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UTSGPOL201Y1Sophia MoreauFall

POL201Y1 Lecture Notes - Industrial Revolution, Government Failure, Profit Motive

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Government success in development: the case of east asia. Role of the state in generating development. What generates economic development and industri
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UTSGPOL201Y1Sophia MoreauFall

POL201Y1 Lecture Notes - Washington Consensus, Capital Flight, Classical Liberalism

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23 Apr 2013
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The difference between left, right liberalism and neo liberalism. Liberalism: is the belief in the importance of individual freedom, which could lead t
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UTSGPOL201Y1Sophia MoreauFall

POL201Y1 Lecture Notes - Sokoto Caliphate, Indirect Rule, Ethnolinguistics

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23 Apr 2013
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Imperialism: process of maintaining an empire, by force political collaboration, social and political factors: africa was affected by it in the late 19
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UTSGPOL201Y1Sophia MoreauFall

POL201Y1 Lecture Notes - Modernization Theory, State Capitalism, Structural Inequality

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23 Apr 2013
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Lenin: there is no art of the world that has not been colonized/unoccupied division of world among super power is complete. Monopoly capitalism: argues
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UTSGPOL201Y1Sophia MoreauFall

POL201Y1 Lecture Notes - Import Substitution Industrialization, Import License, Nepotism

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23 Apr 2013
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Implementing import substitution industrialization would help countries with their balance of payment deficits (which are caused when a country imports
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UTSGPOL201Y1Sophia MoreauFall

POL201Y1 Lecture Notes - Seed Drill, Flying Shuttle, Industrial Revolution

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23 Apr 2013
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The politics of development and the process of development in england. Economic and market society is a new phenomenon and slow to develop, took roughl
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UTSGPOL326Y1Arnd JurgensenFall

POL326Y1 Lecture Notes - Lecture 6: Triangular Trade, European Colonialism, Unilateralism

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17 Apr 2013
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The united states has represents a rejection of european colonialism exemplified by the revolution, this is partially true. Understanding the nature of
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UTSGPOL326Y1Arnd JurgensenFall

POL326Y1 Lecture Notes - Lecture 5: Unilateralism, Orbital Inclination, Tabula Rasa

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17 Apr 2013
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Constructivist: alternative view that argues essentially that to understand politics it is important to pay attention to symbolic aspects of politics,
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UTSGPOL326Y1Arnd JurgensenFall

POL326Y1- Lecture 4- Oct. 2, 2012.docx

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17 Apr 2013
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Congress was created as an inefficiency in the constitution, purposely because of the distrust of presidents and politics. Congress is meant to force a
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UTSGPOL326Y1Arnd JurgensenFall

POL326Y1 Lecture Notes - Lecture 3: Dred Scott, Hegemony, Implied Consent

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17 Apr 2013
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The political questions doctrine: supreme court has used this to define the role of courts, which deals with legal not political questions in terms of
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UTSGPOL326Y1Arnd JurgensenFall

POL326Y1 Lecture Notes - Meritocracy, Invisible Hand, David Easton

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17 Apr 2013
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Over the last several centuries threats towards order in political communities such as great. Schimidt: german history of upheaval but from external so
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UTSGPOL201Y1Sophia MoreauFall

POL201Y1 Lecture Notes - Market System, Scatter Plot, The Grocer

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17 Apr 2013
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1950s there was a very important change in polis sci field: research was done outside of north. America and europe: driven by the cold war: between uss
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UTSGPOL371H1Harald BatheltWinter

Exam Notes

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2 factors, labour and capital, and goods are mobile. Institutions in spatial perspective for new industries, common practices may develop unofficially
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UTSGPOL101Y1Melissa WilliamsFall

The Human Condition- Arendt

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UTSGPHL271H1Sophia MoreauSummer

Dignity Based Approach

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UTSGPHL271H1Sophia MoreauSummer

Dworkin's Theory of Adjudication

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UTSGPHL271H1Sophia MoreauSummer

Hart's Account of a Legal System

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4 Dec 2011
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UTSGPHL271H1Sophia MoreauSummer

What is law?

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UTSGPHL271H1Sophia MoreauSummer

Reasonable Person Standard

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UTSGPHL271H1Sophia MoreauSummer

Equality

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UTSGPHL271H1Sophia MoreauSummer

Feminism

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UTSGPHL271H1Sophia MoreauSummer

Harm Principles in Canadian law

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4 Dec 2011
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UTSGPHL200Y1WitingFall

Plato Five Dialogues- Reading Notes Sept.16,2010

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UTSGPHL200Y1WitingFall

September 21, 2010

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UTSGPHL200Y1WitingFall

PHL200Y1 Lecture Notes - Stoicism, Logos, Epicureanism

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10 Feb 2011
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Sophists + orators-arguing both sides of a question dissoi logoi".  making weaker/worse argument appear stronger or better. Does this because these f
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UTSGPHL200Y1WitingFall

Sept. 14, 2010

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