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Studying for Political Science 101 - Summary
Use these interactive flashcard sets to check or enhance your knowledge of Political Science 101 concepts. Whether you're looking for a quick refresher on international relations or want to fill gaps in your understanding of international actors in political science, these flashcards can help! Choose the flashcards you want to study, and feel free to set aside and review at a later time any that require deeper focus. Topics covered in the flashcard sets include the following:
- Political science basic terms and concepts
- Electoral systems, political ideologies and forms of government
- Branches of government
- U.S. federal bureaucracy and political parties
- Fiscal, political and social policies
- International law and global issues
- Interest groups and mass media in politics
- Political culture and civic behavior
- Foreign and defense policy
How They Work
Flashcards serve as a simple and reliable study tool that strengthens your memorization skills and ensures you're able to gain full comprehension of key concepts covered in Political Science 101.
- Open a flashcard set for the political science topic you're studying.
- Identify the word, concept or theory on the flashcard.
- Click the button to flip the card and view the answer.
- Select whether you got it right or missed it to keep track of your progress.
- Click the Next arrow to proceed through the flashcard set.
- Review the cards you missed or shuffle all cards back in and go through them again.
Basic Terms & Concepts of Political Science Flashcards
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Political Ideologies, Forms of Government, & Electoral Systems Flashcards
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The Branches of Government Flashcards
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US Federal Bureaucracy & Political Parties Flashcards
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Mass Media & Interest Groups in Politics Flashcards
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Political Culture, Public Opinion & Civic Behavior Flashcards
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Public, Social & Fiscal Policies Flashcards
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Foreign Policy, Defense Policy & Government Flashcards
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Concepts & Theories of International Relations Flashcards
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International Actors in Political Science Flashcards
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International Law & Global Issues Flashcards
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Other chapters within the Political Science 101: Intro to Political Science course
- Basic Terms and Concepts of Political Science
- Political Ideologies and Philosophy
- Forms of Government
- Electoral Systems
- The Branches of Government
- US Federal Bureaucracy
- The History & Role of Political Parties
- Interest Groups in Politics
- Mass Media and Politics
- Political Culture, Public Opinion & Civic Behavior
- Public and Social Policy
- Fiscal Policy in Government & the Economy
- Foreign Policy, Defense Policy & Government
- Concepts of International Relations
- Theories of International Relations
- International Actors in Political Science
- International Law in Politics
- Global Issues and Politics