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UOTTAWAPOL 1101Wolfgang KoernerFall

POL 1101 Study Guide - Comprehensive Final Guide: Cim-10 Bomarc, World Trade Organization, Al-Qaeda

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UOTTAWAPOL 1101Daniel Pierre- AntoineWinter

POL 1101 Study Guide - Comprehensive Midterm Guide: Society 1, Limited Government, W. M. Keck Observatory

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UOTTAWAPOL 1101Wolfgang KoernerFall

POL 1101 Study Guide - Final Guide: Limited Government, Individualism, Profit Motive

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Freedom: individuals have the right to make choices for themselves. This freedom is not absolute, and some behaviors, such as murder, are prohibited. F
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POL 1101 Study Guide - Authoritarianism, Openmarket, Neoconservatism

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POL 1101 Study Guide - Final Guide: French Revolution, Negative Liberty, State Ownership

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11 Jul 2014
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UOTTAWAPOL 1101Ivaylo GrouevFall

POL 1101 Study Guide - Final Guide: United Nations Charter, Humanitarian Intervention, Neoconservatism

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3 Dec 2016
Humanitarian intervention (4: charter of the united nations. Article 2 (4) of the charter prohibits the threat or use of force and calls on all members
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UOTTAWAPOL 1101AllSpring

POL 1101 Study Guide - Final Guide: Deterritorialization, Maurice Duverger, Homo Economicus

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UOTTAWAPOL 1101AllWinter

POLITICAL PARTY.docx

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Democracy and its alternatives.docx

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POL 1101 Study Guide - Synchrony And Diachrony, Area Studies

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MAT 1348 Lecture Notes - Lecture 8: Contraposition, Rational Number

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De nition: an integer n is called odd if n = 2k + 1 for some integer k, and is called even if n = 2m for some integer m. Theorem: if n is an odd intege
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MAT 1348 Lecture Notes - Lecture 3: Contraposition, Idempotence, Discrete Mathematics

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17 May 2020
Contingency if it can be true or false depending on the truth value assignment of the propositions that make up the compound proposi- tion. Example: th
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MAT 1348 Lecture Notes - Lecture 1: Propositional Calculus, Automated Reasoning, Propositional Variable

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16 May 2020
We need to understand the rules of logic in order to understand and evaluate mathematical statements. These rules form the basis of automated reasoning
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MAT 1348 Lecture 22: Lectures from 22 to 24

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17 May 2020
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MAT 1348 Lecture Notes - Lecture 11: Bijection, Surjective Function, Idempotence

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17 May 2020
Let us prove rigorously that identity (17) is indeed correct. Example: a b = a b. To prove equality we need to prove: (i) a b a b, and (ii) a b a b (i)
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MAT 1348 Lecture Notes - Lecture 17: Postal Codes In Canada, English Alphabet, Product Rule

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17 May 2020
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MAT 1348 Lecture Notes - Lecture 15: Equivalence Class

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17 May 2020
When de ning a function we require that the function takes each ele- ment from the domain to exactly one element in the codomain. Given a function f :
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MAT 1348 Lecture Notes - Lecture 7: Fallacy, Begging, Hypothetical Syllogism

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17 May 2020
P1: logic is di cult or not many students like logic. P2: if mathematics is easy, then logic is not di cult. Do the conclusions below make a valid argu
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UOTTAWAWinter

MAT 1348 Lecture Notes - Lecture 2: Contraposition

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17 May 2020
English expressions true if and only if p is false. It is not the case that p true if and only if both p and q are true false if and only if both p and
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MAT 1348 Lecture Notes - Lecture 5: Disjunctive Normal Form

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17 May 2020
Recall: a proposition is said to be in disjunctive normal form (dnf) if it is a disjunction of conjunctive clauses, or is itself a con- junctive clause
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UOTTAWAPOL 1101Wolfgang KoernerWinter

POL 1101 Lecture Notes - Lecture 1: Comparative Politics, Politeia, Rational Basis Review

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27 May 2016
Greeks saw institutes as rising and falling but couldn"t stop it from happening. Prior to this civilization was justi ed by religion. Once you knew how
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UOTTAWAPOL 1101Daniel Pierre- AntoineFall

