POL 102 Political Processes in Canada

An introduction to Canadian politics, this course is based on the assumption that an understanding of the processes of Canadian government is especially important for those who anticipate a career in Social Work. In particular, the course introduces the central components of the political process, including political parties, elections, the media and polling, and pressure/interest groups. Contemporary issues in Canadian politics such as gender, race, region, and Aboriginality will also be discussed. (Formerly POL 27B) (POL 101 and 102 are equivalent to POL 27A/B). Tut: 1 hr./ Lect: 2 hrs. Antirequisites: POG 110, POL332, PPA 120 Course Weight: 1.00 Billing Units: 1

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