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U OF APOL S101Satish JoshiFall

POL S101 Chapter Notes - Chapter 2: Gross Domestic Product, Nationstates, Government Spending

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POL S101 Chapter Notes - Chapter 4: 20Th Century Women, Environmentalism, Woodlot

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Eliminating discriminatory practices, while challenging the traditional views about women. Wrote a vindication of the rights of women (1792), in respon
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U OF APOL S101Satish JoshiFall

POL S101 Chapter Notes - Chapter 6: List Of Political Parties In Canada, Party System, Classical Liberalism

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Parties compete in democratic countries to mobilize voters to elect their candidates. Parties try to in uence the opinions of the public to gain or mai
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U OF APOL S101Satish JoshiFall

POL S101 Chapter Notes - Chapter 5: World Values Survey, Sidney Verba, Gabriel Almond

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Ch 5 political culture, political participation, and political socialization. The fundamental political values, beliefs, and orientations held within a
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U OF APOL S101Satish JoshiFall

POL S101 Chapter Notes - Chapter 13: Shared Decision-Making In Medicine, Consumer Protection, Execution Unit

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Every country has more than one governing body. There are national governments, local governments, and regional governments. Supranational government:
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U OF APOL S101Satish JoshiFall

POL S101 Chapter Notes - Chapter 18: Mutual Assured Destruction, Global Governance, Hard Power

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Ch 18 politics and governance at the global level. States are sovereign entities composed of a population, a government, and a territory. Anarchic: a s
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U OF APOL S101Satish JoshiFall

POL S101 Chapter Notes - Chapter 10: Liberal Democracy, Open Government, Aristocracy

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All adult citizens should have an equal and e ective voice in their political community. A system in which citizens make governing decisions themselves
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U OF APOL S101Satish JoshiFall

POL S101 Chapter Notes - Chapter 1: Policy Analysis

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U OF APOL S101Satish JoshiFall

POL S101 Chapter Notes - Chapter 14: Westminster System, Responsible Government, The Elected

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Parliamentary system: close interrelationship between the political executive and the parliament. The executive is generally composed of members of the
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U OF APOL S101Satish JoshiFall

POL S101 Chapter Notes - Chapter 3: John Maynard Keynes, John Stuart Mill, Age Of Enlightenment

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A package of interrelated ideas & beliefs about government, society, the economy, and human nature that inspire and a ect political action. Some ideolo
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U OF APOL S101Satish JoshiFall

POL S101 Chapter Notes - Chapter 15: Veto, The American President, Presidential System

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U OF AECON101Mesbah SharafFall

ECON101 Lecture Notes - Lecture 6: Marginal Utility, Economic Surplus, Demand Curve

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U OF AECON101Mesbah SharafFall

ECON101 Lecture Notes - Lecture 11: Marginal Revenue, Root Mean Square, Normal Good

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U OF AECON101Mesbah SharafFall

ECON101 Lecture Notes - Lecture 4: Economic Equilibrium, Shortage, Demand Curve

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U OF AECON101Mesbah SharafFall

ECON101 Lecture Notes - Lecture 7: Sunk Costs, Cost, Marginal Product

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Explicit cost: costs that involve monetary payments (i. e. rent, wages) Implicit cost: costs that do not involve monetary payments (i. e. opportunity c
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U OF AECON101Mesbah SharafFall

ECON101 Lecture Notes - Lecture 5: Demand Curve, Inferior Good, Normal Good

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Measures the responsiveness of q*d due to change in the products own price (ceterius paribus) Consumers don"t have enough time to look for a cheaper al
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U OF AECON101Mesbah SharafFall

ECON101 Lecture Notes - Lecture 10: Monopolistic Competition, Root Mean Square, Strategic Dominance

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In the long run, monopolistic competition rm will be in equilibrium at breakeven. The new rms take some of the existing rms customers. The demand on th
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U OF AECON101Mesbah SharafFall

ECON101 Lecture Notes - Lecture 3: Demand Curve

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U OF AECON101Mesbah SharafFall

ECON101 Lecture Notes - Lecture 1: Opportunity Cost, European Cooperation In Science And Technology, Comparative Advantage

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U OF AECON101Mesbah SharafFall

ECON101 Lecture Notes - Lecture 8: Marginal Revenue, Market Power, Perfect Competition

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U OF AECON101Mesbah SharafFall

ECON101 Lecture Notes - Lecture 9: Demand Curve, Natural Monopoly, Perfect Competition

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Conditions of monopoly: one single seller, product has no close substitutes, barriers to entry. Technical barriers: no free entry & exit. To sell more,
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