Notes from Entire Year

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Why study: politics is a vital part of life. Helps reduce conflict because large groups of people have differing views. Makes decisions that try to ben
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UOTTAWAPOL 1101Tyler AttwoodWinter

POL 1101 Lecture Notes - Lecture 2: Michael Walzer, Complex Interdependence, Human Security

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UOTTAWAPOL 1101Luc TurgeonFall

POL 1101 Lecture Notes - Lecture 3: United States

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UOTTAWAPOL 1101Luc TurgeonFall

POL 1101 Lecture Notes - Lecture 5: Neoliberalism, Femininity, Environmentalism

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23 Feb 2015
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UOTTAWAPOL 1101Luc TurgeonFall

POL 1101 Lecture Notes - Lecture 4: Authoritarianism

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23 Feb 2015
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UOTTAWAPOL 1101Wolfgang KoernerSpring

POL 1101 Lecture Notes - Lecture 1: Know Thyself, Responsible Government, Simple Resolution

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21 May 2017
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UOTTAWAPOL 1101Wolfgang KoernerFall

POL 1101 Lecture Notes - Lecture 1: Congress, Westminster System, 6 Years

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16 Apr 2016
Scholars have always studied and compared the canadian"s parliamentary system and the. American"s congressional system, trying to determine which one w
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UOTTAWAPOL 1101Andre LecoursFall

Parliamentary and Presidential Systems

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29 Sep 2011
A) parliamentary system: dual executive: head of government (prime minister) and head of state (acts as arbritrator, Parliamentary monarchies and parli
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UOTTAWAPOL 1101Wolfgang KoernerFall

POL 1101 Lecture Notes - Lecture 2: International Criminal Court, Avocation, Demigod

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15 Oct 2015
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UOTTAWAPOL 1101Tyler AttwoodWinter

POL 1101 Chapter Notes - Chapter 1: Global Politics, Economic Globalization, September 11 Attacks

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UOTTAWAPOL 1101Wolfgang KoernerFall

POL 1101 Chapter Notes - Chapter 3: Decision-Making, Authoritarianism

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Power: ability to achieve goals in a political system and to have others do as you wish them to. Principal concept in political studies because it atte
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UOTTAWAPOL 1101Tyler AttwoodWinter

POL 1101 Chapter Notes - Chapter 4: Arctic Council, Human Security, Critical Role

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UOTTAWAPOL 1101Matthew KerbyFall

POL 1101 Chapter 9-16: Study Notes, Ch. 9-16.docx

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22 Apr 2015
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UOTTAWAPOL 1101Tyler AttwoodWinter

POL 1101 Chapter Notes - Chapter 3: Security Dilemma, Liberal Internationalism, Economic Liberalism

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Theory: set of propositions that help to understand events; can limit what we see (can restrict view) or help us see things better. Theories of int"l r
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UOTTAWAPOL 1101Tyler AttwoodWinter

POL 1101 Chapter Notes - Chapter 2: Allies Of World War Ii, Global Financial System, Total War

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19 Feb 2016
Emergence of a new divide between rich and poor states: related to climate change and weather weirding have devastated regions across the world. E. g.
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UOTTAWAPOL 1101Daniel Pierre- AntoineFall

POL 1101 Chapter Notes - Chapter 1-4: Authoritarianism, Internal Control, Proletariat

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Power: ability to achieve goals in a political system and to have others do as you wish them to. Power and authority can be bought with economic wealth
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UOTTAWAPOL 1101Matthew KerbyFall

POL 1101 Chapter Notes - Chapter 1-4: Externality, Zero-Sum Game, Opportunity Cost

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Public goods are something that a community wants but cannot obtain by their own individual means ex: roads, fresh air . Public goods are indivisible (
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UOTTAWAPOL 1101Andre LecoursFall

POL 1101 Chapter Notes -Distributive Justice, Nationstates, Unemployment Benefits

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They are the formation of bloody battles and endured violence: cultural homogeneity, the people broke off into different cultures due to their language
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UOTTAWAPOL 1101Matthew KerbyFall

POL 1101 Chapter Notes - Chapter 5-8: Totalitarianism, Authoritarianism

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