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YORKMGMT 1030Michael StevensonFall

Tutorial 10 Klassen Article (II) Study Questions

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Study questions for henry klassen"s cowdry brothers: private bankers in southwestern. Shows regional development and entrepreneurial activity in fronti
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YORKMGMT 1030Michael StevensonFall

Tutorial 7 Newell Article Study Questions

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YORKMGMT 1030Michael StevensonSummer

MGMT 1030 Lecture Notes - Cautionary Tale

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29 Mar 2012
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Study questions for david monod"s bay days: the managerial revolution and the. 2)describe the decentralized structure of hbc"s operation initiated in 1
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YORKMGMT 1030Michael StevensonFall

Tutorial 6 Klassen Article Study Questions

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29 Mar 2012
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Study questions for henry klassen"s entrepreneurship in the canadian west . 1)why does the author feel that the entrepreneurial activities of a. e. 2)w
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YORKMGMT 1030Michael StevensonFall

MGMT 1030 Lecture Notes - War Measures Act

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29 Mar 2012
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Study questions for sandford borins" world war ii crown corporations: their. This paper discusses the rationale for establishing the world war two crow
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YORKMGMT 1030Michael StevensonSummer

Tutorial 5 Norrie Article (II) Study Questions

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29 Mar 2012
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YORKMGMT 1030Michael StevensonFall

Tutorial2 McCraw and Tedlow Article Study Questions

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YORKMGMT 1030Michael StevensonSummer

Tutorial 5 Heron Article (II) Study Questions.doc

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29 Mar 2012
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Study questions for craig heron"s the second industrial revolution in. 1)before the second industrial revolution commenced in the 1890s, what features
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YORKMGMT 1030Michael StevensonWinter

Tutorial 4 Norrie Article Study Questions

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YORKMGMT 1030Michael StevensonWinter

Tutorial 4 Heron Article (I) Study Questions

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YORKMGMT 1030Michael StevensonFall

Tutorial 3 Bernstein Article Study Questions

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YORKMGMT 1030Michael StevensonFall

Tutorial1 Fulcher Article Study Questions

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YORKPOLS 1000Martin BreaughWinter

Lecture 23 - Gender Politics

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27 Mar 2012
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Immanuel kant, the anthropological basis is the free and autonomous individual. It is when humanity has encouraged to use it own understanding that can
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YORKPOLS 1000Martin BreaughFall

Lecture 5 - Institutions of Democracy

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27 Mar 2012
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Pressures brought on by merchants and peasants (people excluded from political life) Athens second rate polis flourishing city: economic crises and pol
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YORKPOLS 1000Martin BreaughFall

Lecture 6 - Metics, Women, and Resistance

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27 Mar 2012
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Integral part of the polis: foreigners or resident aliens of athens, contribute to the economic well being of athenian democracy, confined to the priva
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YORKPOLS 1000Martin BreaughSummer

Lecture 8 - Renaissance (Florence v. Venice) and Democratic Revolutions part 2

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27 Mar 2012
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1776, american declaration of independence, birth of u. s. a. 1775, 13 colonies declared war against great britain. With decisive help of france, ameri
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YORKPOLS 1000Martin BreaughWinter

POLS 1000 Lecture Notes - Lecture 7: Republic Of Venice

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27 Mar 2012
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Lecture 7 renaissance (florence contra venice) and democratic revolutions. Not historical detail, but what democracy meant, the concepts. Middle ages,
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YORKPOLS 1000Martin BreaughWinter

Lecture 4 - Birth of Democracy in Athens

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27 Mar 2012
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Lecture 4 birth of democracy in athens. Democracy emerge will take a particular form polis, size and nature is a result of choice. Renan: a nation is a
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YORKPOLS 1000Martin BreaughFall

Lecture 1 Why Do We Have to Think Critically

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27 Mar 2012
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Critical thinking: critical negating , devaluing , a good review is still criticism , being critical, critical does not refer to the conclusion, def: t
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YORKPOLS 1000Martin BreaughFall

Lecture 2 - Polis as a Way of Life

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27 Mar 2012
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Lecture 2 - polis as a way of life. Autonomy, auto - > self, nomos -> law; giving yourself rules to live by. Greece in the 5th & 4th century bce: polis
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YORKPOLS 1000Martin BreaughWinter

Lecture 24 - The Nazi Mystery (very detailed) and Course Conclusion

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27 Mar 2012
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Examination of democracy, ideology, and analysis of contemporary political problems link. What occurred in a stark example of a political phenomenon kn
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YORKPOLS 1000Martin BreaughSummer

POLS 1000 Lecture Notes - Lecture 20: Value Pluralism, Iron Cage

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27 Mar 2012
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The double foundation of contemporary life on science and liberty. Two main authorities in contemporary society are science and liberty. Augere (increa
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YORKPOLS 1000Martin BreaughWinter

Lecture 22 - Human Rights

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Right to own property quickly distinguish people from those who have and those who do not have, therefore it"s divisive, creates a division or gap. Gro
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YORKPOLS 1000Martin BreaughWinter

Lecture 19

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Using ideas developed in the 19th century to explain things in 20th and 21st century. New forces should compel us to new ideologies. There have been de
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YORKPOLS 1000Martin BreaughWinter

Lecture 18 - Contemporary Crises of Ideologies

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27 Mar 2012
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Both socialist and liberals agree that people are born free and equal. Freedom and equality should be both instrument and end of our existence. Freedom
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YORKPOLS 1000Martin BreaughSummer

Lecture 17 - Socialism

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YORKPOLS 1000Martin BreaughWinter

Lecture 21 - The Movement of Equality

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Definitions are in the topics of 5 exam questions. Argument manent is making is that the social bond in modern democratic societies is that of equality
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YORKPOLS 1000Martin BreaughWinter

Lecture 16 - Conservatism

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YORKPOLS 1000Martin BreaughWinter

Lecture 14 - Liberal Ideology

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27 Mar 2012
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Lecture 14 january 17, 2011 liberal ideology. Definition of ideology in short: at its most basic expression, an ideology is the articulation of a globa
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YORKPOLS 1000Martin BreaughWinter

POLS 1000 Lecture Notes - Lecture 15: E. P. Thompson

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27 Mar 2012
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Liberal ideology or thought puts rational, individual property owner in the centre of the world: liberals will argue, as individuals, we all have acces
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YORKPOLS 1000Martin BreaughFall

Lecture 13 - 6 Point Definition and 2 Dangers of Ideology (no lecture 12, lecture 12 was midterm exam)

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27 Mar 2012
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Rising of the merchant class, bourgeoisie, earn a living producing/selling things for profit: practical, new ethic, good and useful. Bring changes to p
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YORKPOLS 1000Martin BreaughFall

Lecture 11 - What is Ideology

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27 Mar 2012
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No coincidence that political parties appears at the same time of extension to the right to vote and dropping of property qualifications for running of
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YORKPOLS 1000Martin BreaughFall

Lecture 10 - Aristocratic Elections and Metamorphosis of Representative Government

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27 Mar 2012
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Distinction principle, what it means, idea that representatives should be economically, socially, and morally superior than who elected them. Those who
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YORKPOLS 1000Martin BreaughFall

Lecture 9

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