A political issue is one that has to do with government or politics. This may include issues related to party politics or a political system or social, environmental or other issues as determined by the voting public. More »

Socio-political context is the overlapping of both political and social arenas. In a democratic society like the United States, the majority of issues have a socio-political context. Voting on issues is how people expres... More »

In the sense that art presents direct and indirect perspectives on society, all art can be described as "political art." A modern definition of political art refers to works with obvious political figures and subjects th... More »

Reasons to study political science include employment opportunities in the executive or legislative branches of government, career opportunities in political parties or political campaigns, career advancement for someone... More »

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A famous quote about politics emphasizing the importance of an informed populace comes from Franklin D. Roosevelt and begins, "Democracy cannot succeed unless those who express their choice are prepared to choose wisely.... More »

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The role of interest groups in American politics is to influence public policy, especially during times when there is no election going on. These groups are a vehicle to keep the conversation going about issues they care... More »

Political culture is the practices and attitudes that shapes the perception of people when it comes to politics. Political culture might also include ideas, belief, myths and moral judgments that are particular to a cert... More »