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POLS 021 1st Edition Lecture 9Outline of Last Lecture I. Conservatism and Liberalism a. Centered Rightb. Conservative Democrats of Civil Warc. 1930s: Franklin Roosevelt II. Ideological Polarization in the United Statesa. Squeezing out Independents/Moderatesb. Ideology, Religion, and Partyc. Ronald Reagan Electiond. SocializationsOutline of Current Lecture:I. Levels within the Political System/Supports and Socializationi. Identification Modelii. State of ChangeII. WASPi. Lineage, Elitism, and Educationii. Re-Socialization of for Formerly Excluded Groups Current Lecture:Levels within the Political System:U.S.A France CanadaAdministration Obama Hollande HarperRegime Constitution 1789 5th Republic 1958 British North America Act 1867Political Community U.S.A France CanadaThese notes represent a detailed interpretation of the professor’s lecture. GradeBuddy is best used as a supplement to your own notes, not as a substitute.Supports and Socialization:Source/Orientation:Parents/Affective (Emotional)Schools/Cognitive (Information)Peers/Evaluative (Judgmental)Socialization is a life-long process that is ever changing “Under God” was added to the Pledge of Allegiance during the height of The Cold War.The state of Alabama provides legal assistance to the unborn. Prolife advocates wanted to add “born and unborn” to the Pledge of AllegianceSchools are political institutions (non-partisan) funded by taxpayers.1960S – Start of Socialization Studies on how information is learnedInterpersonal Transfer Model: Child behaved toward political object/figure the same they behaved towards their parentsIdentification Model:Child Identifies with Parents Beliefs:Child/Parent  Political ObjectVietnam War: Social theories that the protests had nothing to do with the Vietnam WarLyndon Johnson—Protestors are not fighting against me/the war, they are fighting against their parents. Pro-longed Adolescence: Were not parents to become individuals (e.g. Staying in college longer)Peers – people change throughout their entire livesMarriage – people tend to marry people of similar ideologiesWork is a source of change Lifelong impact of education – more likely to vote, to run for office, to get elected and serve, to discuss politics, to be involved/interested in politicsStates of Change: Marriage, Work, and Education-Political Efficacy-Subjective Confidence“Captain of the Ship”WASP: White, Anglo-Saxon ProtestantsExecutive offices in political systems are to be filled by WASPsWASPocracy = Rule by WASPPresidential WASP males (Presidents) – percentages by yearsMales-100%Whites-96.4% Protestants-91.7%Non-Specific-7%Catholic-1.3%Marks of a True WASPocrat—Lineage, Elitism, and EducationFranklin Roosevelt related to 17 other presidents(Basically political opportunity is not equal)The “New Men” –most of these “new men” from the southThis matters because the south was excluded from presidential politics from 1848-1964(Meaning southerners do not have ancestral connection to former presidents)Obama is related to 5 former presidentsThe average Republican president is related to 7.4 previous presidentsAverage for Democratic presidents: 3 (but if you take out FDR it drops to less than 2)35-Domination from Harvard20-Yale17-Princeton17-Columbia16-Other Ivy universitiesRe-Socialization for Formerly Excluded Groups:African-Americans and Women3 Non-WASPs in power 2009-2010An African-American man (Obama), a Catholic man (Joe Biden), and a Catholic


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