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MCGILLPOLI 340Rex BrynenFall

POLI 340 Lecture Notes - Iranian Revolution, Water Scarcity, Human Development Index

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With population growth comes growth of the labour force. If you don"t create jobs, your economic growth will suffer bc unemployment will be high. Youth
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MCGILLPOLI 340Rex BrynenFall

POLI 340 Lecture Notes - Single Transferable Vote, Open List, Closed List

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Districts in which more than one mp will be elected. Election can occur with voters having only one vote or having multiple votes. One vote disadvantag
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MCGILLPOLI 340Rex BrynenFall

POLI 340 Lecture Notes - South Yemen Civil War, National Dialogue Conference, Houthi Insurgency In Yemen

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20 Nov 2013
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Up until 1990s, there was a north (never under colonial control, maintained independence) and. Civil war devastated south yemen so the two yemens were
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MCGILLSOCI 386Marcos AnceloviciWinter

Staggenborg, Social Movements, pp. 48-52.docx

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31 Mar 2013
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Movements are typically less powerful than media organizations are in controlling images- the frame presented by the media is sometimes different than
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MCGILLSOCI 386Marcos AnceloviciWinter

SOCI 386 Lecture Notes - World Trade Organization, General Order

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31 Mar 2013
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Snow says the definition proposed by mctt is too narrow- reduces sms to the sphere of contentious politics tied to the state. This limits how we think
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MCGILLSOCI 386Marcos AnceloviciWinter

SOCI 386 Chapter Notes -Preferred Frame

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31 Mar 2013
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Movements generally much more dependent on media. Needs of each are a competitive symbiosis: the movements need media for mobilization, validation, and
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MCGILLPOLI 227Rex BrynenWinter

POLI 227 Chapter Notes - Chapter 1: Modernization Theory, Conflict Theories, Authoritarianism

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MCGILLPOLI 227Rex BrynenWinter

POLI 227 Chapter Notes -Iron Curtain

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Huntington believes that divisions will be drawn along cultural lines, not political or economic ones in the future- clash between west and non-west. C
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MCGILLPOLI 227Rex BrynenWinter

POLI 227 Chapter Notes -World Politics, Intensify, Power Balance

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31 Mar 2013
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Colonialism is one of the only reasons we can intelligibly refer to the 3rd world as having any kind of coherence- european colonialism created the glo
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MCGILLPOLI 227Rex BrynenWinter

POLI 227 Chapter Notes -Arab Spring, Mahmoud Ahmadinejad, September 11 Attacks

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MCGILLPOLI 227Rex BrynenWinter

POLI 227 Lecture Notes - Corporatism

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31 Mar 2013
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Ways to hold coalitions together: shared ideas/ideology, political culture. Underlying attitude of the population to such issues as political community
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MCGILLPOLI 227Rex BrynenWinter

POLI 227 Lecture Notes - Majoritarianism, Corporatism, Political Freedom

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31 Mar 2013
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State building: government involvement in the economy grows through taxation, expenditure and regulation. Promoting economic development (common with l
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MCGILLPOLI 227Rex BrynenWinter

POLI 227 Lecture Notes - Customs, Constitutional Basis Of Taxation In Australia, Infant Formula

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31 Mar 2013
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Established dependency in terms of economics, social relationships, politics, and culture (i. e. nestle encouraging women in sub-saharan africa to use
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MCGILLPOLI 227Rex BrynenWinter

POLI 227 Lecture Notes - Monroe Doctrine, Indirect Rule, Anti-Imperialism

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MCGILLPOLI 227Rex BrynenWinter

POLI 227 Lecture Notes - Subsistence Agriculture

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31 Mar 2013
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Last part of developing world to be colonized was the middle east. Very tough to colonize because the ottoman empire was powerful already- when it star
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MCGILLPOLI 227Rex BrynenWinter

POLI 227 Lecture Notes - Collective Behavior, Tactical Voting, Path Dependence

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31 Mar 2013
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Institutions enable and constrain actions by affecting strategic calculations of actors and relect/sustain norms (i. e. electoral system in canada enco
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MCGILLPOLI 227Rex BrynenWinter

POLI 227 Lecture Notes - Unequal Exchange, World Politics, Class Conflict

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31 Mar 2013
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Approaches to the study of third world politics. What does much of the developing world have in common: colonial experience, socioeconomic challenges.
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MCGILLPOLI 227Rex BrynenWinter

POLI 227 Lecture Notes - Gini Coefficient, Human Development Index, Industrial Revolution

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31 Mar 2013
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Canada is in the top (81 life expectancy, ,500 gdp/capita) Global north receives about 4/5 of world"s global economic resources (horizontal fiscal imba
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MCGILLPOLI 227Rex BrynenWinter

