Lecture 1 - Political Science 260 An Introduction to Global...

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Political Science 260 An Introduction to Global Politics Welcome to POLI 260! I hope you will enjoy this course! This is the outline of the introductory lecture. These slides (and the web based slides for all of the class lectures) provide the structure of each class, but only a little of the content . These slides to do not provide a replacement for class attendance!!
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Political Science 260 1.0. An Introduction to Global Politics What is Global Politics/International Relations? Learning Objectives: Define Global Politics/International Relations Use the “level of analysis” tool Understand the central issues in the study of Global Politics
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What is International Relations? Definition Place in Social Sciences and the Humanities Boundaries
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The “Level of Analysis” Tool Three Levels: Individual State/Group System The concept of the “international system”
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Using the “Level of Analysis” Tool What different explanations exist for the outbreak of WWI? Study Tip:
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This note was uploaded on 03/24/2010 for the course POLI 260 taught by Professor Sens,allen during the Winter '09 term at The University of British Columbia.

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Lecture 1 - Political Science 260 An Introduction to Global...

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