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Parties and voting behaviour

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Department
Political Science
Course Code
POL214Y1
Professor
Victoria Wohl

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POL214
LEC
NOV 30, 2010
Test will be at:
255 McCaul Street (EX) Rooms 100/300
Today:
The Test t what we should be able to discuss:
Growth of the franchise in Canada
How does the electoral system distort the performance of parties? What factors are considered when
taking into account the performance of a party? (Regions, etc).
Parties and Voting Behaviour:
1. Potential effects of polls
2. Functions of parties
3. Parties in historical perspective
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