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UTSCPOLB50Y3Christopher CochraneSummer

POLB50Y3- Final Exam Guide - Comprehensive Notes for the exam ( 34 pages long!)

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What could our government look like: classical notion of democracy: direct participation/instead of representative (switzerland, chi(cid:374)ese go(cid
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UTSCPOLB50Y3Christopher CochraneSummer

POLB50Y3- Midterm Exam Guide - Comprehensive Notes for the exam ( 34 pages long!)

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UTSCPOLB50Y3Holly GibbsFall

POLB50Y3 Study Guide - Final Guide: Monarchy Of Canada, Westminster System, Advocacy Group

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UTSCPOLB50Y3allSpring

Exam study Notes

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UTSCPOLB50Y3Christopher CochraneFall

POLB50Y3 Study Guide - Midterm Guide: Canada Pension Plan, Voluntary Sector, Action Action

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The first section (worth 40%) asks you to define and indicate the significance of 8 key terms. You get to choose from a list of 10. All of the key term
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UTSCPOLB50Y3Mcc AlllisterSummer

POLB50Y3 Study Guide - Midterm Guide: Gien, Infor, Ontario Health Insurance Plan

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Power is dispersed rather than controlled by a single group. If overlooked by the government will lead to mobilixation and activiation of resources; Ex
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UTSCPOLB50Y3James Mc AllisterWinter

Exam Guide to Political System/Public Programs

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UTSCPOLB50Y3Holly GibbsFall

POLB50Y3 Study Guide - Final Guide: Single Transferable Vote, Secret Ballot, Minority Government

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General"s representation that the policy has been officially sanctioned. In a single member election the candidate with the highest number, not necessa
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UTSCPOLB50Y3Holly GibbsFall

Final Exam terms and definitions

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UTSCPOLB50Y3Christopher CochraneWinter

POLB50Y3 Study Guide - Midterm Guide: Federal Accountability Act, Canada Elections Act, Pacific Scandal

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UTSCBIOC13H3Jason BrownSummer

BIOC13H3 Lecture Notes - Lecture 1: Feodor Felix Konrad Lynen, Cytosol, Southwest Ohio Regional Transit Authority

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Suggested reading: chapter 3 (sections 3. 1 3. 4) Metabolism is the sum total of all chemical reactions taking place in an organism. Metabolism is orga
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UTSCBIOC13H3Jason BrownSummer

BIOC13H3 Lecture Notes - Lecture 2: Stereoisomerism, Hydrolysis, Ketone

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UTSCMGOC10H3Vinh QuanSummer

MGOC10H3 Lecture 8: Scoring models and AHP

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UTSCMGOC10H3Vinh QuanSummer

MGOC10H3 Lecture 10: Waiting line models 1

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UTSCMGOC10H3Vinh QuanSummer

MGOC10H3 Lecture 6: Applications involving 0-1 variables

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UTSCMGOC10H3Vinh QuanSummer

MGOC10H3 Study Guide - Midterm Guide: Expected Return, Feasible Region, Graph Paper

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UTSCMGOC10H3Vinh QuanSummer

MGOC10H3 Lecture 9: Decision trees

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UTSCMGOC10H3Vinh QuanSummer

MGOC10H3 Study Guide - Final Guide: Feasible Region, Radiography, Perfect Information

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UTSCMGOC10H3Vinh QuanSummer

MGOC10H3 Lecture 11: Waiting line models 2

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UTSCMGOC10H3Vinh QuanSummer

MGOC10H3 Lecture 7: Goal Programming

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UTSCPOLB50Y3Christopher CochraneFall

POLB50Y3 Lecture Notes - Lecture 1: Formal System

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UTSCPOLB50Y3Christopher CochraneSummer

POLB50Y3 Lecture Notes - Lecture 10: Parenting, Living Wage, Asceticism

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Patriation process, canada just came out of that. Had been series of intercontinental battles over what charter would look like. Found that fed gov was
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UTSCPOLB50Y3Christopher CochraneSummer

POLB50Y3 Lecture Notes - Lecture 1: North American Free Trade Agreement, General Agreement On Tariffs And Trade, World Trade Organization

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What could our government look like: classical notion of democracy: direct participation/instead of representative (switzerland, chi(cid:374)ese go(cid
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UTSCPOLB50Y3Christopher CochraneFall

POLB50Y3 Lecture Notes - Lecture 1: Canadian Economics Association, Real Country, Cultural Mosaic

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UTSCPOLB50Y3Christopher CochraneFall

POLB50Y3 Lecture Notes - Lecture 4: Distinct Society, American Civil War, Indirect Tax

