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UTSCPOLB91H3R RiceWinter

POLB91H3 Study Guide - Midterm Guide: Intensify, Juan Velasco Alvarado, Civil Society

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27 Mar 2013
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The detailed examination of politics within a specific geographical setting. (ie: to study. It does not necessarily involve any explicit comparisons. T
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UTSCPOLB91H3R RiceWinter

POLB91H3 Study Guide - Midterm Guide: Area Studies, Fidel Castro, Clientelism

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28 Feb 2013
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The 2 main types of power that characterize state are despotic power and infrastructure power. Despotic power, which occurs mostly in the south, is the
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UTSCPOLB91H3R RiceWinter

POLB91H3 Study Guide - Midterm Guide: Caudillo, Corporatism, Structural Adjustment

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12 Feb 2013
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Clientaism is the dispensing of public resources by political power holders and seekers who offer them as favors in exchange for votes or other forms o
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UTSCPOLB91H3R RiceWinter

POLB91 MIDTERM.docx

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14 Dec 2012
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UTSCPOLB91H3R RiceWinter

PolB91H3: Comparative Politics All Lectures (Midterm)

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17 Feb 2012
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It is a sub-field in political science and a method or approach to the study of politics. Sub-field: ex: canadian politics, us politics: opinions and a
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UTSCPOLB91H3R RiceWinter

midterm study guide

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15 Feb 2012
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Polb 91 midterm study guide y area studies: area studies: the detailed examination of politics within a specific geographical context, not necessarily
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UTSCPOLB91H3R RiceWinter

last minute mid term study guide 2012

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14 Feb 2012
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Terms: area studies is the detailed examination of politics with a specific geographical settings, such as studying latin or north american politics, i
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UTSCPOLB91H3R RiceWinter

Jan. 17th, 2012 - Lecture 2 - again, odd formatting. my bad. tried to answer some of the potential mid-term questions myself, haha.

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13 Feb 2012
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Comparative politics is a) a sub-field in political science and b) a method or approach to the study of politics. Behaviouralist schools that emphasize
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UTSCPOLB91H3R RiceWinter

POLB91H3 Study Guide - Final Guide: Osama Bin Laden, Hutu, Tutsi

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24 Apr 2013
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Little to do with ancient hatred, more complex. Causes: colonial legacies: european colonization set the stage for ethnic conflict. One tends to be wea
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UTSCPOLB91H3R RiceWinter

POLB91_LECTURE 4_Outline.doc

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13 Apr 2012
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Gnp per capita < = successful coup attempt (lower income) Cnp per capita > = unsuccessful coup attempts (lower middle) Gnp per capita > = no coup attem
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UTSCPOLB91H3R RiceWinter

Final Study Notes

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20 Apr 2011
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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

POLB91H3 Study Guide - Final Guide: Fidel Castro, Civil Society, Iranian Revolution

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15 Apr 2011
69
Domestic power structures and development: course intro. [see syllabus under course information on web page] A major determinant of development strateg
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