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Class Notes for INTS100 at University of Wollongong

Introduction to International Studies

INTS100 Lecture Notes - Lecture 16: Social Capital

1. Reflecting the challenges generated by the forces of globalisation, many scholars have argued that the world has faced a global care crisis. Evaluate this claim. The global care crisis is the product of indiv...

International Studies
INTS100
Tim
INTS100 Lecture Notes - Lecture 15: Millennium Development Goals, Extreme Poverty, Developing Country

1. Is out world currently moving towards the end of poverty? Elaborate your answers by drawing on the materials from the lecture and reading. Despite global momentum toward seeing an end of poverty, whether this o...

International Studies
INTS100
Tim
INTS100 Lecture Notes - Lecture 14: Fordism, Total War, Nato

1. Discuss the major difference between feudal, total and post-modern warfare. Feudal warfare began in the 9 century and lasted till the rise of the first absolutist states in th the 16 century. Military force was ...

International Studies
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Tim
INTS100 Lecture Notes - Lecture 13: Fordism, Economic Surplus, Moodle

EXAM th Tuesday 12 Moodle 60% 30 MC 40% 1 Short answer response approx. 600 words 6x questions 3 will be on exam you only answer 1 2 hours WEEK 13 , Tutorial: War, Conflict and Violence Req...

International Studies
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Tim
INTS100 Lecture 9: GLOBAL MIGRATION

GLOBAL MIGRATION Why do people migrate? - War - Persecution political etc. home is no longer safe - Better economic/Job opportunities: own economy is developing - Sea change just want to move ...

International Studies
INTS100
Tim
INTS100 Lecture 12: WEEK 12 - food

WEEK 12 , Tutorial: The Future of Food Required Reading: S. Sernau, Ecology: How Much Can One Planet Take?, in Introduction to International Studies , pp. 323 334 only; AND R. Manning The Oil we Eat, Harpers Magazine (2004...

International Studies
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Tim
INTS100 Lecture Notes - Lecture 8: Parenthetical Referencing, Social Reproduction, Thesis Statement

Thesis statement : end of intro this essay will argue that.. Argument use one or two specific case studies to illustrate your argument Must use at least 3 nonassigned sources Harvard referencing 810 references minimum no c...

International Studies
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Tim
INTS100 Lecture 10: Energy, humanity and the future - wk 10

Energy, Humanity and the Future: S. Sernau, Technology and Energy: Prometheuss Fire or Pandoras Box?, in Introduction to International Studies. Neolithic times relied on manual labor for energy. The Neolithic revolution ma...

International Studies
INTS100
Tim
INTS100 Lecture Notes - Lecture 3: Clash Of Civilizations, Transnational Crime, People Smuggling

CULTURE & THE CLASH OF CIVILIZATIONS Globalization is the worldwide sharing of goods, ideas and culture through increased communication of advanced technology. The widening, deepening and acceleration of global interco...

International Studies
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Tim
INTS100 Lecture Notes - Lecture 6: Millennium Development Goals, International Inequality, Socalled

Global Challenges VI: Social Reproduction and Global Care Crisis Inequality & Poverty R.J. Payne, Global Inequality and Poverty, in Introduction to International Studies. Watch lecture 1. Do you think that, within...

International Studies
INTS100
Tim
INTS100 Lecture Notes - Lecture 2: History Of Transport, Silk Road, Fossil Fuel

Global Challenges: I Globalization and the Critical Turn in IS Wk 1 The birth of the modern nation-state Consciousness of planet earth Fossil fuel based civilizational order Inequality of wealt...

International Studies
INTS100
Tim
INTS100 Lecture 1: INTS wk 1

INTS 100 Objective: develop an introductory appreciation of the main aspects of international studies Course organisation: globalisation, development, environment and energy, security/war The Development of the Internat...

International Studies
INTS100
Tim
Permachart - Marketing Reference Guide: Liberal Democracy, Illiberal Democracy, Representative Democracy

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

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