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UTSCPOLC97H3Paul KingstonWinter

Week 2

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There are 3 ways of thinking about citizenship: idea of citizenship based upon rights y revolves are the state and what rights it provides. What politi
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UTSCPOLC97H3Paul KingstonWinter

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UTSCPOLB80H3Francis Wiafe- AmoakoFall

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19 Jan 2012
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Council. y collective security have been successfully invoked just once (1990- Why democracies don t fight? y they require citizens support to go to wa
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UTSCPOLB80H3Francis Wiafe- AmoakoFall

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19 Jan 2012
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Many civil wars post cold war because us didn t ensure internal stability in foreign countries. Difference feminism: values the unique contributions of
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UTSCPOLB90H3R RiceFall

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UTSCPOLB90H3R RiceFall

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Purchasing power parity (ppp: purchasing price of the same basket of goods in different countries. Human development index (hdi: includes health (life
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UTSCPOLB90H3R RiceFall

Week 7

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Rachel carson (1969), the silent spring, (insecticide ddt) 1970s and 1980s, a choice between environment and economic growth. 1987: brundtland commissi
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UTSCPOLB90H3R RiceFall

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Colonies provided food, resources, minerals and human labour: god and cultural motives: the desire to spread the christian faith was part of the coloni
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UTSCPOLB91H3R RiceWinter

POLB91 Week 2 Lecture Notes

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19 Jan 2012
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Paying attention to specific country contexts. (qualitative school) area studies: the detailed examination of politics within a specific geographical s
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UTSCIDSB01H3Ryan IsaksonFall

Week 6 Lecture Notes

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UTSCIDSB01H3Ryan IsaksonFall

Week 4 Lecture Notes

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UTSCIDSB01H3Ryan IsaksonFall

Week 5 Lecture Notes

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UTSCPOLB90H3R RiceFall

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UTSCPOLB90H3R RiceFall

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UTSCPOLB80H3Francis Wiafe- AmoakoFall

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UTSCPOLB80H3Francis Wiafe- AmoakoFall

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UTSCPOLB80H3Francis Wiafe- AmoakoFall

Week 2

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UTSCIDSB01H3Ryan IsaksonFall

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UTSCSOCA02H3Malcolm Mac KinnonWinter

Research Methods

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25 Apr 2011
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UTSCSOCA02H3Malcolm Mac KinnonWinter

Globalization

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25 Apr 2011
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Of the 100 largest economies in the world. It has larger annual revenues tha the gnp"s of israel, greece and poland. The top 200 corporations combined
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UTSCEESA01H3Carl MitchellFall

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UTSCEESA01H3Carl MitchellFall

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Mineral matter with varying proportions of organic matter has much influence on surrounding ecosystems leaching/soil creation: occurs in warmer/wetter
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UTSCEESA01H3Carl MitchellFall

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23 Apr 2011
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Mineral matter with varying proportions of organic matter has much influence on surrounding ecosystems leaching/soil creation: occurs in warmer/wetter
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UTSCSOCA01H3Malcolm Mac KinnonFall

Race and Ethnicity Lecture Notes

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23 Apr 2011
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Sociology of race and ethnic relations deals with power and resources. Power and resources are distributed along racial and ethnic lines. Social constr
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UTSCSOCA01H3Malcolm Mac KinnonFall

Health and Medicine Lecture Notes

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UTSCSOCA01H3Malcolm Mac KinnonFall

Stratification Lecture notes

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Stratification: a way or process by which categories of people are ranked. In the past, people argued that inequality was controlled politically. (immo
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