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POLI SCI TEACHING ASSISTANT

About the Teaching Assistant Program:

This program helps students review political science in four different classes. We are all overloaded with information and quickly forget just about everything we hear, see, or read. Reviewing terms several times reinforces course material and helps students develop long-term memories of essential terminology. Instructors can project this program before class and students can review terms on their own. You can pick the chapter(s) you want to review and adjust the speed and duration of program.


Introduction to American Government
    Basic Concepts (82 terms, print flashcards)
    Founding Era (31 terms, print flashcards)
    Federalism (39 terms, print flashcards)
    Civil Rights and Liberties (57 terms, print flashcards)
    Congress (87 terms, print flashcards)
    Presidency (58 terms, print flashcards)
    Bureaucracy (46 terms, print flashcards)
    Judiciary (50 terms, print flashcards)
    Public Opinion (35 terms, print flashcards)
    Political Participation (12 terms, print flashcards)
    Interest Groups and Social Movements (25 terms, print flashcards)
    Political Parties (46 terms, print flashcards)
    Campaigns and Elections (55 terms, print flashcards)
    Media (24 terms, print flashcards)
    Economic Policy (38 terms, print flashcards)
    Social Policy (20 terms, print flashcards)
    Foreign Policy (33 terms, print flashcards)
    State and Local Government (20 terms, print flashcards)
    Georgia Politics (67 terms, print flashcards)

Constitutional Law: Institutional Powers
    Commerce Power (37 terms, print flashcards)
    Contract Clause (10 terms, print flashcards)
    Economic Substantive Due Process (21 terms, print flashcards)
    Executive (41 terms, print flashcards)
    Federal-State Relations (22 terms, print flashcards)
    Judicial Branch (25 terms, print flashcards)
    Legislature (22 terms, print flashcards)
    Power to Tax and Spend (23 terms, print flashcards)
    Separation of Powers System in Action (17 terms, print flashcards)
    Takings Clause (18 terms, print flashcards)
    Understanding the U.S. Supreme Court (39 terms, print flashcards)

Introduction to Research Methods
    Studying Politics Scientifically (34 terms, print flashcards)
    Definition and Measurement of Concepts (37 terms, print flashcards)
    Measuring and Describing Variables (40 terms, print flashcards)
    Proposing Explanations, Framing Hypotheses, and Making Comparisons (20 terms, print flashcards)
    Research Design and the Logic of Control (51 terms, print flashcards)
    Data Collection (20 terms, print flashcards)
    Interviews and Surveys (21 terms, print flashcards)
    Sampling (28 terms, print flashcards)
    Making Controlled Comparisons (6 terms, print flashcards)
    Foundations of Statistical Inference (31 terms, print flashcards)
    Tests of Significance and Measures of Association (40 terms, print flashcards)
    Correlation and Linear Regression (37 terms, print flashcards)
    Logistic Regression (14 terms, print flashcards)

Judicial Process and Politics
    Supreme Court: Deciding What to Decide (18 terms, print flashcards)
    Criminal Trials, Bargaining and Sentencing (47 terms, print flashcards)
    Trials and Juries (57 terms, print flashcards)
    Law and Legal Systems (74 terms, print flashcards)
    Federal Court System (27 terms, print flashcards)
    Civil Trials, Preliminary Stages (8 terms, print flashcards)
    The Appellate Process (34 terms, print flashcards)
    State Court Systems (36 terms, print flashcards)
    Lawyers and Legal Representation (23 terms, print flashcards)
    Mobilizing the Law (19 terms, print flashcards)
    Judges (20 terms, print flashcards)
    Civil Trials, How Cases End (29 terms, print flashcards)
    Criminal Trials, Preliminary Stages (41 terms, print flashcards)
    Supreme Court: Justices and Their Decisions (19 terms, print flashcards)
    Law, Courts, and Politics (22 terms, print flashcards)

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