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U OF GPOLS 2300J LewisWinter

Chapter 8- Machinery of Government Part II.docx

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 prime minister s office-2nd floor of centre block-lots of people in it. Department of finance-looks more broadly to the economy in general. Non-elect
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U OF GPOLS 2300J LewisWinter

Chapter 7-Federalism.docx

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Regional governments (provincial) and central government (federal/national)(2 levels) A political system in which legislative power is distributed betw
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U OF GPOLS 2300J LewisWinter

Chapter 6- The Charter of Rights and Freedoms.docx

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U OF GPOLS 1150Michael SzalaWinter

Chapter 5-The Constitution Part 1.docx

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Chapter 5: the constitution: y adjust to change: it s a set of rules, how to change - described as a living constitution - ever changing (custom, usage
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U OF GPOLS 2300J LewisWinter

Chapter Four Regionalism and Canadian Politics.docx

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U OF GPOLS 2300J LewisWinter

Chapter Three Political and Economic Setting.docx

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U OF GPOLS 2300J LewisWinter

Chapter Two Political Culturalism.docx

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U OF GPOLS 2300J LewisWinter

Chapter 2 Text book.docx

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U OF GPOLS 2300J LewisWinter

Chapter One an Introduction to Political Life.docx

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U OF GPOLS 1150Michael SzalaWinter

Chapter 9-Political Socialization and Culture.docx

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 previous lecture examined elections and parties-two of the main ways people get involved politically.  this lecture will look at other ways people b
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U OF GPOLS 1150Michael SzalaWinter

Chapter 8-Voting.docx

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 most direct way we are involved is through voting and elections: choosing governors whereby individual citizens cast their vote for candidates runnin
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U OF GPOLS 1150Michael SzalaWinter

Chapter 6-Unitary vs. State Government.docx

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 we now know that all political systems are divided differently, e. g. , executive and legislative powers.  authority will vary from central governme
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U OF GPOLS 1150Michael SzalaWinter

Chapter 5-The Branches of Government.docx

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Divisions of power: y executive: usually the top level of government, or the leader; maintains leadership for the entire political system, and often re
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U OF GPOLS 1150Michael SzalaWinter

Chapter 4-The Governments Roles.docx

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 governments may look different, but all perform similar tasks.  security in numbers: society protects us from isolation.  two main purposes for gov
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U OF GPOLS 1150Michael SzalaWinter

Chapter 3.docx

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 consider the importance and place of political philosophy and ideology.  explain the relationship between theory and reality in political studies. I
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U OF GPOLS 1150Michael SzalaWinter

Chapter One An Introduction to Politics.docx

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 politics surrounds and affects our daily lives.  cynicism is common, but healthy skepticism leads to better informed citizens.  this course will lo
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U OF GSOC 1100Linda GerberWinter

Culture

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U OF GSOC 1100Linda GerberWinter

Sociological perspective

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U OF GSOC 1100Linda GerberWinter

Sociology: Whats it all about?

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U OF GSOC 1100Linda GerberWinter

Sociological Investigation

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U OF GSOC 1100Linda GerberWinter

Culture

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U OF GSOC 1100Linda GerberFall

What is it all about?

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U OF GSOC 1100Linda GerberFall

Sociological Perspective

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U OF GSOC 1100Linda GerberFall

Doing The Basics

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U OF GSOC 1500Alexander ShvartsFall

Drug Crime

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U OF GSOC 1500Alexander ShvartsFall

Corporate Crime and White-Collar Crime

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U OF GSOC 1500Alexander ShvartsFall

Property Crimes

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U OF GSOC 1500Alexander ShvartsFall

Organized Crime and Gangs

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U OF GSOC 1500Alexander ShvartsFall

Women and Crime

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U OF GSOC 1500Alexander ShvartsFall

Victimology

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U OF GSOC 1500Alexander ShvartsFall

Violent Crime

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U OF GSOC 1500Alexander ShvartsFall

The Criminalization of Sex

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U OF GSOC 1500Alexander ShvartsFall

What is Crime and Criminology

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U OF GHIST 1010Peter GoddardFall

Chapter 15: Society and Economy

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U OF GHIST 1010Peter GoddardFall

Chapter 17: The Enlightenment

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U OF GHIST 1010Peter GoddardFall

Chapter 16: Transatlantic Economy

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U OF GHIST 1010Peter GoddardFall

Chapter 14: New Directions and Thoughts

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U OF GHIST 1010Peter GoddardFall

All of chapter 12, The Age of Religious Wars

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U OF GHIST 1010Peter GoddardFall

All of Chapter 13: European State Consolidation in the 17th and 18th Century

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U OF GHIST 1010Peter GoddardFall

Chapter 11: The Age of Reformation

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