POLI 227 Lecture Notes - Jordan River, Consociationalism, False Consciousness

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31 Mar 2013
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Ethnic differences (real or imagined) can have a significant impact on politics- political mobilization may occur along ethnic lines and political clea
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MCGILLPOLI 227Rex BrynenWinter

POLI 227 Lecture Notes - Shia Islam, African Union Mission To Somalia, Puntland

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31 Mar 2013
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Corruption is a frequent, although not inevitable, part of neopatrimonial regimes. Norms and legal standards change- things which used to be appropriat
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MCGILLPOLI 212Hudson MeadwellWinter

POLI 212 Lecture Notes - Civil Religion, Franco-Prussian War

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31 Mar 2013
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French revolution to the military defeat of fascism. A period marked by messy, unstable politics, where democracy is seen as an option rather than a ne
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MCGILLPOLI 231Arash AbizadehWinter

March 11th Notes.pdf

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MCGILLPOLI 231Arash AbizadehWinter

POLI 231 Lecture Notes - Representative Democracy, Direct Democracy, Majoritarianism

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31 Mar 2013
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Authority is the right to be able to command others. It"s correlative to the duty of the subject to obey. This right is a moral notion, not only the me
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MCGILLPOLI 231Arash AbizadehWinter

POLI 231 Lecture Notes - Noel Pemberton Billing, Limited Government, Justification For The State

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Before society, there was the state of nature. Locke believes there is no natural form of political rule- in the state of nature there are no formal po
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MCGILLSOCI 386Marcos AnceloviciWinter

SOCI 386 Chapter Notes -Costain Group

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MCGILLSOCI 386Marcos AnceloviciWinter

SOCI 386 Chapter Notes -Liberal Democracy, Social Movement

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Sms are a form of claims-making in a repertoire of collective action. Old collective action was localized and targeted local authorities, now it is mor
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MCGILLSOCI 386Marcos AnceloviciWinter

SOCI 386 Chapter Notes -Political Opportunity, Free Rider Problem, Social Control

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Believes that collective behaviour comes about during a period of social disruption when grievances are deeply felt. Concerned with the psychological s
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MCGILLSOCI 386Marcos AnceloviciWinter

SOCI 386 Study Guide - Quiz Guide: Cash Crop, American Imperialism, African-American Civil Rights Movement (1954–1968)

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American civil rights movement (as well as american imperialism and the vietnam war) provoked a protest cycle- gave rise to many other sms and internat
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MCGILLSOCI 386Marcos AnceloviciWinter

SOCI 386 Lecture Notes - Participatory Democracy, Mass Society, Deliberative Democracy

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31 Mar 2013
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Freedom is an endless meeting- chapter 1 (poletta) Gives people a stake in the success of the group (solidary incentives) Groups who use these tactics
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MCGILLSOCI 386Marcos AnceloviciWinter

SOCI 386 Lecture Notes - Moral Responsibility, Ella Baker, Path Dependence

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31 Mar 2013
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Political process account of emergence, operation, and decline of movement. Dynamic dimension: demographic and structural changes, electoral realignmen
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MCGILLSOCI 386Marcos AnceloviciWinter

SOCI 386 Lecture Notes - Social Capital, Jim Crow Laws, Collective Effervescence

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31 Mar 2013
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If there hadn"t been an election, liberals might still be in power. Student strike ended because of bill 12/78 which restricted civil liberties- fine o
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MCGILLSOCI 386Marcos AnceloviciWinter

SOCI 386 Lecture Notes - Participatory Media, Wefs, Erving Goffman

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31 Mar 2013
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Sms as just another way of engaging in politics. Stress indigeneous resources of aggreived groups (resources brought by actors at the grassroots level)
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MCGILLSOCI 386Marcos AnceloviciWinter

SOCI 386 Lecture Notes - Alexis De Tocqueville, Collective Identity, Rape Culture

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31 Mar 2013
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Assumes people have a clear and stable ranking of preferences and that they know what they want. Problem begins with the goal of sms- they generally ai
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MCGILLSOCI 386Marcos AnceloviciWinter

SOCI 386 Lecture Notes - Rape Culture, Idle No More, Black Bloc

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31 Mar 2013
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Movements vs campaigns i. e. idle no more is a campaign within the enduring aboriginal movement. Challengers to state in sms are outsiders- can influen
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MCGILLSOCI 386Marcos AnceloviciWinter

SOCI 386 Lecture Notes - Highlander Research And Education Center, Moral Authority, Crowd Psychology

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31 Mar 2013
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