Class Notes for POLS 110 at Queen's University

QUEEN'SPOLS 110Kim Richard NossalWinter

POLS 110 Lecture Notes - Archos, Veto, Constitutional Basis Of Taxation In Australia

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10 Apr 2013
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How many of the people does it take to make decisions for the political community: unanimity, clear majority, plurality, minority, each of these option
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QUEEN'SPOLS 110Andrew ListerWinter

POLS 110 Lecture Notes - Lecture 21: Populism

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28 Mar 2017
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QUEEN'SPOLS 110Kim Richard NossalWinter

Pols 1.docx

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16 Feb 2013
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QUEEN'SPOLS 110Eleanor Mac DonaldFall

POLS 110 Lecture Notes - Lecture 5: Plutocracy, Direct Democracy, Feudalism

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17 Nov 2015
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QUEEN'SPOLS 110Eleanor Mac DonaldFall

POLS 110 Lecture Notes - Lecture 4: Corporatism, Occupational Safety And Health

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17 Nov 2015
21
A human community that successfully claims monopoly of the legitimate use of physical force within a given territory - max weber. The only group of peo
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QUEEN'SPOLS 110T B AFall

POLS110 Lecture 2: How do we study Politics

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2 Nov 2015
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What does it mean to study politics. What we hold in common concern-of a group, community, region, nation, humanity, planetary: the root of the word po
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QUEEN'SPOLS 110Andrew ListerWinter

POLS 110 Lecture Notes - Lecture 7: Positive Liberty, Negative Liberty, Basic Income

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18 Mar 2017
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QUEEN'SPOLS 110Eleanor Mac DonaldFall

POLS 110 Lecture Notes - Lecture 16: New Lanark, Philosophy And Literature, Labour Power

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26 Nov 2015
23
Socialism arose around the same time as liberalism/conservatism/anarchism, during a period of tumultuous change in european society (industrialization,
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QUEEN'SPOLS 110Oded HaklaiWinter

POLS 110 Lecture Notes - Lecture 9: Ideal Type, Polyarchy, Authoritarianism

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21 Jan 2016
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Main regime types system of the government. Hybrid (authoritarian with some elements of electoral procedures) limitations of the authoritarian leader(s
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QUEEN'SPOLS 110Kim Richard NossalWinter

POLS 110 Lecture Notes - Feudalism, Basileus

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16 Feb 2013
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No state able to perform these varied functions by power (or influence) alone. In antiquity, locus of supreme political authority located in particular
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QUEEN'SPOLS 110Jonathan W RoseFall

Distinguishing Between Normative and Empirical Statements.docx

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29 Nov 2012
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The chapter distinguishing between normative and empirical statements by r. Kenneth godwin aims to fully explain both normative statements and empirica
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QUEEN'SPOLS 110Oded HaklaiWinter

POLS 110 Lecture Notes - Bourgeoisie, Consumerism, Polyarchy

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30 Jan 2014
53
The author asks a research question and you have to identify that question. You must write it down in the synopses. In the robustness of utilitarianism
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