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Class Notes for Political Science at University of Toronto St. George (page 5)

POL201Y1 Lecture Notes - Lecture 2: Humanitarian Aid, Marshall Plan, Aid Effectiveness
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Pol201 Oct30th Lecture: the role of forging aid in development and poverty alleviation This lecture will explore the concept of Foreign Aid to the Global South; o Its philosophical ideological origins, variants and forms (...

Political Science
POL201Y1
Abbas Gnamo
POL201Y1 Lecture Notes - Lecture 4: Raúl Prebisch, Modernization Theory, Structural Adjustment
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Pol201 Oct 17 lecture: Theories development 2 dependency and radical theories DEPENDENCE o Dependence - a situation in which the economy of certain countries is conditioned by the development and expansion of another econo...

Political Science
POL201Y1
Abbas Gnamo
POL201Y1 Lecture Notes - Lecture 6: Third-Worldism, Non-Aligned Movement, European Colonialism
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Pol201 Week 3 Lecture: Imperialism, Colonialism, and Decolonization and Third Worldism Why and how Europeans managed to colonize What we are learning o The concept of colonialism, neo-colonialism, imperialism; (domination)...

Political Science
POL201Y1
Abbas Gnamo
POL201Y1 Lecture Notes - Lecture 5: Marcel Mauss, Talcott Parsons, Structural Adjustment
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Theories and Practice of Development I: Modernization Lecture III Chronological Typology of Development theories Rose succeeded and failed at different times o Although not strictly chronological, Thomas Hope et al. identi...

Political Science
POL201Y1
Abbas Gnamo
POL201Y1 Lecture Notes - Lecture 3: Strategy Of Unbalanced Growth, Classical Liberalism, Free Hand
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Pol201 lecture Oct 24 : Sate vs. Market the evolution of the debate Development Strategies: State Vs Market o There are great variations in how different countries, during different periods of time, have arranged the inter...

Political Science
POL201Y1
Abbas Gnamo
POL201Y1 Lecture Notes - Lecture 1: Structural Adjustment, International Financial Institutions, World Bank Institute
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THE GLOBAL DEBT CRISIS, NEO-LIBERAL REFORMS AND THEIR CONSEQUENCES Lecture VII The Global Context of Third World Debt In August 1982, the debt crisis was recognized when Mexico announced a moratorium on its foreign loan re...

Political Science
POL201Y1
Abbas Gnamo
POL201Y1 Lecture Notes - Lecture 8: Newly Industrialized Country, Per Capita Income, Developing Country
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Pol201 Lecture 2 September 19 th Human development index, ranking The first world o Share democracy and capitalistic The second world The third world o Defined as a group of countries which have colonial history are in the...

Political Science
POL201Y1
Abbas Gnamo
POL320Y1 Lecture Notes - Lecture 5: Proletariat, Cuban Revolution, Morris Janowitz
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Pol201 Lecture 5 (6.2.2018): Military Coups and Revolutions in the Global South The military in politics Military rue is common in many of the developing world although it is becoming less frequent with the...

Political Science
POL320Y1
David Carvounas
POL320Y1 Lecture Notes - Lecture 2: European Colonialism, Nominalism, Cosmopolitanism
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Pol201 Lecture 2 Ethnic Conflict (16.1.18) Ethnicity and ethnic based conflict The term ethnicity refers to a myth of origin. You share common origin A country in conflict can not develop The origin em...

Political Science
POL320Y1
David Carvounas
POL320Y1 Lecture Notes - Lecture 4: Quran, Boundaries Between The Continents Of Earth, Socalled
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Pol201 Week 4: State-society relations (30.1.18) Authority and Legitimacy: political authority stems from 2 sources. Legitimate authority and the second one being force o Legit is when the govt is accepted ...

Political Science
POL320Y1
David Carvounas
POL320Y1 Lecture Notes - Lecture 1: Humanitarian Intervention
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Humanitarian Intervention and Peace building in post-conflict situations (23.1.18) Humanitarian intervention Theories of IR o Cosmopolitism the universal model that all humans are entitled to the same rights is abused we h...

Political Science
POL320Y1
David Carvounas
POL320Y1 Lecture Notes - Lecture 1: Simone De Beauvoir, The Feminine Mystique, Betty Friedan
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Pol201 Week one second semester two: Gender and development: the woman question in the global south (7.1.18) Identify approached to women and gender Historical and theoretical foundation Links between social construct and ...

Political Science
POL320Y1
David Carvounas
POL320Y1 Lecture Notes - Lecture 4: American Revolution, Economy Of The Soviet Union, Consumerism
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Pol359 Week 4 Lecture- From Cooperation to Negotiation Oct.02.2018 1989 o Biggest enlargement of the EU at any time, it was presented with post communist countries. o This was highly contested (why?) It was a sham; it was ...

Political Science
POL320Y1
David Carvounas
POL320Y1 Lecture Notes - Lecture 2: Treaty Of Lisbon, Ifius, International Criminal Tribunal For The Former Yugoslavia
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Pol359 Week 2 Notes- Theories of Integration Sept182018 Who can join? o Open to any European state, which respects and values the concepts in article 2 and actively works to promote them. Dignity, freedom, democracy, equal...

Political Science
POL320Y1
David Carvounas
POL320Y1 Lecture Notes - Lecture 1: Shoppers Drug Mart, Opinion Piece, Melon
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Pol359 Lecture 1- Why Integrate? Sept1118 Course focus o What is the impetus of integration in the European Union? Candidates for to join the EU o Candidates for the EU are countries that are in negotiations to join the un...

Political Science
POL320Y1
David Carvounas

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