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Institutions. Want stable democracy? Get the institutions right! Institutions: humanly devised constraints that shape and guide behavior. Who plays the game, how they play the game, and consequently, who wins and who loses.
Institutions. Institutions. By whom? For whom? For what purpose? Howâ€™s it produced?. What is a Media institution?. They are the people who, own, make, control and distribute media products. They range from large global media organisations to one person producers of fanzines.
Institutions. Congress. Census Redistricting Gerrymandering House of Representatives 435 seats 2year term Senate 100 6 year term . Voting Right Cases. Smith v Allwright 1944 Wesberry v Sanders 1963 Buckley v Valeo 1976 Shaw v Reno 1993/ Miller v Johnson 1995
Institutions. Much of political science is interested in political institutions (institutionalist, neoinstitutionalist, rational choice) Institutions affect behavior by influencing incentives and constraints Institutions are often defined as the “rules of the game”
Institutions. Unit IVD National Judiciary. American Legal System. Criminal Law Cases An individual violating a specific law based on regulating morality Misdemeanor Less serious crime; less than 1 year incarceration; fines Felony More serious crime; more than 1 year incarceration