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Political Science 506.02 Autumn 2007 Jimmy Casas Klausen Se-Hyoung Yi Study Guide: Final Examination Part I. Identifications. On the exam, you will be asked to identify or explain five names or concepts from a list of ten . (Those ten are among the twenty below.) Write three or four sentences on each one. Obviously some of these terms have relevance beyond the scope of this course; however, what you write should be germane to the theories and theorists we considered together this semester. If the term seems significant to two or more texts or theorists, then you will want to address relevant differences, if any. This part of the exam will be worth 25% of the total exam score (5% for each answer). During the exam, you will want to spend no longer than thirty minutes on this section. Lord Cromer Boudicca (Boadicea) parental despotism Abd-el-Kader (Abd al-Qadir) village system oriental despotism FLN razzia Seneca expansion national consciousness swaraj hegemony Marshal Bugeaud himsa / ahimsa manifest destiny imperium “white man’s burden” Kabyle Sri Aurobindo (Aurobindo Ghose) Part II. Texts/contexts.
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This note was uploaded on 11/03/2009 for the course POLI SCI 506 taught by Professor Staff during the Spring '08 term at Wisconsin.

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