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U OF GPOLS 2200Janine ClarkFall

POLS 2200- Midterm Exam Guide - Comprehensive Notes for the exam ( 14 pages long!)

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POLS2200 Midterm: pols2200 midtermreview

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U OF GPOLS 2200Ian SpearsFall

POLS*2200 International Relations Study Notes

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16 Dec 2011
Theories: a set of ideas formulated to explain something. Don t include everything, supposed to simplify and give order (parsimonious) Paradigms: broad
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U OF GPOLS 2200Janine ClarkFall

POLS 2200 Study Guide - Midterm Guide: Class Conflict, Bourgeoisie, Underconsumption

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10 Dec 2015
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U OF GPOLS 2200Cindy ClarkeFall

POLS 2200 Midterm: POLS2200 midterm 1

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10 Nov 2016
Tend to look at ir in terms of states seeking power. States are the only real actors in ir. No o(cid:448)erar(cid:272)hi(cid:374)g (cid:271)ody or (cid
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POLS2200 Final: POLS2200Review

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21 Dec 2015
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U OF GPOLS 2200Mark YanisziewskiFall

POLS2200 Final: POLS2200Review

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U OF GPOLS 2200Mark YaniszewskiFall

POLS 2200 Quiz: Liberals – Idealists

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POLS 2200 Study Guide - Groupthink

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13 Apr 2014
Flawed decision making process: (1) time pressures, rushed the decision before thinking it through, (2) newness of the kennedy administration was a pro
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U OF GPOLS 2200Julie ClarkFall

POLS 2200 Study Guide - Final Guide: Rational Agent, Normative Economics, Thomas Schelling

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CHEM 1040 Study Guide - Final Guide: Intermediate 1, Nucleophilic Substitution, Bromine

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16 May
The electrophile, h+, opens up the pi bond of the alkene by bonding with two electrons and the h goes to the side with the most h"s (to produce a methy
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CHEM 1040 Lecture Notes - Lecture 3: Combustion Analysis, Ibuprofen, Molar Mass

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16 May
The molar mass of calcium phosphate is 310. 18 g/mol: 1. 77 10 2 mol, 5. 32 10 2 mol, 6. 28 10 2 mol, 4. 07 10 2 mol, combustion analysis of a 12. 0 mg
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PSYC 2740 Chapter Notes - Chapter 3: Cognitive Therapy, Trait Theory, Risky Sexual Behavior

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12 Feb 2020
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PSYC 2740 Study Guide - Midterm Guide: Role Theory, Mechanical Engineering, Clinical Psychology

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12 Feb 2020
Differences between men and women in terms of personality or behavior without regard to the causes of those differences are called: a. sex differences,
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U OF GWinter

PSYC 2740 Study Guide - Midterm Guide: Differential Psychology, Stress Management, Pessimism

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12 Feb 2020
Multiple choice: which of the following is important in fighting the spread of aids, research on a vaccine, research on the hiv virus, research on beha
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PSYC 2740 Study Guide - Midterm Guide: Personality Disorder, Histrionic Personality Disorder, Bundesautobahn 81

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12 Feb 2020
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PSYC 2740 Chapter Notes - Chapter 2: Open Data Protocol, Startle Response, Rorschach Test

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12 Feb 2020
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PSYC 2740 Chapter Notes - Chapter 6: Human Genome Project, Trait Theory, Heritability

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PSYC 2740 Study Guide - Midterm Guide: Personality Psychology, Parental Investment, Steven Pinker

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12 Feb 2020
Among lowland yanomam men, one of the least desirable personality characteristics is: a. cowardice, b. neuroticism, c. low self-esteem, d. aggressivene
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PSYC 2740 Study Guide - Midterm Guide: Extraversion And Introversion, Social Comparison Theory, Physical Attractiveness

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12 Feb 2020
Multiple choice: the way you see and define your self is known as your, self-esteem, self-concept, social identity, self-esteem variability. Page: 463:
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U OF GPOLS 2200Mark YanisziewskiFall

POLS 2200 Lecture Notes - Totalitarianism, Che Guevara, Strategic Missile Troops

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26 Nov 2012
A way of coherently linking a descriptive element (what happened) with an analytical component (why things happen) and usually a normative or prescript
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U OF GPOLS 2200Cindy ClarkeWinter

POLS 2200 Lecture Notes - Lecture 15: Kenneth Waltz, Joseph Nye, Terrorist Threats

