POL101 Midterm 1 v3

POL101 Midterm 1 v3 - POL 101 World Politics Fall 2011 Midterm#1 Stony Brook ID in the table below Please write down your answers in the Your

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POL 101 World Politics. Fall 2011. Midterm #1. Stony Brook ID in the table below: Please, write down your answers in the “Your answer” column. THE TEST IS “CLOSED EVERYTHI±G” Your answer Question (1 point each) E According to constructivism, state actors’ preferences are: a. always selfish b. always altruistic c. always strategic d. always naïve e. none of the above D The Thirty Years’ Crisis (1914-1944) was caused by an increase in power of this country: a. Russia b. United States c. China d. Germany e. Israel B Which of the following is NOT based upon the theory of realism: a. Hegemonic Stability theory b. Collective security c. Security dilemma d. Balance of power B “Democratic Peace Theory” is a product of: a. realism b. liberalism c. constructivism d. containment e. mercantilism A What is common between realism and liberalism: a. self-interested actors b. focus on relative gains c. importance of law d. value of democracy A What is different between liberalism and constructivism: a. actors’ preferences b. role of norms c. view of the world as anarchy d. focus on relative gains A Which of the following is MOST close to being a positive theory? a. realism b. liberalism c. idealism d. constructivism C Which of the following is MOST close to being a normative theory? a. realism b. liberalism c. idealism d. constructivism C In what aspect does neorealism differ from realism? a. security b. role of norms c. world structure d. relative gains e. dominance solution D In what aspect does neoliberalism differ from liberalism? a. pursuit of wealth
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This note was uploaded on 12/06/2011 for the course POL 101 taught by Professor Sekercioglu during the Fall '08 term at SUNY Stony Brook.

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POL101 Midterm 1 v3 - POL 101 World Politics Fall 2011 Midterm#1 Stony Brook ID in the table below Please write down your answers in the Your

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