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Class Notes for POLS1009 at Australian National University

Research and Writing in Political Science

POLS1009 Lecture Notes - Lecture 2: Inductive Reasoning, Selection Bias, Deductive Reasoning
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L2 THE COMPARITIVE METHOD - What is the comparative method? - What are the advantages/pitfalls of comparison? - What are some examples? Recall: Independent and Dependent Variables - Dependent ...

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POLS1009 Lecture Notes - Lecture 1: Sudo, Scottish National Party, Political Journalism
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POLS1009 LECTURE 1 Admin - Short Paper: 1000 words. o Using the comparative method (either difference or similar) o Same sex marriage in Canada and Australia o Welfare expendit...

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POLS1009 Lecture Notes - Lecture 7: Simple Random Sample, Sampling Bias, Pivot Table
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L7 INFERENCE (AKA STATISTICS WITHOUT TEARS) - Under methodology heading you need to explain why you recoded etc. Justify your literature. Find some else who has done what youve done. - DUE 4pm INFE...

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POLS1009 Lecture Notes - Lecture 11: Frankfurt School, Antonio Gramsci, Erich Fromm
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L11 CRITICAL THEORY 1. Introduction to Critical Theory 2. What is Critical Theory? 3. Main Critical Theorists 4. Sub-branches of Critical Theory 5. Positivism vs Critical Theory 6. Critical ...

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POLS1009 Lecture Notes - Lecture 8: Unthinkable, Scientific Method, Null Hypothesis
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L8 WHY DO WE THEORISE? 1. What is an explanation? 2. What is a theory? 3. Why we theorise or how does this help us understand stuff? Causation: trying to explain why stuff happens? Explaining stuff: ...

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POLS1009 Lecture Notes - Lecture 10: Collective Action, Strategic Dominance, Historical Institutionalism
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L10 RATIONAL CHOICE THEORY 1. A definition of RCT (including what it excludes) 2. Nash equilibrium 3. Collective action problems/social dilemmas 4. Political Illustrations 5. RCT vs. historical in...

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POLS1009 Lecture Notes - Lecture 12: Selection Bias, Dependent And Independent Variables, Big Finish Productions
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L12 THE BIG FINISH 1. What did we try and accomplish this year? 2. Can political science be scientific (in the physicist sense)? 3. Whats on the final exam? Political Science? - Political science is...

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POLS1009 Lecture Notes - Lecture 3: Gerrymandering, Falsifiability
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L3 CONCEPTS AND CASE SELECTION - Use on method or the other - Try and test your hypothesis. Know the limits. - Be clear about how you could be wrong. How your hypothesis is viable. - In terms o...

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POLS1009 Lecture Notes - Lecture 9: Collective Action, Big Data, Tute
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L9 INSTITUTIONAL THEORY: HISTORY, RULES AND NORMS 1. What is an institution? 2. What is new institutionalism? 3. What is punctuated equilibrium and a critical juncture? A desire for more general explanatio...

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POLS1009 Lecture Notes - Lecture 6: Contingency Table, Turnitin, Descriptive Statistics
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SECOND ASSIGNMENT WK 6 - ESPS - Research enterprise - The statistics are a means to an end - Due September 27 at 1600 - 2000 words - At least 5 academic (journals, books, etc.) s...

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Permachart - Marketing Reference Guide: Multilateral Treaty, European Economic Community, Statute Of The International Court Of Justice

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Permachart - Marketing Reference Guide: Liberal Democracy, Illiberal Democracy, Representative Democracy

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