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lecture notes from march 1 on politics and religion

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Winter 2011

Department
Sociology
Course Code
SOCA02H3
Professor
Malcolm Mac Kinnon

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SOCIOLOGY March 1st 2011
POLITICS (cont.)
Compare Canada to Libya: Elite theory applies to Libya.
Mubarak’s Egypt: Elite Theory applies to Egypt.
Democratic policies are the most pluralistic.
Pluralistic model :
- Power is widely shared
- Conflicting groups
- No single group is dominant.
Unconstitutional behaviour in Canada will be shut down.
Pluralism: State with many branches under it.
Burocracy: Civil services.
Muscle: Police + military.
Civil society made up of different groups.
State is inf. by mass media by influencing people.
Feminism: In its day was very powerful.
Puritanical: Sex exploitation.
Environmental movement: Successful.
Multiculturalism: French Canadians were the minority.
Federal government arranged to see if they were in good condition.
The by and by commission: If you want to work for the government, you have to learn
French.
Biculturalism was replaced by multiculturalism.
Pluralism: Web Based Pluralism: Any political opinion can be found on the web.
David Suzuki: Environmentalism- Social movement.
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SOCIOLOGY March 1 2011 POLITICS (cont.) Compare Canada to Libya: Elite theory applies to Libya. Mubaraks Egypt: Elite Theory applies to Egypt. Democratic policies are the most pluralistic. Pluralistic model : - Power is widely shared - Conflicting groups - No single group is dominant. Unconstitutional behaviour in Canada will be shut down. Pluralism: State with many branches under it. Burocracy: Civil services. Muscle: Police + military. Civil society made up of different groups. State is inf. by mass media by influencing people. Feminism: In its day was very powerful. Puritanical: Sex exploitation. Environmental movement: Successful. Multiculturalism: French Canadians were the minority. Federal government arranged to see if they were in good condition. The by and by commission: If you want to work for the government, you have to learn French. Biculturalism was replaced by multiculturalism. Pluralism: Web Based Pluralism: Any political opinion can be found on the web. David Suzuki: Environmentalism- Social movement. www.notesolution.com
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