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Tutorial 2J03 1 - Jan 20, 2014.docx

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Department
Political Science
Course Code
POLSCI 2J03
Professor
Robert O' Brien

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Started on: 01/20/2014
TUTORIAL NOTES FOR: POLI SCI 2J03
McMaster University, Fall 2013
MONDAY, JANUARY 20, Y
PROPOSAL
Topics
- Research questions (tutorial discussion questions)
oReflect the issues in the course
oPromising options for countries that wish to develop?”
- Recent events linked to issues
oFinancial crisis
oNational debt
oRise of China
oEuro crisis
oApple labour rights
Bibliography
- Evidence that author uses to make their case
-Market led development - kind of like a literature review
oHow is it relevant to the argument that you will be making to the paper?
oAbstracts
SOURCES:
o5 books and 5 articles
oDo not need to stick with sources
oBibliography needs to be annotated
No more than three sentences
Pages
-2-3 pages
TUTORIAL
Topic
- Strengths and Weaknesses?
- What is the most important standard for judging how things happened
oWhether something is good or bad / regressive or progressive?
oWhat standards should we use to do that?
Prosperity?
Stability / equality?
GDP
Power - Balance of power
Political economy - Wealth distribution / etc.
Liberals, economic nationalist and Marxists - see a connection between economic
Protectionist see an increase in conflict
Economic nationalist - competition
- What are the key dynamics in the global political economy?
oWorld systems perspective
oStates
Angie © McMaster University
Fall 2013
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Started on: 01/20/2014 T UTORIAL N OTES FOR : P OLI S CI 2J03 McMaster University, Fall 2013 M ONDAY , JANUARY 20, Y PROPOSAL Topics - Research questions (tutorial discussion questions) o Reflect the issues in the course o “Promising options for countries that wish to develop?” - Recent events linked to issues o Financial crisis o National debt o Rise of China o Euro crisis o Apple labour rights Bibliography - Evidence that author uses to make their case - Market led development - kind of like a literature review o How is it relevant to the argument that you will be making to the paper? o Abstracts SOURCES: o 5 books and 5 articles o Do not need to stick with sources o Bibliography needs to be annotated  No more than three sentences Pages - 2-3 pages TUTORIAL Topic - Strengths and Weaknesses? - What is the most important standard for judging how things happened o Whether something is good or bad / regressive or progressive
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