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Midterm Study Notes

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Department
Political Science
Course Code
POLC38H3
Professor
Ingrid L.Stefanovic

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Political Science Midterm Study Notes by: Chino. Nnadi
CLIENTELISM:
- exchange of favours b/w patron and client; power imbalance but reciprocal exchange take
form of jobsown ability to put up toll booth w/o fixing pot-hole and making ppl pay
-2 types: patronage, prebendalism
- Patronage the practice of using state resources to provide jobs and services for political
clienteles.
-Prebendalism (prebends) an individual is given a public office in order for him/her to gain
personal access over state resources; most common in non-democratic states
PORT-BEAR POLITICS:
- arrange for goods to be received to those who support you
CAPITAL:
-resources that you own, that can potentially make you $
power, stability, growth, popn
-Kenya (peace and prosperous, created system that works) vs. Ugandan coffee (violence)
KINSHIP SOCIETIES:
-Static eternal yesterday
-trade off b/w prosperity&peace
-agriculturally based
-lack of capital, limits prosperity
-can adaptive to new economic& social conditions (might be awk)
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IDEAL STATE QUALITIES
1.Control a defined territory and population
2.Have monopoly on use of force
3.Have a set of rule-bound institutions that perform governing tasks like regulation.
Weber rational-legal authority
Exercise power over citizens in accordance with legally defined strategy
towards publicly acknowledged goals (Clapham, p. 44)
Agents set legal goals for principals (govt officials)
This is what we know (and love?) in Canada.
WEAK STATES
-states not strong enough to make citizens loyal
-dont have full power, restrictions by strongmen
-make accommodations for strongmen to maintain stability/power
-to become strong: fresh set of social control, war, mass migration, skilled bureaucrats, no
predation, will catch up
PROGRMMATIC
- clear set of criteria for policies ie. All students get discounts, bosa familia
NON-PROGRMMATIC
- unclear criteria for policies, conditional meaning mehh I dont like you so no deal
CLAPHAM (less than ideal states)
-lack of borders and monopoly use of force not able to function
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Political Science Midterm Study Notes by: Chino. Nnadi CLIENTELISM: - exchange of favours bw patron and client; power imbalance but reciprocal exchange take form of jobsown ability to put up toll booth wo fixing pot-hole and making ppl pay -2 types: patronage, prebendalism - Patronage the practice of using state resources to provide jobs and services for political clienteles. -Prebendalism (prebends) an individual is given a public office in order for himher to gain personal access over state resources; most common in non-democratic states PORT-BEAR POLITICS: - arrange for goods to be received to those who support you CAPITAL: -resources that you own, that can potentially make you $ power, stability, growth, popn -Kenya (peace and prosperous, created system that works) vs. Ugandan coffee (violence) KINSHIP SOCIETIES: -Static eternal yesterday -trade off bw prosperity&peace -agriculturally based -lack of capital, limits prosperity -can adaptive to new economic& social conditions (might be awk) www.notesolution.com
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