Political Science Video Collection

Editor: INTELECOM Intelligent Telecommunications
Publication Year: 2014
Publisher: INTELECOM Learning

Single-User Purchase Price: $1000.00
Unlimited-User Purchase Price: $1500.00
ISBN: 978-1-58-370118-8
Category: Social Sciences - Political science
Video Count: 394
Book Status: Available
Table of Contents

Interviews, computer graphics and animation, and real-life case studies introduce key concepts and principles and provide an up-to-date look at the evolving science of psychology.

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Table of Contents

  • 2000 Presidential Election, The
  • A Nation of Nations
  • Advances Against Discrimination
  • Aftermath of September 11, 2001, The
  • Age and Voting Behavior
  • Amending and Interpreting the Constitution
  • American Economy During the Clinton Administration, The
  • American Heritage
  • American People and Foreign Affairs, The
  • American Workforce, The
  • Americans Linked by Ideals, Not Ancestry
  • Anti-Federalist Arguments Against the Constitution
  • Appeal of Divided Government, The
  • Arc of the Bush Presidency, The
  • Art of the Possible: Negotiating for Success, The
  • Attempts to Limit Size and Shape of Bureaucracy
  • Attempts to Protect Human Rights
  • Balancing Act, A
  • Balancing Act: National vs. Local Priorities
  • Balancing Act
  • Ballot Changes
  • Ballot Initiative, The
  • Beginning Days of a Presidency, The
  • Beginnings of Social Support in the United States
  • Being Secretary of Labor
  • Benefits of Organizing for a Cause
  • Bill of Rights, The
  • Building Coalitions Across Racial and Socio-Economic Divides
  • Building Consensus
  • Building on Historic Origins
  • Bureaucracy and the Courts, The
  • Bureaucracy in Historical Framework, The
  • Bureaucracy in Perspective, The
  • Cabinet Meetings
  • Cabinets and Presidents
  • Campaign Finance (Part One)
  • Campaign Finance (Part Two)
  • Campaign Finance: Call for Reform
  • Campaign Finance: Laws and Loopholes
  • Campaign Primaries
  • Campaigns and the Media
  • Candidates and Campaigns
  • Case For A Missile Defense System, The
  • Case For Education, The
  • Cases Heard by the U. S. Supreme Court
  • Challenge of Creating a Central Government, The
  • Challenges of Freshmen Congressmen
  • Challenging Office, A
  • Changing Attitudes Toward World Affairs
  • Changing Congressional Boundaries
  • Changing Election Traditions
  • Changing Expectations of the Federal Government
  • Changing Face of the Electorate, The
  • Character, Trust and Leadership
  • Citizen Involvement in the United States
  • Civil Service Reforms
  • Close Call, A
  • Co-existing With Other Departments
  • Cold War and the Cuban Missile Crisis, The
  • Collaboration Among Cabinet Departments
  • Coming of Globalization, The
  • Coming to Terms with Watergate
  • Commitment to Civic Duty
  • Common Carrier Role Impeded by Media Aggressiveness
  • Comparing Presidential Crises (Part One)
  • Comparing Presidential Crises (Part Two)
  • Competition between Levels of Government
  • Concept of Judicial Review, The
  • Conflict and Political Discourse
  • Conflicts and Frustrations
  • Conflictual Nature of Politics Linked to Press, The
  • Congress, Traditional Yet Changing
  • Consistent Partisanship
  • Constitution and The New Republic, The
  • Constitution: The Ratification Debate, The
  • Constitutional Basis of Federalism
  • Constitutional Constraints on the Judiciary
  • Continuity of Political Attitudes
  • Contrast Between Early Congressmen and Today's Legislators
  • Contrast in Nixon's and Reagan's Approach to Federalism
  • Contrasting Attitudes of Europe and America Toward Social Welfare
  • Controlling Consumption and Conserving Scarce Resources
  • Controlling the Message
  • Cooperative Federalism Abandoned in Fight Against Segregation
  • Costs of Campaigning, The
  • Countering the Transmission of Poverty from Generation to Generation
  • Court Takes More Conservative Position on Civil Liberties
  • Court Tightens Congressional Latitude in Use of the Commerce Clause
  • Court and Public Assistance Programs, The
  • Creating the Judicial System
  • Current Status of the U. S. Military
  • Cynicism and Politics
  • Dealing With Global Economic Issues
  • Dealing With Mexico's Financial Crisis
  • Death Penalty, The
  • Debate over the Monetary Policy of the Federal Reserve
  • Decisions, Decisions!
