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Class Notes for 1102GIR at Griffith University

The Mechanics of Power

1102GIR Lecture Notes - Lecture 13: Proportional Representation, Public Administration

L13. Course Review Important Review Themes Power: The ability to make someone do what they would not have otherwise done Authority: Exercise of power that is accepted by subjects o Usually takes the form of rule or governm...

Political Sci & Policy Studies
1102GIR
Cosmo Howard
1102GIR Lecture Notes - Lecture 12: Hague Conventions Of 1899 And 1907, John Donne, Nationstates

L12. International Organisations "No man is an island, Entire of itself, Every man is a piece of the continent, A part of the main. If a clod be washed away by the sea, Europe is the less. As well as if a promontory were...

Political Sci & Policy Studies
1102GIR
Cosmo Howard
1102GIR Lecture Notes - Lecture 11: Catherine Parr, Iranian Revolution, Religious Persecution

L11. Church and Religion The Spanish Inquisition Tribunal del Santo Oficio de la Inquisicin o Followed earlier Medieval/Papal inquisitions to combat 'heresy' o 1478-1834 o Conques...

Political Sci & Policy Studies
1102GIR
Cosmo Howard
1102GIR Lecture Notes - Lecture 10: 1971 South Africa Rugby Union Tour Of Australia, Romanian Revolution, Commonwealth Police

L10. Police and Military Lecture Outline 1. Violence and the state 2. Rise of the Police 3. Case Study: Queenslands Fitzgerald Inquiry 4. The Military 5. Case Study: The 1989 Romanian Revolution Violence and the State Hobb...

Political Sci & Policy Studies
1102GIR
Cosmo Howard
1102GIR Lecture Notes - Lecture 9: Henry Tax Review, Neoliberalism, Corporatism

L9. Interest Groups Lecture Outline What is an interest group? Types of interest groups How should the state deal with interest groups? Case studies o The National Rifle Association o Th...

Political Sci & Policy Studies
1102GIR
Cosmo Howard
1102GIR Lecture Notes - Lecture 8: Constitution Of Australia, Liberal Democracy, Enumerated Powers

L8. Federalism and Local Government Lecture Outline 1. Features of federalism 2. Why do states adopt federal systems? 3. Common criticisms levelled at federal systems 4. Federalism and the Australian experience ...

Political Sci & Policy Studies
1102GIR
Cosmo Howard
1102GIR Lecture Notes - Lecture 7: Public Administration, Labour Power, Complex Number

L7. Public Administration Public Administration One of the most important aspects of the modern state and state powerauthority o Incredibly important o Without it the modern state does not exist The state is essentially a ...

Political Sci & Policy Studies
1102GIR
Cosmo Howard
1102GIR Lecture Notes - Lecture 6: Fourth Estate, Rotary Printing Press, Falklands War

L6. Media and Political Communication The Fourth Estate "The press is itself an estate - and is far more influential than all other states." (Edmund Burke, 1787) o Famous conservative politic...

Political Sci & Policy Studies
1102GIR
Cosmo Howard
1102GIR Lecture Notes - Lecture 5: Kuomintang, Single Transferable Vote, Anthony Downs

L5. Parties and Elections Political Parties A political party is a group of citizens that shares common political views and/or goals, and who seek elected office together o Difference between interest...

Political Sci & Policy Studies
1102GIR
Cosmo Howard
1102GIR Lecture Notes - Lecture 4: Direct Democracy, Majority Government, Parliamentary Privilege

L4. Legislatures and Executives Legislatures and Executives The most visible/prominent aspects of the modern state Seen most often in the media Lecture Objectives Understand the differen...

Political Sci & Policy Studies
1102GIR
Cosmo Howard
1102GIR Lecture Notes - Lecture 3: Totalitarianism, Negative And Positive Rights, Lords Spiritual

L3. Constitutions and Courts Aims and Organisation After this lecture, you should be able to Understand the core political functions of constitutions Appreciate why constitutions have a unique legal...

Political Sci & Policy Studies
1102GIR
Cosmo Howard
1102GIR Lecture Notes - Lecture 2: Deinstitutionalisation, Responsible Government, English Army

L2. Comparing Political Institutions Lecture Aims By the end of this unit, you should be able to: Define political institution and explain why institutions are central to modern government Describe ...

Political Sci & Policy Studies
1102GIR
Cosmo Howard
1102GIR Lecture Notes - Lecture 1: Special Relationship, Aristocracy, Gun Control

L1. Introduction Course Introduction Lack of care toward global conflict Acceptance of governmental power over us Trust that military power is secure, without knowledge Lecture Aims By ...

Political Sci & Policy Studies
1102GIR
Cosmo Howard
Laboratory Basics - Reference Guides

Lab safety is the cornerstone principle in this compelling Guide. All international safety symbols are clearly defined, with all basic lab glassware and equipment depicted by text description and diagrams. The Guide also p...

ANAT - Anatomy
ANAT 14
All Professors
Permachart - Marketing Reference Guide: Multilateral Treaty, European Economic Community, Statute Of The International Court Of Justice

l e a r n • r e f e r e n c e • r e v i e w permacharts TM International Law APPLICATIONS TREATIES ...

Commerce
COMM 404
All Professors
Permachart - Marketing Reference Guide: Liberal Democracy, Illiberal Democracy, Representative Democracy

Political Science2 Political Science3 permacharts TM WHAT IS POL...

Political Science
POLC42H3
All Professors

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