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Juan S.
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US Government and Politics
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Question:

What is fascism?

Juan S.
Answer:

Fascism is a form of government which is a type of one-party dictatorship. Fascists are against democracy. They work for a totalitarian one-party state. This aim is to prepare the nation for armed conflict, and to respond to economic difficulties Such a state is led by a strong leader—such as a dictator and a martial government

Sociology
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Question:

Is culture good for society?

Juan S.
Answer:

Culture is something that many consider more sacred than religion. While it is important to have some type of culture it's also important to understand the good and bad in each culture. One example that can be brought up is that within the Hispanic culture it is considered rude to talk back towards your parents. While this may be done with all the best intentions in the world it does have some negative effects. One such effect is that it can possibly make certain people subservient to authority figures which will cause one to not question them. Having a society that doesn't question those in power is doomed to be oppressed.

Political Science
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Question:

What type of questions would a political scientist ask in order to understand unemployment?

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Answer:

What government do actions tend to increase or reduce unemployment? This is one that is on the border between political science and economics. However, political science is concerned with public policy and economic policies are a big part of public policy. Are policies that tend to increase (or reduce) unemployment more likely to be passed when Republicans are in power or when Democrats are? What constituencies and interest groups typically take positions on laws meant to reduce unemployment? What positions do they take on these proposals? How important is unemployment as a political issue? Do many people base their vote on unemployment levels? If so, who do they tend to blame for high unemployment? Do unemployed people vote differently from employed people? Do they vote more? Less? Do they tend to vote for one party or the other? All of these are questions that a political scientist would ask. They would help scholars to understand the politics behind laws that affect unemployment and the ways in which unemployment affects political behavior.

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