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UTSGPOL214Y1Victoria WohlFall

Political Parties and Voting Behaviour

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Canadian politics: week 11 j november 30th, 2010. Political parties and voting behaviour: potential effects of polls. Polls influence voting behaviour,
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UTSGPOL208Y1John HainesFall

Nature of Nuclear Weapons

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UTSGPOL200Y1Rebecca KingstonFall

Confucianism outside the household and in a global context

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Political theory: week 11 j november 24, 2010. Standard model for ideal individual is that of the gentleman or the cultivated individual. Confucius did
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UTSGPOL201Y1Sophia MoreauFall

Industrial Revolution

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24 Nov 2010
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Politics of development j week 2: september 20th, 2010. Transformation from feudal economy to market economy took 600 years. Three ways of organizing e
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UTSGPOL201Y1Sophia MoreauFall

Modernization

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UTSGPOL201Y1Sophia MoreauFall

Colonialism

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Politics of development: week 4 j october 4th, 2010. Factory employment, production of surplus, economic specialization leads to. Union organization, d
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UTSGPOL201Y1Sophia MoreauFall

Imperialism and Dependency

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24 Nov 2010
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Politics of development: week 6 j october 18th, 2010. Lenin argues that the division of the world is complete, there is no part of the world left uncla
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UTSGPOL201Y1Sophia MoreauFall

POL201Y1 Lecture Notes - Capital Flight, Foreign Direct Investment, Offshore Bank

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UTSGPOL201Y1Sophia MoreauFall

Government Failures in Development

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UTSGPOL201Y1Sophia MoreauFall

The Washington Consensus

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Politics of development: week 11 j november 22, 2010. S negative freedoms are concern (freedom from rather than freedom to) S freedom is a pre-existing
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UTSGPOL200Y1Rebecca KingstonFall

Aristotle - Updated

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24 Nov 2010
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UTSGPOL208Y1John HainesFall

Making sense of globalization

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24 Nov 2010
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International relations j week 2: september 21st, 2010. A process of economic exchange, technology development, the widening and deepening of interconn
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UTSGPOL208Y1John HainesFall

Realism

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24 Nov 2010
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International relations j week 3: september 28th, 2010. By simplifying reality we try to formulate regularities, patterns, that explain what has happen
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UTSGPOL208Y1John HainesFall

Liberalism

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24 Nov 2010
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International relations: week 4 j october 5th, 2010. Fundamental objective of liberalism is to try to transform the international system to overcome th
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UTSGPOL208Y1John HainesFall

Decision-makers, Decision-making

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24 Nov 2010
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International relations: week 6 - october 19, 2010. About choosing what you perceive as the best option given the ability to fulfill your objective. So
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UTSGPOL208Y1John HainesFall

Total Wars

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24 Nov 2010
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International relations: week 7 j october 26th, 2010. Total wars j an entire country dedicated to war, society itself, the economy, are driven to the f
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UTSGPOL208Y1John HainesFall

The Cold War

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24 Nov 2010
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International relations: week 8 j november 2nd, 2010. Characterized by the us as the most powerful nation on the planet: atomic bomb has demonstrated t
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UTSGPOL208Y1John HainesFall

Contemporary Conflicts

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UTSGPOL214Y1Victoria WohlFall

Evolution of Canadian Government

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UTSGPOL214Y1Victoria WohlFall

POL214Y1 Lecture Notes - Brian Mulroney, Gm High Value Engine, Visible Minority

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24 Nov 2010
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Canadian politics - week 3: september 28th, 2010. Unlikely to change the constitution formally as the values of canadians have changed, many people pos
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UTSGPOL214Y1Victoria WohlFall

The Machinery of Government

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UTSGPOL214Y1Victoria WohlFall

Federalism

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24 Nov 2010
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Canadian politics: week 6 - october 19th, 2010. Economic development update given not in parliament but in mississauga in front of a group of. All prov
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UTSGPOL214Y1Victoria WohlFall

Charter of Rights and Freedoms

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24 Nov 2010
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Canadian politics: week 8 j november 2nd, 2010. How courts have influenced the evolution of federalism. Charter of rights and freedoms (crf: judicial r
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UTSGPOL214Y1Victoria WohlFall

The CRF and the Constitutional Order

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UTSGPOL200Y1Rebecca KingstonFall

Political and philosophical context of Plato's Republic

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24 Nov 2010
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Political theory j week 2: september 22nd, 2010. Obsession with the human form: pervasiveness of classical architecture in many parliamentary buildings
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UTSGPOL200Y1Rebecca KingstonFall

Introduction to Plato's Republic

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UTSGPOL200Y1Rebecca KingstonFall

Making sense of politics

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Political theory j week 4, october 6th 2010. Involves both knowledge and motivation, a love of truth. S philosophers need to have a love of wisdom, ero
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UTSGPOL200Y1Rebecca KingstonFall

Aristotle

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UTSGPOL200Y1Rebecca KingstonFall

Aristotle's definition of the polis

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Political theory: week 8 - november 3rd, 2010. Contain a diversity of people and associations brought together in the beginning to meet basic needs: 2.
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UTSGPOL200Y1Rebecca KingstonFall

Confucius and the cultivation of self

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