  • Delicate Balance: The Influence of Public Opinion on Political Decision-making, A
  • Developing a Proactive Foreign Policy
  • Development of the U.S. Constitution
  • Diplomacy (Part One)
  • Diplomacy (Part Two)
  • Distinctions Between the Public and Private Sectors
  • Divergent Points of View
  • Dividing Lines
  • Dividing Sovereign Powers Between State and Federal Governments
  • Divisions Between Minority Groups
  • Doctrine of Preemptive Peace
  • Dramatic Differences in Environmental Standards Among Nations of World
  • Due Process and Limited Government
  • Due Process as Protection for Disadvantaged Minorities
  • Due Process of Law and the Rights of the Accused
  • Early Political Training
  • Early Restrictions on Political Involvement
  • Easy Days and Hard Days
  • Education and Training
  • Effect of Contributions on a Politician's Vote, The
  • Elections Won in the Center
  • Environmental Pollution--A Global Concern
  • Equal Rights: Struggling Toward Fairness
  • Equality in Practice?
  • Essence of Leadership, The
  • Events Leading to the Revolutionary War, The
  • Evolution of the Democrat and Republican Parties
  • Evolution of the White House Staff
  • Executive and Legislative Influence Over Federal Judiciary
  • Expansion of Voting Rights, The
  • Expert Knowledge Generates Power
  • Exponential Growth of the Presidency
  • Face Time With the President
  • Factors Beyond a President's Control
  • Facts, Laws, and Original Intent
  • Fallout from Prison Population Growth
  • Federal Court System, The
  • Federal Workplace, The
  • Federalism Decisions of Rehnquist Court, The
  • Federalism: Shifting Winds
  • Federalism
  • Federalist Strategies in the Public Debate
  • First Amendment Protections Require Greater Public Responsibility
  • First Branch, The
  • First Days As Press Secretary
  • First Hundred Days, The
  • Focus of Conversation and Debate, A
  • Forming Coalitions
  • Forming the New Administration
  • Fourteenth Amendment Extends First Amendment Guarantees to States
  • Framers of the Constitution, The
  • Freedom of the Press
  • Freedom of the Press…Has It Gone Too Far?
  • From Campaign to Cabinet
  • From Campaign to Governing
  • From the White House to Treasury
  • Future of U.S. and Russian Relations, The
  • Gap Between Rich and Poor Widens
  • Gerald Ford: The Underrated President
  • Global Politics
  • Globalization's Impact on National Economic Control
  • Glorious Burden, The
  • Government by Committee
  • Government of the People
  • Great Society Increases Size of the Federal Government
  • Group Identification and Political Participation
  • Growth of Welfare Programs in the United States
  • Guarding Against Overreaching Power
  • Guiding the Ship of State
  • Health of the Nation; Health of the Planet
  • Henry Kissinger as Secretary of State
  • High Crimes and Misdemeanors
  • Historical Concepts at the Core of the U.S. Political System
  • Historical Relationship between the U. S. Government and the Nation's Economy
  • House Divided
  • House of Representatives--A Majority-Rule Chamber, The
  • How Big Business Promotes Its Agenda
  • How Does It Feel to Be a New Member of Congress?
