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UTSGPOL305Y1Roberta RiceFall

POL305Y1 Lecture Notes - Extortion, Chiquita Brands International, Gini Coefficient

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The most democratic of the three are costa rica. Not populist, no ethnic conflict etc however, there are important lessons to draw out for the leadersh
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UTSGPOL305Y1Roberta RiceFall

POL305Y1 Lecture Notes - Corporatism, Statism, Cuban Revolution

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14 Dec 2012
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Andes mountain divides the length of south america from top to bottom. They define the economy and organization of andes. It has bolivia (de facto capi
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UTSGPOL305Y1Roberta RiceFall

POL305Y1 Lecture Notes - Cuban Revolution, Popular Front, Modernization Theory

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14 Dec 2012
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Will the military return to power: break down and populist democracy. Populism trade unions, peasants demanding inclusion into economic and political s
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UTSGPOL305Y1Roberta RiceFall

POL305Y1 Lecture Notes - Roosevelt Corollary, Unilateralism, Disinformation

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14 Dec 2012
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Guatemala united front, the cia and the 1954 coup. Us foreign policy objectives (o"toole: territorial gains. The main period of us territorial expansio
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UTSGPOL301Y1Roberta RiceFall

POL301Y1 Lecture Notes - Corporatism, Alberto Fujimori, Advocacy Group

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14 Dec 2012
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The first time the elitist class was challenged and the middle class was opened up. We begin by looking at the development model of this time. This tim
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UTSGPOL305Y1Roberta RiceFall

POL305Y1 Lecture Notes - Rafael Carrera, Fernando Henrique Cardoso, River Corve

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UTSGPOL305Y1Roberta RiceFall

POL305Y1 Lecture Notes - Viceroy, Nahua Peoples, Astex

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14 Dec 2012
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Conquest and colonial rule: pre-colonial society and power structures, conquest, colonial society. I came to get the gold, not till the soil like a pea
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UTSGPOL305Y1Roberta RiceFall

POL305Y1 Lecture Notes - Upper Class, Repartimiento, Astex

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14 Dec 2012
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Conquest and colonial rule: pre-colonial society and power structures, conquest, colonial society. I came to get the gold, not till the soil like a pea
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UTSGJPA331Y1Lynette OngFall

JPA331Y1 Lecture Notes - Durable Good, China Telecom, Hu Jintao

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8 Dec 2012
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Soe are divided into national level (huge soes) for instance, major steel companies, and national banks. These soes are ruled by national chinese gover
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UTSGJPA331Y1Lynette OngFall

JPA331Y1 Lecture Notes - Hard Target, Market Power, Open Media

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8 Dec 2012
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Why should we separate local and central government responsibilities: more generic reason: different levels of states have different objectives and goa
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UTSGJPA331Y1Lynette OngFall

JPA331Y1 Lecture Notes - Household-Responsibility System, Order Of The British Empire, Deng Xiaoping

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8 Dec 2012
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If you were to compare china and soviet union and other eastern countries, china reformed very slowly: some people say that china takes two steps forwa
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UTSGJPA331Y1Lynette OngFall

JPA331Y1 Lecture Notes - Deng Xiaoping, Tank Man, Barbara Walters

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8 Dec 2012
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Tiananmen square is the largest public square in the world and created on inhuman space reflects how small you really are. Soldiers and policemen deman
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UTSGJPA331Y1Lynette OngFall

JPA331Y1 Lecture Notes - Authoritarianism, Li Changchun, Microsoft Powerpoint

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8 Dec 2012
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Unitary state -22 provinces, 5 autonomous regions , 4 municipalities, 2 sars (western interpretation of what china is: difference between unitary and f
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UTSGJPA331Y1Lynette OngFall

JPA331Y1 Lecture Notes - Cultural Movement, Zhao Ziyang, Meritocracy

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8 Dec 2012
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Cultural movement red guard movement (depends on how you define what the cultural movement is). The argument is heavily based on your understanding of
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UTSGJPA331Y1Lynette OngFall

JPA331Y1 Lecture Notes - Nie Yuanzi, Hua Guofeng, Rational Function

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8 Dec 2012
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Urban residents were entitled to food using tickets etc rural people who could not afford such a high expense lifestyle was forced to return to country
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UTSGJPA331Y1Lynette OngFall

JPA331Y1 Lecture Notes - Solitary Confinement, In Private, Li Zhisui

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8 Dec 2012
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In 1949, china laid in devastation and the previous regime was corrupt, left the entire country bankrupt. People hoped the new communist country would
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UTSGJPA331Y1Lynette OngFall

JPA331Y1 Lecture Notes - Mass Mobilization, Sun Yat-Sen, Hundred Flowers Campaign

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8 Dec 2012
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Lecture #3-establishment of the prc, anti-rightist campaign & great leap forward. China went through tumultuous time since 1900s: sun yat sen brought d
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UTSGPOL242Y1Anthony SealeySummer

POL242Y1 Lecture Notes - Null Hypothesis, Point Estimation, Explained Variation

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21 Nov 2012
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Take a point estimate and then taking the point estimate into a standardized value. Keep your probabilbility value and take a point estimate into a sta
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UTSGPOL242Y1Anthony SealeySummer

POL242Y1 Lecture Notes - Regression Analysis, Confidence Interval, Null Hypothesis

