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UTSGPOL208Y1Lilach GiladyWinter

ENV100 - Assignment # 1.docx

OC1052891 Page
4 Apr 2014
46
The high number of deaths occurring among the st. lawrence beluga whales is due to heavy noise surrounding the estuary. The area around the st. lawrenc
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UTSGPOL208Y1Lilach GiladyWinter

POL208Y1 Study Guide - Midterm Guide: Human Security, National Security, Democratic Peace Theory

OC12318720 Page
17 Oct 2013
42
Emerging global culture of human rights & body of international law on it. Post-cold war: western emphasis on human rights. East and southeast asia are
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UTSGPOL208Y1Lilach GiladyFall

POL208Y1 Study Guide - Midterm Guide: The Need, American Imperialism, Legal Positivism

OC3050116 Page
5 Dec 2012
75
Political and critical connection to images and pop culture. The need for analytical tools: sylvie & bruno. Building models for reality social science.
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UTSGPOL208Y1Lilach GiladyWinter

POL208Y1 Study Guide - Soft Power, Hegemony, Asymmetric Warfare

OC25629626 Page
14 Aug 2014
23
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UTSGPOL208Y1Lilach GiladyWinter

POL208Y1 Study Guide - Final Guide: Tyrant, Psychological Trauma, George Carlin

OC10528919 Page
4 Apr 2014
43
First of all, socrates is a real person, however, we must keep in mind that the version of socrates that has been presented to us by plato is plato"s s
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UTSGPOL208Y1Lilach GiladyFall

POL208Y1 Study Guide - Final Guide: Protectionism, European Atomic Energy Community, Human Security

OC25021810 Page
14 Feb 2014
47
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UTSGPOL208Y1Lilach GiladySummer

POL208Y1 Study Guide - Final Guide: European Bank For Reconstruction And Development, Bretton Woods System, Stephen D. Krasner

OC18900410 Page
16 Dec 2013
34
International political economy discusses the fact that the political actions of states clearly. Furthermore, political decision making is one made wit
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UTSGPOL208Y1Lilach GiladyWinter

POL208Y1 Study Guide - Final Guide: Bretton Woods System, Economic Integration, Voluntary Export Restraints

OC1278411 Page
26 Apr 2013
36
The concept of guns vs. butter is a common metaphor for the national production possibility frontier. As societies, we can choose between two types of
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UTSGPOL208Y1Lilach GiladyWinter

POL208Y1 Study Guide - Garrett Hardin, Neofunctionalism, Dependency Theory

OC1190517 Page
23 Apr 2013
12
Some nations are developed and some are underdeveloped, one just feeding off the other. Depedency theory argues that all countries are modern, even dev
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UTSGPOL208Y1Lilach GiladyWinter

POL208Y1 Study Guide - Final Guide: Private Law, Global Governance, Economic Liberalism

OC3902414 Page
16 Apr 2013
38
Guns vs butter is a metaphor used to describe a trade off between military spending and spending on civilian welfare. Opportunity costs are the utility
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UTSGPOL208Y1Lilach GiladyWinter

POL208Y1 Study Guide - Final Guide: Floating Exchange Rate, Thomas Robert Malthus, Opinio Juris Sive Necessitatis

OC3902414 Page
16 Apr 2013
24
Guns vs butter is a metaphor used to describe a trade off between military spending and spending on civilian welfare. Opportunity costs are the utility
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UTSGPOL208Y1Lilach GiladyWinter

POL208Y1 Study Guide - Final Guide: International Trade, Floating Exchange Rate, The Principle

OC3902414 Page
16 Apr 2013
20
Guns vs butter is a metaphor used to describe a trade off between military spending and spending on civilian welfare. Opportunity costs are the utility
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