  • How Lack of Participation Affects Public Policy and Government Action
  • How Party Interests Impact Legislative Decision making
  • How Presidential Campaigns Have Changed
  • Ideals and Heroes
  • Ideological Differences Between Republicans and Democrats
  • Impact of Affirmative Action, The
  • Impact of Race, Ethnicity, and Gender on Public Opinion
  • Impact of Vietnam on American Foreign Policy
  • Impact of the Convention Compromises
  • Implied Right of Privacy, The
  • Importance of Foreign Policy, The
  • Importance of Goals and Agendas, The
  • In Economic Terms…
  • Increased Protection for Free Speech
  • Incumbency Advantage, The
  • Influence of Outside Forces and Internal Beliefs on Judicial Decision Making, The
  • Influence of Religion on Political Values
  • Intense Competition: Campaign for the White House
  • Interconnected World, An
  • Interest Groups and Professional Lobbyists
  • Interest Groups: Organizing for Influence
  • Interest-group Society, An
  • Investment and Productivity
  • Is Affordable Healthcare an Individual or Governmental Responsible?
  • Is Freedom of Speech an Absolute?
  • Issuing Decisions and Opinions
  • James Baker's Family Background
  • James Baker's Political Roots
  • Job of Press Secretary, The
  • Journey of a Bill
  • Judge's Political Beliefs, A
  • Judicial Decisions Contribute to the Quest for Equal Rights
  • Judicial Independence
  • Judicial Review
  • Judiciary, a Legal and Political Institution, The
  • Judiciary: Applying the Law, The
  • Landmark Legislation Stimulates Equal Rights Progress
  • Language of International Diplomacy, The
  • Leader for a Nation
  • Legal Precedent
  • Legislating from the Bench
  • Legislative Responses to Executive Abuses
  • License to Blame
  • Limitations on Free Speech
  • Limitations on the " Power of the People"
  • Long Struggle for Citizenship and Right to Vote
  • Long Term Solutions to the Financial Crisis
  • Lower Court Nominations
  • Maintaining a Presence in Home District
  • Making A Difference
  • Managing or Being Managed?
  • Mass-Marketing of Politics
  • Media-based Politics Replaces the Personal Touch
  • Medical Priorities and Supply-side Controls
  • Military Operations Other Than War
  • Monica Lewinsky Episode, The
  • Most Basic of Rights, The
  • Most Powerful Lobbying Groups, The
  • Most Significant Events Covered
  • Motivation to Run for Public Office
  • Moving to Extremes
  • Myth of Unilateralism, The
  • Nation's Fiscal Policy, A
  • Nation's Welfare, The
  • National Conventions and Presidential Elections
  • National Conversation, The
  • National and International Dimensions of Health
  • Need to Redefine Journalism in the 21st Century, The
  • Negotiating With Congress
  • News Media: Communicating Political Images, The
  • News Organizations
  • Nuclear Threat, The
  • Obscenity…Is It Free Speech?
  • Of Presidents and Saints
  • One Job; Many Masters
  • One Nation; Many Voices
  • Open Markets
  • Organizing for Congressional Business
  • Party Activists More Extreme than Majority of Party Members
  • Party Affiliation and Political Attitudes
  • Party Affiliation in Europe and the United States
  • Party Politics
  • Paths to Political Office
  • Paying Down the National Debt
  • Perspectives on Federalism
  • Perspectives on U. S. Involvement in Operation Iraqi Freedom
  • Pervasiveness of the Federal Bureaucracy, The
  • Players on the Foreign Policy Stage
  • Political Participation Impacts Health of the Nation
  • Political Participation and Voting
  • Political Parties in the Age of Television
  • Political Parties
  • Politician-Centered Politics
  • Politics and Compromise: The Art of the Possible
  • Politics and Negotiation
  • Politics of Diplomacy, The
  • Politics of Extremism, The
  • Post Cold War Foreign Policy
  • Post Cold War Foreign Policy
  • Power Imperative, The
  • Preserve, Protect, and Defend
  • Presidency and Fiduciary Responsibility, The
  • Presidency and the State Department, The
  • Presidency, The: A Delicate Balancing Act
  • Presidency, The: Challenges of Governing
  • Presidency, a Position With Sparse Constitutional Direction, the
  • President Clinton's Management Style
  • President's Changing Leadership Responsibilities
