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AP/POLS 1000 6.00   Introduction to Politics: Exploring the Democratic Experience


(Crosslisted to: AP/PPAS 1000 6.00)

Course Description:

Introduces students to the central concepts of political science. The emphasis is on how individuals participate in politics and on how politics may be changed. Among the topics to be considered are the following: nationalism and nation building, liberalism, communism, fascism, power, war, imperialism and dependency, international organization, interdependence and integration. Material from municipal, provincial, national and international levels of politics will be included as well as material on current policy issues, such as recent changes in the Ontario Human Rights Code. Course credit exclusion: GL/POLS 1400 6.00.

Language of Instruction:

English

Course Schedule:

Fall/Winter 2023-2024 Schedule

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