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Political Science

American Politics

Political Science 101B - Spring 2021

This course meant to introduce students to the study of American Politics. We will analyze the origins, developments, actors, institutions, and processes of the American political system. In addition to the three branches of government, we will also cover topics such as public opinion, the media, campaigns and elections, political parties, civil rights and liberties, and more. By the end of the class, students should become more careful and insightful consumers of political knowledge.
Course Attributes: EN SBU BAAS SSCFA SSCAR SSCUC PSA

Section 01

American Politics
INSTRUCTOR: Christenson
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Section A

American Politics
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Section B

American Politics
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Section C

American Politics
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Section D

American Politics
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Section E

American Politics
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Section F

American Politics
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Section G

American Politics
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Section H

American Politics
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Section I

American Politics
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Section J

American Politics
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Section K

American Politics
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Section L

American Politics
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Section M

American Politics
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Section N

American Politics
INSTRUCTOR: Christenson
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