POL S 300 Courses

POL S 302 TOPICS IN POLITICAL THOUGHT *3 (3-0-0)

A variable content course, which may be repeated if topics vary. Prerequisite: POL S 210 or consent of Department.

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W16 Cancelled LEC B1 TR 1400 - 1520
W16 91441 LEC B2 TR 1400 - 1520 T 11 11 David Kahane

POL S 305 CONTEMPORARY POLITICAL THEORY *3 (3-0-0)

Focuses on struggles over citizenship, the self, and social justice through the work of theorists like Arendt, Beauvoir, Freud, Fanon, Foucault, Rawls, and Tully. Prerequisite: POL S 210 or 211 or 212 or consent of Department.

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F15 66430 LEC A1 MWF 1300 - 1350 T B 70 Catherine Kellogg

POL S 321 - The Politics of Health Care in Canada I *1.5 (18 hours)

The development of Canada’s health care system, its legislative and philosophical grounds, as well as financing and delivery. Note: Open only to students in the Faculty of Nursing. Not open to students with credit in SC PO 320.

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F15 52676 LEC A1 F 0800 - 1050 CS 2 193 John Church

POL S 322 - The Politics of Health Care in Canada II *1.5 (18 hours)

Current stresses in the health care system such as challenges to universality; alternative health delivery system from a comparative perspective. Note: Open only to students in the Faculty of Nursing. Not open to students with credit in SC PO 321. Prerequisite: POL S 321.

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77508 LEC B1 F 0800 - 1050 ED N2 115 John Church
W16   LEC B2 0800-1050     

POL S 326 CANADIAN HEALTH POLITICS *3 (3-0-0)

Examines major health care issues and the interaction of the key ideas, institutions and interests that shape the Canadian health care system. Prerequisite: POL S 220 or consent of Department.

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W16 87910 LEC B1 TR 1230 - 1350 T B 81 John Church

POL S 327 ABORIGINAL PEOPLES AND POLITICS IN CANADA *3 (3-0-0)

This course is an examination of different historical and contemporary issues associated with Aboriginal politics. Prerequisite: One of POL S 220, NS 110 or 111.

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F15 59862 LEC A1 TR 0930 -1050 T 1 90 Isabel Altamirano-Jiminez

POL S 328 MANAGING MODERN GOVERNMENT *3 (3-0-0)

Topics include government organization and administration, budgets, policy making, and democratic control and accountability. The focus is on Canada, but other countries are also considered. Prerequisite: POL S 220 or 230 or consent of Department.

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W16 87912 LEC B1 TR 1100 - 1220 T 1 5 Reza Hasmath

POL S 333 ECOLOGY & POLITICS *3 (3-0-0)

This course examines different approaches to understanding the links between politics, society and ecology. Prerequisites: POL S 230 or 240 or consent of Department.

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F15 66355 LEC A1 TR 1100 - 1220 T 1 5 Laurie Adkin

POL S 334 NORTH AMERICAN POLITICS *3 (3-0-0)

Comparative study of political institutions of Canada, Mexico, and the United States, and their interaction with NAFTA. Prerequisite: POL S 230 or 240 or 260 or consent of Department.

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F15 57550 LEC A1 MWF 1100 - 1150 T B 113 Julian Castro-Rea

POL S 350 THE POLITICS OF GENDER *3 (3-0-0)

Relationships between gender, politics and power. From ballot box to bedroom to boardroom, how political and social institutions shape and are shaped by the categories of gender and sex. Prerequisite: Any of the 200-level POL S core courses or consent of Department.

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F15 66282 LEC A2 W 1300 - 1550 T 1 90 Isabel Altamirano-Jiminez
W16 90658 LEC B1 MWF 900 - 0950 T 1 90 Siobhan Byrne

POL S 354 TOPICS IN COMPARATIVE POLITICS *3 (3-0-0)

The focus of this course changes yearly to reflect current issues in comparative politics and faculty research interests. Information about the specific topics can be obtained from the Department. A variable content course, which may be repeated if topics vary. Prerequisite: POL S 230 or 240 or consent of Department.

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W16 91599 LEC B2 TR 0930 - 1050 T B 90 David Wineroither
W16 91600 LEC B3 TR 1230 - 1350 T 1 90 David Wineroither

POL S 359 TOPICS IN INTERNATIONAL POLITICS *3 (3-0-0)

This course examines contemporary controversies in international politics. Information about specific topics are available from the Department. A variable content course, which may be repeated if topics vary. Prerequisite: POL S 260 or consent of Department.

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W16 91674 LEC B4 TR 0930 - 1050 T B 108 Malinda Smith
W16 92329 LEC B5 M CANCELLED

POL S 360 POLITICS OF INTERNATIONAL DEVELOPMENT *3 (3-0-0)

The theories that shape international development, and the actors and institutions involved. Prerequisite: One of POL S 230, 240, 260, or consent of Department.

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W16 91214 LEC B1 TR 0930 - 1050 T 1 105 Jennifer Hsu

POL S 364 INTRO TO INTERNATIONAL POLITICAL ECONOMY *3 (3-0-0)

This course provides an introduction to the ideas, institutions, and forces which are shaping the new international political economy. It examines the politics of trading blocks such as NAFTA and the EU, North-South relations, and the interactions of markets and states in the global economy. Prerequisite: POL S 230 or 240 or 260.

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F15 59916 LEC A1 MWF 0900 - 0950 BUS 1 09 Greg Anderson
W16 85004 LEC B1 TR 1400 - 1520 T 1 105 Boniface Mgonja

POL S 370 POLITICS OF THE EUROPEAN UNION *3 (3-0-0)

An examination of European Union institutions, processes, politics, and policy issues. Prerequisite: POL S 230 or 240 or 260 or consent of Department.

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F15 66617 LEC A2 TR 1230 - 1350 T B 90 Lori Thorlakson

POL S 375 POLITICS OF EAST ASIA *3 (3-0-0)

A comprehensive introduction to East Asian politics in the postwar period, covering Greater China (Mainland, Taiwan and Hong Kong), Japan and the two Koreas. Prerequisite: POL S 240 or East Asian Studies Major/ Minor or consent of Department.

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F15 65771 LEC A1 TR 1100 - 1220 T 1 96 Jennifer Hsu

POL S 391 CANADIAN POLITICAL PARTIES *3 (3-0-0)

Topics include party systems; ideologies and programs, members and supporters, organization and resources, and electoral and governmental activities. Prerequisite: POL S 220 or consent of Department.

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F15 57554 LEC A1 TR 1400 - 1520 T 1 119 Steve Patten

POL S 399 THIRD-YEAR HONORS SEMINAR *3 (3-0-0)

Research design and research methods for Political Science Honors Students. Note: Restricted to Honors Students in Third Year or those with consent of Department.

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W15 79600 LEC B1 F 1300 - 1550 HC 2 34 Linda Trimble