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U OF GPOLS 3470Tim MauFall

POLS 3470 Chapter Notes - Chapter 14: Sponsorship Scandal, Egalitarianism, Party System

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The amount of influence that corporations (especially large scale financial organizations) and their ability to influence the political process is why
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U OF GPOLS 3470Tim MauFall

POLS 3470 Chapter Notes - Chapter 6: Monopsony, Oligopoly, Monopolistic Competition

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8 Dec 2013
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Canadas economic structure: diversity, dynamism, and the political. Economic structure: a term that describes the basic characteristics and divisions o
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U OF GPOLS 3470Tim MauFall

POLS 3470 Chapter Notes - Chapter 3: Satisficing, Oligopoly, Clientelism

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Chapter 3: sources and limits of business influence: theories of business- Changing atmosphere of economic and political systems through: dismantling n
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U OF GPOLS 3470Tim MauFall

POLS 3470 Chapter Notes - Chapter 2: Consumer Protection, Human Capital, Externality

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8 Dec 2013
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Chapter 2 (hale) the role of government in the economy: economic. Purpose of economic policies: foster conditions that enhance the economic well- being
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U OF GPOLS 3470Tim MauFall

POLS 3470 Chapter Notes - Chapter 1: Civic Nationalism, Government Failure, Continentalism

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8 Dec 2013
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Chapter 1 business and government: the politics of mutual. Businesses of all sizes depend on governments for more or less stable sets of rules that are
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U OF GPOLS 3470Tim MauFall

POLS 3470 Chapter Notes -Regulatory Capture, Infant Formula, Intellectual Synthesis

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8 Dec 2013
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The study of business and politics" by david vogel. In 1959, robert dahl made the conclusion that management textbooks and journals all but ignore poli
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U OF GPOLS 3470Tim MauFall

POLS 3470 Chapter Notes - Chapter 4: Western Alienation In Canada, Political Machine, Planned Economy

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8 Dec 2013
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Four recurrent issues and problems in canada"s economic history. Central role of government policies in promoting economic development and diversificat
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U OF GSOC 3750Michelle DumasWinter

SOC 3750 Chapter Notes - Chapter 15: Pan Am Flight 103, Motor Vehicle Theft, International Maritime Bureau

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20 Mar 2013
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People today are often referred to as living in a global society or global village (globalization)- which is the increasing interconnectedness of the e
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U OF GSOC 3750Michelle DumasWinter

SOC 3750 Lecture Notes - Lecture 6: White-Collar Crime, Moral Panic, Los Angeles Times

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20 Mar 2013
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U OF GSOC 3750Michelle DumasWinter

SOC 3750 Lecture Notes - Ontario Provincial Police, Indian Register, Government Issue

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19 Mar 2013
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Most important issues for canadian policing in the 21st century will be aboriginal self determination in the delivery of police service. This is a mult
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U OF GSOC 3750Michelle DumasWinter

SOC 3750 Chapter Notes - Chapter 5: Jargon, Interpol, Peter Principle

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18 Mar 2013
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Bureacracy: goal-oriented organizations specifically designed to abide by rational principles so that the effective attainment of their goals is achiev
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U OF GSOC 3710Scott BrandonFall

SOC 3710 Chapter Notes - Chapter 2: Indictable Offence, Justice First, Youth Criminal Justice Act

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27 Nov 2012
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The canadian juvenile justice system was created in 1908 through the passage of the juvenile delinquents act (jda). This chapter discusses the developm
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U OF GSOC 3710Scott BrandonFall

SOC 3710 Chapter Notes - Chapter 1: Murder Of Reena Virk, Moral Panic, School Violence

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Chapter one- the rise and fall of delinquency. Chapter examines youth crime issues from a historical perspective (historical documents, sociohistorical
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