POL101Y1 Study Guide - Final Guide: Bermeo, Max Weber, International Criminal Court

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POL 101 Tutorial Final Exam Review
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Note: This is meant to be only a guide for studying and does not completely cover what you should know. Ensure
that you have read all of the required readings and have reviewed your lecture notes for the final exam.
Exam Information:
Date and Time: Monday, April 18, 7-10 PM (3hrs)
Location: Please refer to Blackboard for where you are to write your exam
Note: Please bring photo ID, HP pencil(s), pen(s), pencil sharpener and eraser to the exam.
Exam Format:
2 essays (choice between 3 questions)
20 multiple choice
*Remember that this exam is cumulative, but will be weighted towards the material in the second term.
Key Concepts:
First Semester
Ancient Liberty
Modern Liberty
Liberalism
State
Modernization Theory
Class/Class Struggle
Materialism
Proletariat
Bourgeoisie
False Consciousness
Realism
Multiculturalism
Ethnic Citizenship
Democracy
Communism
Fascism
Institutions
Parliamentary System
Presidential System
Responsible Government
Duverger’s Law
Proportional Representation
Single Member Plurality
Institutionalized Uncertainty
Equality of outcome
Equality of opportunity
Collective Action Problem
Affirmative Action
Constitutionalism
Economic Interdependence
Democracy Peace Theory
Realism
Hegemonic stability
Power Transition Theory
Deterrence
Zero-Sum Game
Bipolarity
Crimes Against Humanity
International Law
Sovereignty
Responsibility to Protect
Second Semester
Prisoner’s Dilemma
Mutually Assured Destruction
Nationalism
Nation-Building
Multiculturalism
Protestant Ethics
Invisible Hand of the Market
Supply and Demand
Currency Deregulation
Protectionism
Imperialism
Cosmopolitanism
Mercantilism
World Systems Theory
Dependency theory
Developmental State Keynesianism
Embedded Liberalism
Bretton-Woods
GATT
Welfare State
Inequality
Gini Coefficient
Grey Income
Feminization of Poverty
Collective Security
League of Nations
United Nations
State Centralism
Neoliberal Institutionalism
Interdependence
Functionalism
Global Governance
Multilateralism
Regionalism
European Union
Predatory State
Despotic Power
Infrastructural Power
Clientalism
VAR model
Black Swans
Kuznets Curve
End of History
Clash of Civilizations
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