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UTSCPOLB50Y3Christopher CochraneFall

POLB50Y3 Chapter Notes - Chapter 1: Rand Dyck, Public Choice, Voluntary Sector

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3 Sep 2012
1002
Private or voluntary sector parts of society and the economy that function separately from government. Expressing our feelings to government need to de
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UTSCPOLB50Y3Christopher CochraneFall

POLB50Y3 Chapter Notes - Chapter 2: Rand Dyck, Report On The Affairs Of British North America, Canadian Confederation

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4 Sep 2012
344
Chapter 2: institutional foundations and the evolution of the state. 1713 treaty of utrecht britain control nova scotia and newfoundland. 1759 britain
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UTSCPOLB50Y3Christopher CochraneFall

Chapter 3. - Canadian Politics: Critical Approaches; Rand Dyck

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5 Sep 2012
107
51 canadian political system characterized by regionalism. 1979 task force on canadian unity: regional communities require an institutional framework i
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UTSCPOLB50Y3Christopher CochraneFall

POLB50 Chapter 11: POLB50 – Rand Dyck, Christopher Cochrane - Chapter 11

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24 Apr 2015
91
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UTSCPOLB50Y3Christopher CochraneFall

POLB50Y3 Chapter Notes - Chapter 13: Judicial Independence, Battle Of The Plains Of Abraham, Charlottetown Conference

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16 Dec 2014
42
Canada quebec act: provided for a new set of gov"t institutions, est. a council to advise the governor of the colony, roman catholics were allowed free
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UTSCPOLB50Y3Christopher CochraneFall

POLB50Y3 Chapter Notes - Chapter 12: Mass Media, Transmedia Storytelling, Digital Divide

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24 Apr 2015
45
Chapter 12: political socialization, the mass media, and public opinion pol. Many newspapers can now be accessed online. Free dailies jeopardize the ne
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UTSCPOLB50Y3Christopher CochraneFall

POLB50Y3 Chapter Notes - Chapter 23: Conscience Vote, Canada Health Act, Caucus

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6 Dec 2016
7
The elected representatives of the canadian people meet in open, verbal combat in question. Period in the house of commons about 135 days/year. Members
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UTSCPOLB50Y3Christopher CochraneFall

POLB50Y3 Chapter Notes - Chapter 2: Cooperative Federalism, Minority Government, Political Freedom

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6 Dec 2016
9
Representative government: a set of political institutions that included an elected legislative assembly. Achieved by all the colonies by 1791. Althoug
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UTSCPOLB50Y3Christopher CochraneFall

POLB50Y3 Chapter Notes - Chapter 1: Class Conflict, Voluntary Sector, Political Psychology

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6 Dec 2016
4
Political issue: an issue that involves a decision on the part of a collective to act or not to act, in a particular manner. Politics: the practice of
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UTSCPOLB50Y3Christopher CochraneFall

POLB50Y3 Chapter Notes -Unemployment Insurance Act 1920, Victoria Charter, R V Drybones

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22 Nov 2012
62
Constitutional supremacy: the constitutional supremacy means that the constitution is supreme over the parliament and that the parliament can exercise
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UTSCPOLB50Y3Christopher CochraneFall

POLB50Y3 Chapter Notes -Merit System, Pulitzer Prize For Public Service, Spoils System

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22 Nov 2012
44
Public service commission: the central personnel agency of government designed to police the merit system and ensure that partisanship is kept out of t
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UTSCPOLB50Y3Christopher CochraneFall

POLB50Y3 Chapter Notes - Chapter 14: Fourth Party System, First Party System, Third Party System

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24 Apr 2015
38
Catch-all parties that mainly want to maximize their votes (eg. liberals, cons). Programmatic parties that retain a somewhat ideological: historical ev
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