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American political beliefs and behaviors

This course is a part of AP®︎ US Government and Politics, a 8-course Topic series from Khan Academy.

This unit looks at how political values and beliefs are formed in the United States, how they change over time for individuals and across generations, and how ideology influences the creation of public policy.

This course contains 8 segments:

American attitudes about government and politics

Political socialization

Influences on ideology

Measuring public opinion

Evaluating public opinion data

Ideologies of political parties

Ideology and economic policy

Ideology and social policy

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Subjects Humanities
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