Monday, December 18, 2017

FINAL EXAM NOTES / PS 3040


It's time for final exams. Below are blog posts with information that touch on lectures that I have given in my International Relations Theory class. For my students who are preparing for the final, remember these notes are supposed to help fill in the blanks, or jog your memory, and are in no way supposed to be final outlines for any one question.

Have fun, and good luck.
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FINAL EXAM: PART I

The Scientific Method
Science, according to Neil deGrasse Tyson ... click here.

The scientific method in the social sciences ... click here.

The scientific method 2.0 ... click here.

Why the scientific method is important ... click here.


Liberal Revolution, Treaties and Modernization Theory
From Liberal Revolution to failed development ... click here.

Soft power (sort of) ... click here.

Global treaties and the forces of cooperation over the millennium ... click here.

Developing Afghanistan and Iraq, it's mindless Modernization Theory, again ... click here.


FINAL EXAM: PART II

Blowback in the Middle East ... click here.

Blowback and the decline of the Bretton Woods system ... click here.

History whispering in our ear ... click here.

Is history whispering in our ear? When it comes to Greece, yes ... click here.

- Mark

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