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21 Nov 2012
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We need a point estimate plus or minus our margin of error. Alternative hypothesis is related to region of rejection. Say/relate confidence to what you
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UTSGPOL242Y1Anthony SealeyFall

POL242Y1 Lecture Notes - Discrete Uniform Distribution, Random Variable, Statistical Parameter

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21 Nov 2012
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UTSGPOL242Y1Anthony SealeySummer

POL242Y1 Lecture Notes - Lecture 6: Principal Component Analysis, Latent Variable, Recode

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21 Nov 2012
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As the dots spread out, correlation decreases. The idea of spearman"s row is the same idea as correlation. One of the things we are looking for is: log
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UTSGPOL242Y1Anthony SealeySummer

POL242Y1 Lecture Notes - Lecture 5: Statistical Significance, Scatter Plot, Null Hypothesis

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21 Nov 2012
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A table is a simple n x n visualization of the includence of joint occurrence of particular values of each of the variables. The analysis of tables is
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UTSGPOL242Y1Anthony SealeySummer

POL242Y1 Lecture Notes - Nvivo, Variance, Sample Size Determination

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21 Nov 2012
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Submit both write up and nvivo project. Making a copy of nvivo project by c/p. When writing about particular aspects of your nvivo analysis, please be
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UTSGPOL242Y1Anthony SealeySummer

POL242Y1 Lecture Notes - Content Analysis, Dependent And Independent Variables, Preston Manning

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21 Nov 2012
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Typical research that is concentrate on specific location. Bounds of research are constrained in order to allow for greater focus. Multi site research
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UTSGPOL242Y1Anthony SealeySummer

POL242Y1 Lecture Notes - Lecture 3: Convergent Validity, Face Validity

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21 Nov 2012
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Validity is a concept most easily identifiable with quantitative research. Term has a wide range of possible meanings in the field of research methods,
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UTSGPOL242Y1Anthony SealeySummer

POL242Y1 Lecture Notes - Nomothetic, Content Analysis, Inductive Reasoning

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21 Nov 2012
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Quantitative focus on statistical analyses of quantifiable data (analytical) One qualitative approach to poli sci research is to interview subjects abo
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UTSGPOL242Y1Anthony SealeySummer

POL242Y1 Lecture Notes - Deductive Reasoning, Inductive Reasoning, Mathematical Logic

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21 Nov 2012
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Lecture #1-an introduction to key concepts: normative and empirical analysis, deductive and inductive logic, theories concepts. Normative is prescripti
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UTSGPOL215Y1Lynette OngSummer

2012-03-08_Lecture#8-State, Corruption and Development.docx

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12 Mar 2012
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Contrast corruption in south korea and china. Sk"s high growth period of 1960"s and 1970"s. Park chung hee was educated in manchuria and had admired ja
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UTSGPOL215Y1Lynette OngWinter

POL215Y1 Lecture Notes - Keiretsu

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12 Mar 2012
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Lecture #7-japan"s post war political and economic development. One party rule: liberal democratic party"s powerhouse. Throughout its 40 years, the ldp
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UTSGPOL215Y1Lynette OngWinter

2012-02-16_Lecture#6-State Policy I.doc

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12 Mar 2012
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Lecture#6-state policy i: house hold registration limits residents from countryside to move to city. Doesn"t restrict physical mobility but restricts b
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UTSGCLA232H1Victoria WohlSummer

Lecture#14-Men and Women.docx

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12 Mar 2012
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Medicine was one of the discourses by which the greeks defined already. Anatomy and physiology determines the differences between male and female. Give
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UTSGCLA232H1Victoria WohlWinter

Lecture#13-Men and women.docx

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12 Mar 2012
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UTSGCLA232H1Victoria WohlWinter

2012-02-27_Lecture#12-Men and Women.docx

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12 Mar 2012
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We divide the world between male and female; men and women: what makes a man a man is not a woman. Greeks formulated the distinction between male and f
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UTSGCLA232H1Victoria WohlWinter

2012-02-15_Lecture#11-Euripides Medea.doc

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12 Mar 2012
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431 bce: knowing this play: which side do you think euripides would come down on, tragedy would support the male side, the audience would also be male
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UTSGCLA232H1Victoria WohlWinter

Lecture#10-Barbarians and Greeks

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12 Feb 2012
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Main outline of lecture: aims at the objective and also reflects the prejudice of society, medicine aims to be objective but also reflects social preju
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UTSGPOL215Y1Lynette OngWinter

POL215Y1 Lecture Notes - Hebei, Hubei, Qinghai

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12 Feb 2012
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Lecture #5-the role of state in china"s economic development. Jobs were supposed to be on a level playing field: there is a high degree of transparency
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UTSGCLA232H1Victoria WohlWinter

Lecture#9-Greeks and Barbarians (Herodotus 7.1-139)

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8 Feb 2012
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Every time push comes to shove, the spartans always did that : the athenians were north of the war and were in trouble. In athens for example, great vi
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UTSGCLA232H1Victoria WohlWinter

Lecture#10-Barbarians and Greeks (medicine) (excuse the wrong lecture number in the title)

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8 Feb 2012
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Main outline of lecture: aims at the objective and also reflects the prejudice of society, medicine aims to be objective but also reflects social preju
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UTSGCLA201H1Professor TraillWinter

CLA Lecture Unit#13

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8 Feb 2012
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UTSGCLA201H1Professor TraillWinter

CLA Lecture Unit#12

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8 Feb 2012
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