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Class:POSC 120 - Honors: Introduction to American Government
Subject:Political Science
University:Radford University
Term:Fall 2011
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527 Group issue advocacy ads
Soft Money given to candidates parties to be used in the party building activities 
Hard Money money given to a candidate that is limited
(right now the limit is 2,500)
1976 Buckley v. Valeo Established soft money and declared spending money is free speech. 
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Agenda Setting influencing the range of issues up for public attention by the amount and manner of coverage

Bring attention to a problem
Priming Where the media emphasizes some issues more than others so people think they are more important than others 
Framing The way the issue is being protrayed
Party Platform A certain party's agenda. What parties stand for and where political leaders make their speeches off of. 
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Where do most Americans get there political news? T.V. is the primary news source
Internet, radio, and newspapers are also used
Narrowcasting programming specifically targeted to small specific segment of the population (or political point of view)
What are three different types of campaign ads?
What are the functions of campaigns
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 527 Groupissue advocacy ads
 Soft Moneygiven to candidates parties to be used in the party building activities 
 Hard Moneymoney given to a candidate that is limited
(right now the limit is 2,500)
 1976 Buckley v. ValeoEstablished soft money and declared spending money is free speech. 
 Agenda Settinginfluencing the range of issues up for public attention by the amount and manner of coverage

Bring attention to a problem
 PrimingWhere the media emphasizes some issues more than others so people think they are more important than others 
 FramingThe way the issue is being protrayed
 Party PlatformA certain party's agenda. What parties stand for and where political leaders make their speeches off of. 
 Where do most Americans get there political news?T.V. is the primary news source
Internet, radio, and newspapers are also used
 Narrowcastingprogramming specifically targeted to small specific segment of the population (or political point of view)
 What are three different types of campaign ads?
 What are the functions of campaigns
 Why do we have 
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