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24 Dec 2016
Neo-classical realism brings together the belief in the importance of the international state system and the relative power of states with a belief in
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U OF GPOLS 2200Cindy ClarkeWinter

POLS 2200 Lecture Notes - Lecture 9: Mohammed Ayoob, Mohammad Reza Pahlavi, Security Dilemma

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24 Dec 2016
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U OF GPOLS 2200Janine ClarkFall

POLS 2200 Lecture Notes - Lecture 8: Iraq War, Ulama, Gulf War

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22 Dec 2016
Scholars point to the fact that many states of the global south are weak and that this has a significant impact on international relations and on neo-r
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U OF GPOLS 2200Cindy ClarkeWinter

POLS 2200 Lecture Notes - Lecture 4: Immanuel Kant, Cobweb Model, Billiard Ball

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24 Dec 2016
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U OF GPOLS 2200Janine ClarkFall

POLS2200 Lecture 16: POLS 2200 nov 5.docx

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2 Apr 2015
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U OF GPOLS 2200Janine ClarkFall

POLS 2200 Lecture Notes - Lecture 1: Kenneth Waltz, The Billiard Ball, Billiard Ball

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29 Sep 2017
Seeks to provide a scientific explanation of the international political system. Waltz begins with independent states existing and operating within a s
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U OF GPOLS 2200Janine ClarkFall

POLS 2200 Lecture 4: Strategic Realism and Game Theory

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16 Feb 2019
Given the emphasis on security, power is central to realists. How do realists understand or define power: power is understood in material terms, realis
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U OF GPOLS 2200Janine ClarkFall

POLS 2200 Lecture Notes - Lecture 1: Quasi

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22 Dec 2016
The most commonly used definition of the state is a human community that successfully claims the monopoly of the legitimate use of physical force withi
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U OF GPOLS 2200Janine ClarkFall

POLS 2200 Lecture Notes - Lecture 4: Neoclassical Realism, Kenneth Waltz, Nuclear Umbrella

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17 Oct 2017
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U OF GPOLS 2200Janine ClarkFall

POLS 2200 Chapter Notes -Zero-Sum Game, Critical Theory, International Political Economy

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2 Apr 2015
May overlap and can focus on the same problem, but value underlies the selection of the problems to which empirical theories are addressed. Empirical t
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U OF GPOLS 2200Ian SpearsFall

POLS*2200 International Relations Realism

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16 Dec 2011
 states are the most important actors in an anarchical world lacking central legitimate governance. Study the relationship among these units, especial
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U OF GPOLS 2200Ian SpearsFall

POLS*2200 International Relations Chapter 1

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16 Dec 2011
International relations is concerned with more in than relations between/among states, also concerned with other actors (international organizations, m
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U OF GPOLS 2200Ian SpearsFall

POLS*2200 Reading: Pankaj Ghemawat

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11 Dec 2011
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U OF GPOLS 2200Ian SpearsFall

POLS*2200 Reading: Faswant Singh

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11 Dec 2011
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U OF GPOLS 2200Ian SpearsFall

POLS*2200 International Relations Thucydides

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16 Dec 2011
 realism in its boldest and most extreme form, essential ingredients.  cautions as to the extreme pursuit of foreign policy lacking a concern for jus
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U OF GPOLS 2200Ian SpearsFall

POLS*2200 International Relations Kenneth Waltz

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16 Dec 2011
 to explain how peace can be achieved, one must improve ones understanding of the causes of war.  first image: human behavior: wars result from selfi
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U OF GPOLS 2200Ian SpearsFall

POLS*2200 Reading: Christopher Layne

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11 Dec 2011
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U OF GPOLS 2200Ian SpearsFall

POLS*2200 Reading: Garrett Hardin

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POLS*2200 Reading: Benjamin Barber, WW Norton

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POLS 2200 Lecture Notes - Lecture 3: Siege Of Melos, Delian League, Peloponnesian League

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POLS 2200 Lecture Notes - Lecture 2: Hegemony, Quasi

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POLS 2200 Lecture Notes - Lecture 4: Neoclassical Realism, Kenneth Waltz, Nuclear Umbrella

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POLS 2200 Lecture Notes - Lecture 5: Classical Liberalism, Invisible Hand, On Liberty

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17 Oct 2017
Lecture five - liberalism, interdependence and global governance. How does liberalism differ from realism in terms of its actors, assumptions and focus
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POLS 2200- Midterm Exam Guide - Comprehensive Notes for the exam ( 14 pages long!)

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