FSEM1010-13.FSEM: Red States, Blue States.F16.LeCount,Ryan
FSEM: Red States, Blue States
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Do all liberals drink lattes? Do all conservative own guns? When it comes to national politics, why do we say that some states are “Red” and others are “Blue?” Are the political cultures of these states really as different as these names might suggest? This First-Year Seminar is a Sociological examination of modern US politics, with particular attention to the social and demographic factors associated with political identity and behavior. Using the 2016 US Presidential election as a backdrop, students will learn about how political attitudes and behaviors are distributed across the US population and what those distributions mean for modern politics.
LeCount, Ryan, "FSEM1010-13.FSEM: Red States, Blue States.F16.LeCount,Ryan" (2016). Syllabi. 11479.
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