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Women tend to be more democratic and men tend to be more republican. We can say that our country is a provincial legislative supremacy. John a. macdona
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UTSCPOLB50Y3Christopher CochraneSummer

POLB50Y3 Lecture Notes - Lecture 6: Civil Liberties, Secret Ballot, Asian Canadians

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UTSCPOLB50Y3Christopher CochraneFall

POLB50Y3 Lecture Notes - Lecture 8: Context-Dependent Memory, Unitary State, Western Alienation In Canada

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Federalist"s wanted to construct a system of government as much as the british government that our system would permit. French vs. english people, diff
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UTSCPOLB50Y3Christopher CochraneFall

POLB50 Lecture 17: POLB50 – Lecture Notes (Week 17)

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UTSCPOLB50Y3Christopher CochraneSummer

POLB50Y3 Lecture Notes - Lecture 9: Canada Health Transfer, Canada Social Transfer, Quasi

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Federalism= constitutional principle that holds that you can take the sovereignty of a state and divide it up. In the uk, sovereignty is vested in the
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UTSCPOLB50Y3Christopher CochraneFall

POLB50Y3 Lecture Notes - Lecture 9: Unitary State, Context-Dependent Memory

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Federalism in canada all the social causes in lecture 2. Contextual effects regio(cid:374)s are differe(cid:374)t (cid:271)e(cid:272)ause there"s so(ci
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UTSCPOLB50Y3Christopher CochraneFall

POLB50Y3 Chapter Notes - Chapter 1: Rand Dyck, Public Choice, Voluntary Sector

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Private or voluntary sector parts of society and the economy that function separately from government. Expressing our feelings to government need to de
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UTSCPOLB50Y3Christopher CochraneFall

POLB50Y3 Chapter Notes - Chapter 2: Rand Dyck, Report On The Affairs Of British North America, Canadian Confederation

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Chapter 2: institutional foundations and the evolution of the state. 1713 treaty of utrecht britain control nova scotia and newfoundland. 1759 britain
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UTSCPOLB50Y3Christopher CochraneFall

Chapter 3. - Canadian Politics: Critical Approaches; Rand Dyck

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51 canadian political system characterized by regionalism. 1979 task force on canadian unity: regional communities require an institutional framework i
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UTSCPOLB50Y3Christopher CochraneFall

POLB50Y3 Chapter Notes - Chapter 1: Class Conflict, Voluntary Sector, Political Psychology

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Political issue: an issue that involves a decision on the part of a collective to act or not to act, in a particular manner. Politics: the practice of
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UTSCPOLB50Y3Christopher CochraneFall

POLB50Y3 Chapter Notes - Chapter 23: Conscience Vote, Canada Health Act, Caucus

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The elected representatives of the canadian people meet in open, verbal combat in question. Period in the house of commons about 135 days/year. Members
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UTSCPOLB50Y3Christopher CochraneFall

POLB50Y3 Chapter Notes - Chapter 2: Cooperative Federalism, Minority Government, Political Freedom

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Representative government: a set of political institutions that included an elected legislative assembly. Achieved by all the colonies by 1791. Althoug
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UTSCPOLB50Y3Christopher CochraneFall

POLB50 Chapter 11: POLB50 – Rand Dyck, Christopher Cochrane - Chapter 11

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UTSCPOLB50Y3Christopher CochraneFall

POLB50Y3 Chapter Notes - Chapter 13: Judicial Independence, Battle Of The Plains Of Abraham, Charlottetown Conference

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Canada quebec act: provided for a new set of gov"t institutions, est. a council to advise the governor of the colony, roman catholics were allowed free
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UTSCPOLB50Y3Christopher CochraneFall

POLB50Y3 Chapter Notes - Chapter 12: Mass Media, Transmedia Storytelling, Digital Divide

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Chapter 12: political socialization, the mass media, and public opinion pol. Many newspapers can now be accessed online. Free dailies jeopardize the ne
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UTSCPOLB50Y3Christopher CochraneFall

POLB50Y3 Chapter Notes - Chapter 18: Enumerated Powers, Canadian Federalism, Conditionality

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POLB50Y3 Study Guide - Midterm Guide: Tyrant, Bicameralism, Responsible Government

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Part i: multiple choice (15 questions, worth 1 mark each, 15 marks total) Part ii: define & significance (5 questions, worth 5 marks each, 25 marks tot
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POLB50Y3 Study Guide - Midterm Guide: Shool, Parliamentary Sovereignty, Histology

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POLB50Y3 Chapter Notes - Chapter 2: Terra Nullius, Quebec Act, Constitutional Basis Of Taxation In Australia

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POLB50Y3 Chapter Notes - Chapter 1: Political Sociology, David Easton, Political Psychology

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