exam structure

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Computer Science
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Computer Science 1032A/B
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Louis Magguilli

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Exam structure: Write what you have learned about the EUROPEAN UNION, with a special focus  on the supranational, national and sub national aspects discussed in class and  readings. Explain what these concepts mean. Remember to include the knowledge  gained through lectures and readings to get a good mark.  Describe the European Union’s origins, purpose and principal phases, and  name the two founding ‘fathers’   • Discuss its regional characteristics (cities’ associations, for example) • Explain the principle of ‘Subsidiarity’ (lecture). • Explain the concept of ‘Supranationalism’ (from lecture and textbook).   • Discuss the political advantages and/or disadvantages of the EU in terms of  unification of policies. • Mention at least three of the principal treaties before the current Treaty of  Lisbon and explain its main contribution to the establishment of the EU • Explain the main features of the economic and monetary union.  • How many countries have a single coinage? What is the name of the EU  currency? • Compare the European Union to other international associations and  evaluate their differences (textbook).  •
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