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POLI/330 POLI330 POLI 330 WEEK 4 MIDTERM

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POLI 330 WEEK 4 MIDTERM Midterm 1. Question : (TCO 1) Harold Laswell describes politics as Student Answer: the study of change. an example of community relations. who gets what, when, and how. None of the above Question 2. Question : (TCO 1) Political scientist David Easton taught that Student Answer: political decisions include rule-making over the use of resources. politics involves change. politics primarily concerns private life, not common life. All of the above Question 3. Question : (TCO 1) Early political scientists followed which approach to the study of politics? Student Answer: Traditionalist Behavioralism Postbehavioralism None of the above Question 4. Question : (TCO 1) Behavioralism is an alternative to traditionalism that became popular after which American war? Student Answer: WWI WWII The Cold War Vietnam Question 5. Question : (TCO 1) Postbehavioralists believe that that political science should be Student Answer: relevant. empirically reliable. Both a and b None of the above Question 6. Question : (TCO 2) Aristotle defined aristocracy as Student Answer: rule by the many in the interests of all. rule by the many in the interests of the many. rule by the few in the interests of all. rule by the few in the interests of the few. Question 7. Question : (TCO 1) If nonphysical power is exercised over interest group’s members, but the members are unaware of both the act of power and the intentions behind the act, what type of power has been exercised over the members of this interest group? Student Answer: Latent force Persuasion Manipulation Violence Question 8. Question : (TCO 2) The United States immediately following the Revolutionary War provides an example of which type of state? Student Answer: Unitary Federal Confederal None of the above Question 9. Question : (TCO 7) According to Marx, in capitalist societies, Student Answer: the bourgeoisie consists of individuals who live primarily by purchasing the labor power of others. the bourgeoisie generally acts in an irrational manner and, as a result, class conflict ensues whenever capitalism exists. the bourgeoisie consists of individuals who are poor (i.e., living below the poverty level in society). the bourgeoisie is defined as the landowning class and has interests different from, and often opposed to, the interests of factory owners. Question 10. Question : (TCO 7) The belief that economic freedom is more important than economic equality is a tenant of Student Answer: traditional conservatism. the divine right of kings. classical liberalism. None of the above Question 11. Question : (TCO 7) Modern liberalism argue that Student Answer: economic equality is okay. the citizen is a ration individual. the individual is more important than the state. government intervention into personal life is okay if it prevents some individuals from denying freedom to others. Question 12. Question : (TCO 2) Traditional conservatives assert Student Answer: individuals are, by nature, rational and can deduce the existence of the laws of nature. human reason is weak and fragile and, therefore, is inadequate as the primary guide in deciding ethical questions. civil institutions should not have a central role in the lives of individuals. politics and religion should be separate—that is, governmental laws and policies should not reflect religious views. Question 13. Question : (TCO 1) Fascism asserts that _____ should exist in a state of subservience to the state. Student Answer:

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