  • President's Relationship with Congress
  • Presidential Campaigns
  • Presidential End Runs
  • Presidential Flaws
  • Presidential Leadership Qualities
  • Presidential Use of Polls
  • Press Secretaries and the Press
  • Press Secretary Jobs
  • Primary System, The
  • Proper Role of the Judiciary
  • Public Backlash Against Public Benefit Programs
  • Public Opinion Polls and Politics
  • Public Opinion and Political Socialization
  • Public Service
  • Public Support for Presidential Policies
  • Qualifications for the Federal Bench
  • Qualities of a Great Secretary of State
  • Question of Effectiveness, A
  • Ratification Strategies
  • Ratification of the Constitution and the Creation of the Bill of Rights, The
  • Reagan Triumvirate, The
  • Reasons People have Immigrated to the United States since Colonial Times, The
  • Reasons for and Patterns of Immigration
  • Reconciling Differences Between House and Senate Versions of a Bill
  • Relationship Between the United States and China, The
  • Religious Voice in the Public Square, The
  • Remembering Ronald Reagan
  • Removing Elected Officials Who Violate Public Trust
  • Reporting on the White House: Three Perspectives
  • Representation in the House and Senate
  • Republican Congress, The
  • Response to Increase in Violent Crimes
  • Response to the Financial Crisis of 2008 – President Obama’s Watch
  • Response to the Financial Crisis of 2008 – The Bush Administration
  • Revival of Belief in the Free Market
  • Right to Petition Government, The
  • Rights of the Accused
  • Road to the White House 2008, The
  • Role of the Press as Watchdog, The
  • Role of the Secretary of State, The
  • Ronald Reagan and Leadership
  • Rule of Nine
  • Rules of Law
  • Running the Show
  • Safeguards Against the Abuse of Power
  • Sanctions as an Alternative to Military Force
  • Scorecard on Equal Rights
  • Search and Seizure Protections
  • Securing the Presidential Nomination
  • Selecting and Deciding Cases
  • Senate Approval Process, The
  • Serving the Unserved
  • Setting Priorities
  • Shaping Policy
  • Should Employers Be Responsible for Providing Health Insurance?
  • Skills, Jobs and Benefits
  • Slow Pace of Campaign Reform, The
  • Slowly Expanding Electorate, A
  • Snow Angels in the Rose Garden
  • Social Stratification of Political Participation
  • Social and Political Change in the United States
  • Staffing the Department of Labor
  • State Court Systems
  • Status of Workers, The
  • Steps Toward a Constitutional Democracy
  • Steps in a Trial
  • Strategies to Enlist Government Support
  • Striking a Regulatory Balance
  • Struggle for Rights
  • Succeeding in Washington
  • Successful Campaigns: Image or Reality?
  • Supreme Court Vacancies
  • Supreme Court's Role in Federalism, The
  • Taking Charge
  • Terms of Employment
  • Three-fifths Compromise, The
  • Tools of Diplomacy
  • Trade Sanctions; a Pressure Tactic That Rarely Works
  • Treasury and the Federal Reserve, The
  • Trial, The
  • Tripartite Distribution of Powers
  • Trouble With Tax Cuts, The
  • Truth as a Defense in Cases of Libel and Slander
  • Two Divergent Tiers of the American Welfare State, The
  • Two Political Parties Emerge During Washington's Administration
  • Two Roads to Philadelphia
  • U. S. Voter Turnout Lags Behind Other Democracies
  • U.S. Foreign Policy Through Changing Administrations
  • U.S. and Parliamentary System Elections
  • United States Senate, The
  • United States and Russia During the Cold War, The
  • Unity: A Rare but Essential Commodity
  • Unspoken Social Compact, The
  • Vast Wilderness Kindles Individualism and Self-determination
  • Voter's Challenge, The
  • Washington Monument Syndrome, The
  • Way of Limiting Power, A
  • Welfare Reform
  • Well-intentioned Red Tape Impedes Efficiency
  • What caused the 21st Century’s First Recession?
  • When Third Parties Make a Difference
  • When To Intervene
  • White House Chief of Staff: Challenges (Part One)
  • White House Chief of Staff: Challenges (Part Two)
  • White House Staff, The
  • Who Governs?
  • Will the Philadelphia Convention Attract a Quorum?
  • Winning the News Game
  • Working With Career Civil Servants
  • Working With Congress
  • Working With Congress