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POL 203 notes of Feb.4

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POL 203 notes of Feb.4 POL 203

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Date Created: 02/07/15
Feb 4 Constructivist argue that state identities are constructed through socialization Based on the de nition of the term all but which of the following are likely agents of socialization the media elements of power educann public discourse government institutions mans When US PresidentJimmy Carter invited Palestinian and isreali leaders to camp david in 1978 to discuss a possible peace treaty this illustrate the concept of mediation citizen diplomacy arbitration anage shuttle diplomacy W009 The glori cation of war and military force and the structuring of society around war is known as the militaryindustrial complex national security militarism warrior cult structural violence W009 Negative Peace A focuses on the underlying reasons for war positive peace B is initiated by the aggressive party to the war C refers to proxy wars D refers to the temporary absence of war


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