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UTSCPOLC71H3Stefan DolgertWinter

Lecture 12 - Hume, Burke & Constant (Conservative & Liberal Reactions to Revolution)

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Hume, burke, & constant (conservative & liberal reactions to revolution) Final: on the 27th, continuing past rousseau and the 1800s, there are two gian
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UTSCPOLC71H3Stefan DolgertWinter

Lecture 11 - Rousseau Social Contract II

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Rousseau (social contract ii: rousseau says you want citizens who will want and act for the greater/common good rather than individual win/loss. Instea
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UTSCPOLC71H3Stefan DolgertWinter

Lecture 09 - Rousseau's Discourse on the Origin of Inequality

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Artifice: self-presentation & pity, natural man, the change, origins, distinction. ~~~~~~~~the middle: property, the trick, amour-propre vs. amour de s
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UTSCPOLC71H3Stefan DolgertWinter

Lecture 06 - The Domestication of Man

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UTSCPOLB50Y3Chris GibbsWinter

Final Study Notes

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Final exam study package, winter 2011: politics (serge-michel eta-ndu, the activity in which conflicting interests struggle for advantage or dominance
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UTSCPOLB50Y3CochraineWinter

Final Exam Study Guide

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Federalism federalism is system of national government in which power is divided between a central authority and a number of regions with delimited sel
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UTSCPOLB91H3R RiceWinter

Final Study Notes

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Ethnic conflict defined as a conflict between ethnic groups often as a result of ethnic nationalism. The definition of ethnicity is then a social const
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UTSCPOLB91H3R RiceWinter

Essay Guide for Essay #1

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New social movements are effective vehicles for bringing about development in the global. South, but it depends heavily on the degree of democracy in t
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UTSCPOLC71H3Stefan DolgertWinter

Lecture 06 - Hobbes + guide

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UTSCPOLC71H3Stefan DolgertWinter

Lecutre 04 Notes - Democracy

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UTSCPOLB50Y3Chris GibbsWinter

Lecture 05 Notes

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Objectives: to understand the legal and political mechanisms of the colonization of aboriginal peoples in. Canada: to understand the organization, goal
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UTSCPOLB50Y3Chris GibbsWinter

Lecture 03 Notes

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UTSCPOLB50Y3Chris GibbsWinter

Lecture 02 Notes

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UTSCPOLC71H3Stefan DolgertWinter

Lecture 02 Notes

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Jan. 30th  it"s cold; if he shivered from the cold people would think he was afraid: i must tell you that liberty and freedom consists in having gover
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UTSCPOLC71H3Stefan DolgertWinter

Lecture 01 Notes

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UTSCPOLC99H3Norla CarloffFall

Lecture 07 Notes

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The supply of financial markets and the international monetary system: International investors are buying u. s. assets as they see it as viable still:
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UTSCPOLC99H3Norla CarloffFall

Lecture 05 Notes

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UTSCPOLC99H3Norla CarloffFall

Lecutre 03 Notes

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UTSCPOLC99H3Norla CarloffFall

Lecture 02 Notes

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 credit borrowing  issues; traditional ipe theory does not take full breadth.  banks have a difficult time using this approach since it"s highly sub
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UTSCPOLC99H3Norla CarloffFall

Lecture 07 Notes

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UTSCPSYB10H3Ingrid L.StefanovicFall

Lecture 22 Notes

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Situations where the most beneficial action for an individual will be harmful for the collective group: commonly discussed social dilemmas, escalation
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UTSCPSYB10H3Ingrid L.StefanovicFall

Lecture 21 Notes

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Intentional behavior aimed at causing physical or psychological pain: type of pain.  verbal or relational aggression  saying or doing psychological h
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UTSCPSYB10H3Ingrid L.StefanovicFall

Lecture 20 Notes

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16 Dec 2010
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Group-based bias: affect  prejudice, behaviour  discrimination, cognition  stereotyping | outgroup homogeneity. Cognitive component: stereotypes: be
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UTSCPSYB10H3Ingrid L.StefanovicFall

Lecture 19 Notes

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Ingroup: a social group to which you belong, you can have multiple ingroups. Outgroup: a social group to which you do not belong. Situations, cognition
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UTSCPSYB10H3Ingrid L.StefanovicFall

Lecture 18

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People are ranked according to what matters to the group doing the ranking. Power hierarchy: one type of social hierarchy, rank-ordering of individuals
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UTSCPSYB10H3Ingrid L.StefanovicFall

Lecture 17 Notes

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UTSCPSYB65H3Ted PetitFall

Lecture 8 Notes

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Psychopharmacology of drug action, depressants, opiates & hallucinogens.  went from jan 1920 to dec 1933 (then repealed)  during this time all the st
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UTSCPSYB65H3Ted PetitFall

Lecture 7 notes.

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