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PPGC67H3 Lecture Notes - Lecture 11: Honor Killing, Utopia, Canadian Identity

PPGC67 Week 11 March 15, 2016 Multiculturalism Policy in Canada What is multiculturalism? - Can be thought of in at least three ways: o As a social fact – a consequenc...

Public Policy
PPGC67H3
Phil Triadafilopoulos
PPGC67H3 Lecture Notes - Lecture 12: Lower Canada, 1969 White Paper, List Of Sovereign States By Suicide Rate

PPGC67 Lecture 12 March 22, 2016 Aboriginal People’s Policy Introduction: Canada’s Aboriginal Peoples Currently, Aboriginal peoples make up between 3.8 per cent of the Canadian p...

Public Policy
PPGC67H3
Phil Triadafilopoulos
PPGC67H3 Lecture Notes - Lecture 10: Canadian Jewish Congress, Liberal Democracy, Ellen Fairclough

PPGC67 Lecture 10 March 8, 2015 Immigration Policy What is International Migration? - Not simply movement; rather, entails a change of political jurisdictions – i.e. moveme...

Public Policy
PPGC67H3
Phil Triadafilopoulos
PPGC67H3 Lecture Notes - Lecture 9: Jim Flaherty, Actual Size, Palliative Care

PPGC67 Lecture 9 March 1, 2016 Health Policy The Constitution assigns primary responsibility for healthcare to the provinces, as stipulated under Section 92(7) - thus t...

Public Policy
PPGC67H3
Phil Triadafilopoulos
PPGC67H3 Lecture Notes - Lecture 8: Housing First, Old Age Security, Karl Polanyi

PPGC67 Lecture 8 February 23, 2016 Social Policy What is social policy? - Public policies aimed at satisfying core human needs: education, health care, housing, income sup...

Public Policy
PPGC67H3
Phil Triadafilopoulos
PPGC67H3 Lecture Notes - Business Cycle, Jean Lesage, Money Supply

POLC67 Lecture 2Certain constitutional amendments we have to delay 180 days onlyFour basic stepsoNotice motion amendment decisionPolicy initiatives will lead to policy changesSources of legislative policy advocacy groups c...

Public Policy
PPGC67H3
Prof.Triadolpilopolis
PPGC67H3 Lecture Notes - Lecture 4: Millennialism, Party System, Parliamentary System

th Lecture 4 jan 30 2014 1) The Canadian electorate: voting by education level Without high school far less likely to vote Completed university far more likely to vote Education biases elec...

Public Policy
PPGC67H3
Josh Gordon
PPGC67H3 Lecture Notes - Lecture 3: Canadian Economics Association, Constitutional Basis Of Taxation In Australia, Evry

Lecture 3 jan 23, 2014 The context of Canadian public policy What are institutions? Rules-established norms and rules of political norms and decision making; they determine whose in power; empowers certain ppl at the e...

Public Policy
PPGC67H3
Josh Gordon
PPGC67H3 Lecture Notes - Overdetermination, Falsifiability, Public Health

POLC67 JAN 16 th Understanding the evolution of public policy Public policy is an explanatory ambition- we want to ex;plain policy, policy variation- why is there a policy so policy theory is to attempt to explain di...

Public Policy
PPGC67H3
Josh Gordon
PPGC66H3 Lecture Notes - Lecture 2: Chemical Substance, Corporatism, Public Choice

Lecture 2 – September 10 2013.  Public policies relates to political science. Political science is interested in the origins and durability of regimes. Regimes are a form of government. Political science e...

Public Policy
PPGC66H3
Triadolphiloplis
PPGC67H3 Lecture Notes - Lecture 2: Deconstruction, Capital Accumulation, Neoconservatism

Week 2 Organizational overview 1. Parliament  bicameral legislature with an elected lower house and an appointed upper house  MPs do not reflect the population in terms of ethnic composition education, cla...

Public Policy
PPGC67H3
Scott Aquanno
PPGC67H3 Lecture Notes - Canadian Identity

Week 12  Sancton o Self-government requires that there be a territory delimited by official collectively agreed-upon boundaries o In urban government, boundaries are always contested = bo...

Public Policy
PPGC67H3
Scott Aquanno
PPGC67H3 Lecture Notes - Productivism, Welfare Rights, Fordism

Week 10  Review o 1. What is the nature of social policy under neoliberal globalization? o Debate: Neoliberalism has seen a strong shift away from social entitlements VS. the welfare r...

Public Policy
PPGC67H3
Scott Aquanno
PPGC67H3 Lecture Notes - Ideal Type

Week 13-  Executive o The Executive = Cabinet, Central Agencies and PM o PM- exercise control and authority over Cabinet through a host of special power  Cabinet- Maker ...

Public Policy
PPGC67H3
Scott Aquanno
PPGC67H3 Lecture Notes - Fuel Tax, Sancton, Global City

Week 11- Urban Policy  Post-fordism and the new economy o Thesis of Global Futures for Canada’s Global Cities = globalization and the information age have led to the economic, political and even d...

Public Policy
PPGC67H3
Scott Aquanno

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