Class Notes for Political Science at Brock University (BROCKU)



BROCK UPOLI 2P80Brad WalchukFall

POLI 2P80 Lecture Notes - Lecture 8: Ethnography, Quota Sampling, Scientific Method

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20 Nov 2015
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A method of study that can be either reactive or non-reactive, and involves the researcher immersing themselves in the world of those that they are stu
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BROCK UPOLI 2P80Brad WalchukFall

POLI 2P80 Lecture Notes - Lecture 9: Comparative Historical Research, Institute Of Historical Research, Marriage Records

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27 Nov 2015
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It may explain or help to clarify present and future trends. It enables understanding of and may even provide solutions to contemporary problems. It ca
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BROCK UPOLI 2P80Brad WalchukFall

POLI 2P80 Lecture Notes - Lecture 7: Structured Interview, Body Language, Snowball Sampling

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7 Nov 2015
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Involves a face to face discussion with one (or more) subjects, designed to gather information. Recording what was said (voice recording or notes) May
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BROCK UPOLI 2P80Brad WalchukFall

POLI 2P80 Lecture Notes - Lecture 10: Toronto Star, Rob Ford, Content Analysis

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4 Dec 2015
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Survey research, including interviews can be considered reactive. The research is considered reactive because there is an interchange between the subje
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BROCK UPOLI 2F20Blayne HaggartFall

POLI 2F20 Lecture Notes - Lecture 7: Foundationalism, Intertextuality, Jack Nicholson

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27 Dec 2015
23
What matters is that how we word it: construtivist: social fact and brute facts, poststructuralists: even brute facts are socially constructed (interpr
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BROCK UPOLI 2F20Blayne HaggartFall

POLI 2F20 Lecture Notes - Lecture 5: Tim Hortons, Social Fact, John Locke

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27 Dec 2015
25
Citation: from article: page number from text book: globalization of world politics, chapter x, title, page, no from other source: chicago style. Ident
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BROCK UPOLI 2F20Blayne HaggartFall

POLI 2F20 Lecture Notes - Lecture 6: Immanuel Kant, Pion, Communitarianism

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27 Dec 2015
23
No: cosmopolitanism: single moral community, realism: separate communities; no common morality, pluralism: separate communities; minimally shared stand
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BROCK UPOLI 3P21Nancy StefureakFall

POLI 3P21 Lecture Notes - Lecture 10: World Economic Forum, Neoliberalism, Informal Sector

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27 Dec 2015
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BROCK UPOLI 2F30Sanjay JeramFall

POLI 2F30 Lecture Notes - Lecture 17: Paradiplomacy, Autonomous Administrative Division

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27 Dec 2015
24
Federalism around the world: federalism around the world, 28 states, 40% of global population, some formerly unitary states have become federal (belgiu
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BROCK UPOLI 3P21Nancy StefureakFall

POLI 3P21 Lecture Notes - Lecture 22: Ecological Collapse, Human Development Index, Social Democracy

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27 Dec 2015
10
Poli 3p21 review: structure: short answer (define/discuss, foundations of ipe, politics of intern finance and trade, the west and the rest, transnation
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BROCK UPOLI 3P21Nancy StefureakFall

POLI 3P21 Lecture Notes - Lecture 21: Sustainable Development, Environmental Policy, Dutch Disease

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27 Dec 2015
14
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BROCK UPOLI 1F90Paul HamiltonWinter

Political Science – Second Half.docx

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12 Mar 2012
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Policy often developed and implemented by public service and interest groups. Anglo-sphere of parties is in a slow decline. Party organization and part
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