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Internatl Relations

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Internatl Relations PSCI 2500

Destin Paucek
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Date Created: 09/30/15
Exam III Study Guide PSCI 2500 Spring 2011 50 Multiple choice questions 20 De nitions 30 Long and short essays De nitions Ten wordsterms will be given from the following list You will have to select 5 from the list Each de nition is worth 4 points Be sure to include a a clear precise de nition b reference to the larger context ie the signi cance for international relations and c a real world example of the concept or term 20 points International political economy Derivative market Devaluation Fixed exchange rates globalization of production Nondiscrimination Mercantilism economic sanctions infant industry Asylum human development index genocide ethnocentrism Scarcity tragedy of the commons Acid rain sustainable development greenhouse effect Humanitarian intervention population implosion Short Answer Two questions will be given from the following list and you will have to answer one 10 points 1 What steps does Al Gore in his lmAn 39 Truth 39 that 39 quot 39 39 39 can take to help reduce global warming 2 What are the ve categories of human rights 3 Compare and contrast the ve primary differences between liberalism and mercantilism 4 Describe the youth bulge and explain its impact on states Essay Two questions will be given from the following list and you will have to answer one 20 points 1 Does globalization mean the end of the age of states Write an essay in which you explore this question citing examples of how globalization has eroded state power and ways in which the state is still a viable entity in international relations 2 During a meeting of the World Trade Organization antiWTO activists descended upon the trade talks in Seattle WA Why were the protestors there What were their complaints Were they justi ed Write an essay in which you decide whether the World Trade Organization is a iend or foe 3 Explain the causes of the global food crisis Which do you think is the most signi cant contributor How would you address these issues What role can domestic governments play What role can international agencies play Examine how realists liberals and constructivists would solve this problem 4 Gender empowerment is based on the conviction that only when women are given full rights and equal protection can true human development take place Discuss the ways in which women are marginalized in many societies Why is it so dif cult to change attitudes towards women Discuss differences in treatment of women in different parts of the world


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