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011011 gov political ideology   50m
011011 gov political ideology   50m
011011 gov political ideology   50m
011011 gov political ideology   50m
011011 gov political ideology   50m
011011 gov political ideology   50m
011011 gov political ideology   50m
011011 gov political ideology   50m
011011 gov political ideology   50m
011011 gov political ideology   50m
011011 gov political ideology   50m
011011 gov political ideology   50m
011011 gov political ideology   50m
011011 gov political ideology   50m
011011 gov political ideology   50m
011011 gov political ideology   50m
011011 gov political ideology   50m
011011 gov political ideology   50m
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  • 1. DRAW A LINE SEPARATING TODAY & YESTERDAY 1) Write: Date: 01/10/11 , Topic: Political Ideology 2) Next line, write “ Opener #5 ” and then: 1) Write 1 high + 1 low in last 24 hours 2) Rate your understanding of yesterday: lost < 1-5 > too easy (3 is perfect) 3) Respond to the Opener by writing at least 1 sentences about : Your opinions/thoughts OR/AND Questions sparked by the clip OR/AND Summary of the clip OR/AND Announcements: None
  • 2. SIT IN THE SAME SEAT AS YESTERDAY
  • 3. Agenda 1) Political Ideology 2) Political Parties Why am I learning this? 1) What ideology are you? Reminder 1) Complete 1 podcast
  • 4. Historical Roots Ideology Parties Notes #5a , Title: “ Political Ideology ”
  • 5. Notes #5a , Title: “ Political Ideology ” 1) Classical Republican : Community comes first (indiv less important than community) 2) Classical Liberal (Natural Rights) : Individual freedom comes first (the point of gov is to maximize indiv freedom) Class rep more like of Democratic Party, Class. Lib. more like REP/GOP.
  • 6. Journ #5a , “ Natural Rights vs Classical Republican Debate ” 1) Read the 2 sides, choose 1 side, and write which you choose and explain why . 2) Then write down what your partner thinks ( include their name at the end ). 1 2 3 4 5 CON: Classical Republican 1) The fundamental role of gov is to maximize the community’s well being 2) Gov can improve organize us to do great things we could never do without it, gov knows best PRO: Natural Rights 1) The fundamental role of gov to maximize our freedom 2) No one knows what’s best for me than me
  • 7. Overview 3) Political Ideology : World view schema/lens) thru which you view government+reality, defined by family race>peers>school/church/community (Liberal, Moderate, Conservative) 4) Conservative (Right): Personal freedom self responsibility, smaller gov, tradition ( Republican, “Tea Party,” Libertarian ) 5) Liberal (Left): Social responsibility, active gov, less tied to tradition ( Democratic, Green, Socialist ) 6) Moderate (Center): Mixed views
  • 8. Notes #5b , Title: “ Political Ideology ” 3) Political Ideology : World view (schema/lens) thru which you view government+reality, defined by family race>peers>school/church/community (Liberal, Moderate, Conservative) Felders
  • 9. 4) Conservative (Right): Personal freedom self responsibility, smaller gov, tradition ( Republican, “Tea Party,” Libertarian )
  • 10. 5) Liberal (Left): Social responsibility, active gov, less tied to tradition ( Democratic, Green, Socialist )
  • 11. 6) Moderate (Center): Mixed views.
  • 12. Overview 7) Political Party : A group like minded ppl with who try to get ppl w their views elected 8) Republican Party (GOP, Red, Elephant, Right 29%): Self Responsibility. More gov role in social conduct, less gov in econ activity. 9) Democratic Party (Blue, Donkey, Left, 31%): Social Responsibility. Less gov role in social conduct, more gov in econ activity. 10) Third Party : Other than D or R 11) Libertarian: 3 rd P wants less gov role in social conduct, less gov in econ activity 12) Independent: No party (38%)
  • 13. 7) Political Party : A group like minded ppl with who try to get ppl w their views elected
  • 14. 8) Republican Party (Conservative, GOP, Red, Elephant, Right, 29%): Overarching: Self Responsibility (smaller gov) Detailed: More gov role in social conduct, less gov in econ activity. Members: Businesses, religious, white men Faction: Tea Party (less biz/special interests)
  • 15. 9) Democratic Party (Liberal, Blue, Donkey, Left, 31%): Overarching: Social Responsibility (active gov) Detailed: Less gov role in social conduct, more gov in econ activity. Members: Workers, labor unions, minorities Faction: Progressives (pro-biz)
  • 16. 10) Third Party : Other than D or R 11) Libertarian: 3 rd P wants less gov role in social conduct, less gov in econ activity 12) Independent: No party (38%) Joyce Chen (Green) Jessie Ventura (Reform)
  • 17. Journ #5b , “ 3 rd Party Debate ” 1) Read the 2 sides, choose 1 side, and write which you choose and explain why . 2) Then write down what your partner thinks ( include their name at the end ). 1 2 3 4 5 CON: Worth the Vote 1) 3 rd Party vote sends a message about your values to the community 2) 3 rd Party can win if people vote for it PRO: Wasted Vote 1) 3 rd Party vote is a vote against 1 of the main parties 2) 3 rd Party won’t win, so why bother
  • 18. Homework: Complete 1 st Podcast Journal Check: If your name is called, drop off your journal with Mr. Chiang ( if requested, points lost if your journal is not turned in )

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