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U WINDSORPOLS 2110Cheryl CollierWinter

45-211 Lecture Notes - Lecture 2: Big Tent, Feminist Theory, Harriet Taylor Mill

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Not all feminists agree on how to approach political science, some don"t want to approach it all. They do not want to deal with the state (see"s the st
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U WINDSORPOLS 2110Cheryl CollierWinter

Political Science 45-211 Lecture 15: Lecture15

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White and newman three questions to assess canadian women"s movement"s contributions to positive political change beyond representation (119) women"s m
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U WINDSORPOLS 2110Cheryl CollierWinter

45-211 Lecture Notes - Lecture 9: Postfeminism, Cadency, Henry Morgentaler

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National action committee on the status of women. To monitor the federal government"s commitment to filling the. Nac non-partisan umbrella group of hun
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U WINDSORPOLS 2110Cheryl CollierWinter

45-211 Lecture Notes - Lecture 10: Camille Paglia, Katie Roiphe, Socialist Feminism

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Post-feminists often resist being labeled as feminists. Post-feminists reject what they see as second-wave tendencies to see women as victims" instead
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U WINDSORPOLS 2110Cheryl CollierWinter

45-211 Lecture Notes - Lecture 16: Fissile Material

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Stalled introduction: key ideas, expanding some of the literature. Disagreement/variety on what success" can mean: could include: Recognition by the st
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U WINDSORPOLS 2110Cheryl CollierWinter

45-211 Lecture Notes - Lecture 22: Child Care, Cystic Fibrosis Foundation, Riding Association

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Quebec: background, milestones, numbers, explanations, numbers, explanations. Child care some progress under liberals to re-introduce spaces and fundin
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U WINDSORPOLS 2110Cheryl CollierWinter

45-211 Lecture Notes - Lecture 21: Party System, Equal Voice, Andrea Horwath

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Represented the most at the federal level out of the other. Political culture central canada : federal orientation (only province that sees ourselves a
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U WINDSORPOLS 2110Cheryl CollierWinter

45-211 Lecture Notes - Lecture 11: Glocalization, Social Movement, Social Capital

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Scope of social movement political activism: state vs. non-state focused activism. Decline of large-scale group action in canada end of nac. Activism i
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U WINDSORPOLS 2110Cheryl CollierWinter

45-211 Lecture Notes - Lecture 20: Dominant-Party System, Party System, Alexa Mcdonough

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Stalled nova scotia, new brunswick, pei, newfoundland and. Saskatchewan history legislation: history of progressive social policy healthcare; human rig
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U WINDSORPOLS 2110Cheryl CollierWinter

45-211 Lecture Notes - Lecture 8: Radical Feminism, World War I, Bell Hooks

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Activism: liberal, socialist/marxist, radical feminisms, royal commission on the status of women, national action committee on the status of women. Acc
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U WINDSORPOLS 2110Cheryl CollierWinter

45-211 Lecture Notes - Lecture 5: Socialist Feminism, Ecofeminism, Feminist Theory

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Theories continued: eco-feminism, sameness v. difference, post-modern feminism. Combination of liberal, cultural and socialist feminism. Celebrate wome
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U WINDSORPOLS 2110Cheryl CollierWinter

Political Science 45-211 Lecture 23: Lecture23

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