PSCI 2306-212 23 April 2017 Political Subcultures Residing in Texas In the United States, there are 3 different political subcultures. These three different political subcultures that make the United States what it is are the individualistic, moralistic and the traditionalistic subcultures. In the great state of Texas, the most common political subculture would have to be a mix between the traditionalistic and the individualistic subculture. In the individualistic subculture, there are many ways that
with various sorts of political establishments, electoral instruments and creative public policies. The political societies of these legislatures help characterize the legitimate exercises of governments, how they should work and who ought to partake. The investigation of state and local political culture in the United States has been ruled by Daniel Elazar's model of the moralistic, individualistic and traditionalistic subcultures. All the more as of late "another political culture" has risen in
history before it joined the US. Texas is also a state with many political differences, but it is based around one particular political culture. Political culture is like a culture itself; many beliefs and habits blended into one single community, but involving politics. Texas especially, has a variety of international beliefs, but its politics mainly revolves around one subculture.