, family ties,…

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    Globalization can be defined by many interpretations such as in political, communities and cultural because globalization is not a single concept that can be defined and encompassed within a set time frame, nor is it a process that can be defined clearly with a beginning and an end. The debates about the meaning of this word has been presented by the variety of viewpoints or opinions by the scholars, economists and others. Several significant factors would affect the interpretations of a person…

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