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Intro Pol Science

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Intro Pol Science Polsc 110

Miss Carolina Hand
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Intro Politicl Sci as a Career
Ethan Bernick

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Intro Politicl Sci as a Career
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Date Created: 09/28/15
POLSC 110 Introduction to Political Science Exam 1 Study Guide Spring 2011 The information provided below should be used as a guide and not an exhaustive list of what is on and not on the exam However if you are comfortable with the information on the guide you should this is not a guarantee do well The exam will be multiple choice and truefalse and cover the first three topics we have discussed in class Good Luck 1 Science and Political Science Chalmers Reading Methods of Knowing i Why might science be seen as better than these alternative The Aim of Science How we view of science i Why the common view of science might be flawed 1 Seeing as believing 2 Facts before theory 3 Facts being reliable Inductive vs Deductive Falsification i The alternative to induction 7 99 739 2 Rationales for Government a Stone reading Why we have government i Know the different political values that shape government intervention 1 Equity 2 Efficiency 3 Security 4 Liberty b Also know market failures When is a market efficient Public Goods ii39 Monopolies iv Externalities Information Assymetry H H H H lt 3 Political Economy ampCollective Action Problems a Readings Include i Olson ii Shepsle and Bonchek iii Hardin iv McQuaid b You should be able to define the following terms 5quot i Collective Goods ii Collective Action problems 1 Be able to know the different types and be able to identify examples a Free riding b Prisoners dilemma c Tragedy of the Commons Indentify the principles that could be used to solve collective action problem 1 Be able to know the different types and be able to identify examples 2 Why small groups can make collective outcomes easier How do we provide public goods and why it is extremely hard for government to be successful


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