The Trial Blending Space is for evaluation purposes only.
This comprehensive course contains 17 sections with 94 self-grading lessons, including final assessments. The first section is available to try for free.
UNIT 1: STUDENTS AND THE SYSTEM
This is the final assessment for American Government and Civic Engagement. (Available when you subscribe.)
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2.1 The Pre-Revolutionary Period and the Roots of the American Political Tradition2.2 The Articles of Confederation2.3 The Development of the Constitution2.4 The Ratification of the Constitution2.5 Constitutional ChangeFinal Assessment
3.1 The Division of Powers3.2 The Evolution of American Federalism3.3 Intergovernmental Relationships3.4 Competitive Federalism Today3.5 Advantages and Disadvantages of FederalismFinal Assessment
UNIT 2: INDIVIDUAL AGENCY AND ACTION
4.1 What Are Civil Liberties?4.2 Securing Basic Freedoms4.3 The Rights of Suspects4.4 Interpreting the Bill of RightsFinal Assessment
5.1 What Are Civil Rights and How Do We Identify Them?5.2 The African American Struggle for Equality5.3 The Fight for Women’s Rights5.4 Civil Rights for Indigenous Groups: Native Americans, Alaskans, and Hawaiians5.5 Equal Protection for Other GroupsFinal Assessment
6.1 The Nature of Public Opinion6.2 How Is Public Opinion Measured?6.3 What Does the Public Think?6.4 The Effects of Public OpinionFinal Assessment
7.1 Voter Registration7.2 Voter Turnout7.3 Elections7.4 Campaigns and Voting7.5 Direct DemocracyFinal Assessment
UNIT 3: TOWARD COLLECTIVE ACTION: MEDIATING INSTITUTIONS
8.1 What Is the Media?8.2 The Evolution of the Media8.3 Regulating the Media8.4 The Impact of the MediaFinal Assessment
9.1 What Are Parties and How Did They Form?9.2 The Two-Party System9.3 The Shape of Modern Political Parties9.4 Divided Government and Partisan PolarizationFinal Assessment
10.1 Interest Groups Defined10.2 Collective Action and Interest Group Formation10.3 Interest Groups as Political Participation10.4 Pathways of Interest Group Influence10.5 Free Speech and the Regulation of Interest GroupsFinal Assessment
UNIT 4: DELIVERING COLLECTIVE ACTION: FORMAL INSTITUTIONS
11.1 The Institutional Design of Congress11.2 Congressional Elections11.3 Congressional Representation11.4 House and Senate Organizations11.5 The Legislative ProcessFinal Assessment
12.1 The Design and Evolution of the Presidency12.2 The Presidential Election Process12.3 Organizing to Govern12.4 The Public Presidency12.5 Presidential Governance: Direct Presidential ActionFinal Assessment
13.1 Guardians of the Constitution and Individual Rights13.2 The Dual Court System13.3 The Federal Court System13.4 The Supreme Court13.5 Judicial Decision-Making and Implementation by the Supreme CourtFinal Assessment
14.1 State Power and Delegation14.2 State Political Culture14.3 Governors and State Legislatures14.4 State Legislative Term Limits14.5 County and City GovernmentFinal Assessment
UNIT 5: THE OUTPUTS OF GOVERNMENT
15.1 Bureaucracy and the Evolution of Public Administration15.2 Toward a Merit-Based Civil Service15.3 Understanding Bureaucracies and their Types15.4 Controlling the BureaucracyFinal Assessment
16.1 What Is Public Policy?16.2 Categorizing Public Policy16.3 Policy Arenas16.4 Policymakers16.5 Budgeting and Tax PolicyFinal Assessment
17.1 Defining Foreign Policy17.2 Foreign Policy Instruments17.3 Institutional Relations in Foreign Policy17.4 Approaches to Foreign PolicyFinal Assessment
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