International Studies Exam Study Guide 2
International Studies Exam Study Guide 2 INTSTDS 3350
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International studies Exam 2 Study Guide Regime types Presidentialism PRES vs Parliamentarism PARL Different types of representative democracy Delegation Accountability These differ in how executive power is constituted Fused vs Separated power Pres US itself elected and separated from the authority of the assembly Parl UK subordinated to legislative assembly Hyb ds Not all systems t the PRESPARL dichotomy Most common Semi presidential o A president who is popularly elected 0 President has considerable constitutional authority 0 There exists also a prime minister and cabinet subject to the con dence of the assembly majority Prevalence Most western Europe Mediterranean former British colonies PARL Eastern Europe few W European semi PRES Americas PRES RoW no clear pattern Are parliamentary systems conducive to better political outcomes that presidential systems Why or why not This can approached from many different angles 0 Democratic Stability Policies 0 Good Governance Clientelism Conclusion PARL vs PRES is about executivelegislative relations Fused vs Seperated power PARL executive power is subordinated to legislative assembly fused powers PRES executive itself elected and separated from the authority of the assembly separated powers US 2 Revolutions in Western Europe 17851815 0 Political and Economic Political led government taxation individual rights and class power Led to the French Revolution 0 Economic was techniques of manufacture formation of capital and distribution of product Led to England Industrial Revolution 0 The Industrial Rev was more important Industrial Revolution 0 Vienna Congress 1815 European conservatism wins Industrialization started in 1780 and they were against conservative forces Weakens monarchs and landed aristocrat39s control IR in Britain 0 Work Done before with hand tools and after was done by machines 0 Power Human or animal muscles From energy we found in steam electricity from combustion of gases Why England High mobility markets and capital resources pop Growth Laissez Faire Ideologies Features Critique of existing order Vision of future society and theory of political change Classic Ideologies Liberalism Conservatism Socialism Nationalism Anarchism New 0 Feminism Ecologism Postmodernism Multiculturalism Liberty Equality Order LEO L Liberalism Liberty E Socialism Equability O Conservatism Order Liberalism Core Values Liberty Individualism Freedom Rationalism Justice Toleration Conservatism Core Order Tradition Human Imperfection Organic Society Hierarchy and Authority Property Socialsim Equality Community Cooperation Class politics Common ownership Left CommunismSocialism Liberalism Conservatism Fascism Absolutism Liberalism French Rev Conservatism French Occupation Nationalism Industrial Revolution Socialism
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