PS 102 FALL 2009 Exam Two

PS 102 FALL 2009 Exam Two -...

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Introduction to International Relations EXAM TWO EDITION A-1 STUDENT’S NAME Instructions – READ CAREFULLY Please write your name on this booklet and on your Scantron form.  Next to  your written name on the Scantron form, clearly write the edition of your  exam booklet.   If you fail to follow these directions, you might not earn  credit for taking this exam. Read each question carefully and then choose the best answer from the  corresponding list of choices.  Mark your answer (the corresponding letter) on  your Scantron sheet. Interpreting   the   following   questions   is   part   of   the   test-taking  process .     You   are   being   tested   on   your   ability   to   understand   relevant  questions regarding international relations.   Therefore, the professor and  proctor(s) will not help you understand the questions.  If you have a question  about the test-taking procedure, you should ask it when the proctor solicits  questions. Good luck.  Exam scores will appear on our SAKAI gradebook within a week  of taking the exam. EXAM ONE Multiple choice.   Choose the best answer from the list provided and mark  the corresponding circle on your Scantron sheet. Question Answer 1.  According to constructivists, anarchy is: A: A natural fact
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B: A naturally occurring fact C: A natural social fact D: None of the above 2.  The difference between the British  School and social constructivism is:
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