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CU-BOULDERPSCI 2012AllFall

PSCI 2012 Chapter Notes - Chapter 1: Keynesian Economics, International Monetary Fund, North American Free Trade Agreement

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CU-BOULDERPSCI 3021Kenneth BickersSpring

PSCI 3021 Chapter Notes - Chapter 1: Underrepresented Group, Face Validity, Stereotype

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Understanding the continuing underrepresentation of women and people of color in legislatures. City level: mixed results: particularly in places where
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CU-BOULDERPSCI 3021Kenneth BickersSpring

PSCI 3021 Chapter 2: Minority Representation under Cumulative and Limited Voting

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Assess how modified at-large plans (limited and cumulative voting) might facilitate minority representation. Voting rights act (vra) broadened the abil
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CU-BOULDERPSCI 1101Anand SokheyFall

PSCI 1101 Chapter Notes - Chapter 6-7: Hubris, Patient Protection And Affordable Care Act

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The power to persuade, from presidential power, neustadt: gap between what public expects of president and president"s actual powers, neustadt"s way of
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CU-BOULDERPSCI 2223Moonhawk KimFall

PSCI 2223 Chapter Notes - Chapter 2: Sovereign People, Collective Action

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Interests are the fundamental building blocks of politics. Explanations of international political events begin by specifying the relevant actors and t
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CU-BOULDERPSCI 1101Anand SokheyFall

PSCI 1101 Chapter 5: Chapter 5

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Congress, the electoral connection, mayhew: congressional motivation =/= idealistic. Not motivated by desire to make good public policy to serve nation
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CU-BOULDERPSCI 2223Moonhawk KimFall

PSCI 2223 Chapter Notes - Chapter 3: Preventive War, Brinkmanship, Bargaining

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War is an extremely costly way for states to settle their disputes. The most obvious cost of war is human life, but there are major economic and materi
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CU-BOULDERPSCI 1101Anand SokheyFall

PSCI 1101 Chapter Notes - Chapter 4: Monogamy, Ross Douthat, Jonathan Rauch

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Chapter 4: the constitutional framework and the individual: civil liberties and civil. Intro: lincoln and mlk have different viewpoints on how to achie
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CU-BOULDERPSCI 1101Anand SokheyFall

PSCI 1101 Chapter Notes - Chapter 8: Massive Resistance, Judicial Activism, Environmental Policy

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CU-BOULDERPSCI 1101Anand SokheyFall

PSCI 1101 Chapter Notes - Chapter 10-11: Lastminute.Com

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Effort of social scientists to understand voting decision = important bc of the ways political candidates/leaders will respond to them. Ex: if research
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CU-BOULDERPSCI 1101Anand SokheyFall

PSCI 1101 Chapter Notes - Chapter 12: Free Rider Problem, Alexis De Tocqueville, Advocacy Group

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Political association in the united states, tocqueville: political association: joining together; right of it = cornerstone of. The alleged mischiefs o
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CU-BOULDERPSCI 1101AllSpring

PSCI 1101 Chapter Notes - Chapter 4: Layer Cake, Concurrent Powers, Supremacy Clause

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Article 1 of constitution sets out framework for legislative branch. Republic a government in which decisions are made through representatives of the p
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