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SCS1150: Introduction to Studying the Social Sciences Final Exam Review Prof. N. Abu-Zahra 2011
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Overview 1. Course components 2. Exam structure 3. Practice questions – Short answer (or multiple choice) 4. Practice questions – Long answer
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1. COURSE COMPONENTS
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Preparation Form a study group Notes from classes Including guest speaker and presentations Notes online Crossley, Mamdani, Pratt et al., Klein, Brockington, and Zamindar Create and answer practice questions
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Part 1: Social Movements and Community 1. Social movements and human rights (Crossley 2002) [notes online] 2. Protection (Mamdani 2009, Bricmont 2009, ICISS 2001) [notes online] 3. Family (Pratt et al. 2008) [notes online] 4. Labour (Klein 2000) http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=y6gzC1oN35Y http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=IqjrtLpuhog
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Part 2: Resources and Dignity 5. Environment (Wekerle 2001) 6. Land (Brockington 2002) [notes online] Guest speaker: Nelly Bassily of Farm Radio http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=lLdVqVK8QB8 5. Inclusion (CCAAC 2004, Hanvey 2002) 6. Justice (Amnesty 2010, Amnesty 2007)
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Part 3: Freedoms and Restrictions 9. Asylum (Zamindar 2007) [notes online] 10. Association (Panitch and Swartz 2006) Guest speaker: Peter Denley of the Canadian Union of Postal Workers 11. Mobility (Koopman 2006, Wright 2006, Sundberg 2006) http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=W1Du_Nx9DeU http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=OEec3IjVnuM
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