Poli 211 Final

Poli 211 Final - 1 MCGILL UNIVERSITY DEPARTMENT OF...

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MCGILL UNIVERSITY DEPARTMENT OF POLITICAL SCIENCE POLI 211 INTRODUCTION TO COMPARATIVE POLITICS FINAL EXAM December 15, 2009 2-5pm (three hours) Examiner: Prof. F. Sabetti Associate Ex.: Prof. D. Stolle Name of student Instructions: the exam is divided into three (3) parts of equal weight. You are asked to complete each part, as indicated. Dictionaries may be allowed. Return exam to instructor. No notes are allowed. Closed book exam. You may write the exam in either French or English. Exam consists of 3 pages. 1
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Poli 211 final exam Dec. 15, 2009 Page 2 PART I Identify and discuss the importance of 10 (ten) terms in the study of comparative politics. 1. Benjamin Nnamdi Azikiwe 2. African National Congress 3. Kemalism 4. Mohammed Mossadeq 5. Patron-client relations 6. The Congress Party 7. Porfiriato 8. Nelson Mandela 9. Constitution of 1917 10.BJP 11. Virgin of Guadalupe 12. corporatism 13. prebendalism 14.Yoruba 15. Apartheid 17. Shia 18. Indira Gandhi PART II Answer one question: 1. In many ways, Nigeria’s political challenges have been exceptional as they combine
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