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UK Public Policy Daniela Ganelin
Cultural Values Fair play Authority Tradition Privacy Individualism
Class Structure Elite Established middle class Technical middle class New affluent workers Traditional working class Emergent service workers Precariat, or precarious proletariat Calculator
General Condition PPP: $36,880 (US: $50,610) HDI: 26 th (tie with Luxembourg) Data explorer
Public Goods National Health Service Welfare state Benefits list Media
Government and Business Mixed-market economy Recession, debt, and unemployment
Environment Regulations for business Pollution EU involvement
Economic Relationship with EU Good or bad for UK? For EU? Trade European economy Euroscepticism
US Relationship Military partnership Balance with EU
Other Foreign Policy Syria? Foreign aid Commonwealth Japan
Population and Migration Overcrowding Illegal immigration
Religious and Ethnic Conflict Muslims – Sharia 2011 riots Catholics
Civil Liberties Religion Free speech – Internet Police “Nanny State”?
Education State vs. public/independent schools – Uniforms Mostly subsidized higher education
Other Social Issues Trend toward liberal attitudes and policies Cleavages based on class/education, gender, and religion Quiz
Chapter 2 Economic Systems You mean there is more than one?
Public Policy Sam Driggers, Larkin Stroud, Kate Lane, Davesha Murray.
Culture. Culture-the shared attitudes, knowledge and behaviors of a group – “Culture is all around you; it involves the way you think, feel and act” There.
The “Empire of Liberty”. American & National Identity (NAT) National identity and group identities (race, gender, class, ethnic, regional, etc.) Work,
Chapter 2: Industrialized Democracies. Industrialized Democracy – the richest countries with advanced economies and liberal states.
Unit 1: The Themes! Sovereignty, Authority, & Power Political Institutions Citizens, Society and the State Political & Economic Change Public.
Nigeria. Leader of Africa Most populous on continent = 140 million Largest oil reserves = 37 B barrels, 3 M barrels/day Largest economy = $600 B Great.
Chapter 7 Public Opinion. What is Public Opinion? How people think or feel about particular things. students in 1940 found that, while a small group.
Migration. Learning Objectives To understand what push and pull factors are. To be able to give 3 push factors for leaving source countries and 3 pull.
Part Four: Citizens, Society & the State “I was in civil society long before I was ever in politics or my husband was ever even elected president.” – Hillary.
Belgium, the Netherlands & Luxembourg Brian James.
Industrialized Democracies Modified from Mr. Carrodo’s website at
APUSH Themes Identity Work, exchange, and technology Peopling Politics and power America in the world Environment and geography – physical and human Ideas,
Origins and Definitions of International Society International society is an association of member states who not only interact across international.
Challenges in the Modern World. Factors affecting environment and society Economic development Rapid population growth Environmental challenges Pollution.
Marxism The Ultimate Reaction to Capitalism. I Origins of Marxism Industrial Revolution Invention: Steam Engine.
Historical Themes Historical themes teach students to think conceptually about the American past and focus on historical change over time.
Political Globalization. The Nation-State “Sovereign authority in a specified territory, with the right to use force both to maintain internal order and.
Unit 2: Political Ideology. Political Ideology One’s basic beliefs about power, political values, and the role of government Comes from your economical,
THE EUROPEAN UNION. THE EU How many countries are there in the EU?
Public and private in health, education and social services.
Migration Facts and theory. Migration 3 The typology migrants 1. Labour migrations 1.1. permanent settlement 1.2 temporary workers 1.3 circular migrations.
Review 1)What is a random sample? 2)What is saliency? 3)What is political socialization and what is the biggest factor that impacts it? 4)What is the gender.
Dr Maurice Mullard 6 November World Bank and UN argument that global is good for the poor World Bank yardstick of $1 a day to measure poverty.
Part 3: Citizens, Society & the State Spring 2015.
Combating Homophobia. Local Policies for Equality on the grounds of Sexual Orientation and Gender Identity. A European White Paper White Paper Presentation.
Chapter One Review Issues in Comparative Politics Tiananmen Square, Beijing China 1989.
Developing Countries Chapter 19. Goals & Objectives 1. Plight of developing countries. 2. Obstacles to development. 3. GNP among various countries. 4.
Dilemma? What dilemma? (Chap 15) SS Why is nationalism sometimes sacrificed in favour of internationalism How is nationalism sacrificed? What.
Human Rights. What are Human Rights? The rights that all people have by being human beings, whatever our nationality, place of residence, sex, national.
What should we do with the UK’s population? The OPTIONS; 1.Lower birth rates and immigration 2.Maintain a 2.1 fertility rate, have balanced migration 3.Free.
Chapter 6 North America and International Studies.
FIXING UNDERDEVELOPMENT: WHOSE FAULT IS UNDERDEVELOPMENT? It’s their own fault (modernization theory) Old explanations (“stages of devel” and and “primitive”
CHAPTER 4: American Political Culture AP US GOVERNMENT & POLITICS.
PUBLIC POLICY ISSUES LEGISLATIVE VOTE, EXECUTIVE DECISION, JUDICIAL RULINGS.
Political Socialization. Political socialization – The process through which an individual acquires his or her particular political orientations, including.
Dr Maurice Mullard Lecture 5. World Bank and UN argument that global is good for the poor World Bank yardstick of $1 a day to measure poverty – see.
The Concept of Imperialism Western Civ II ISMs Unit.
Political Socialization and Political Ideologies.
Political Culture & Political Ideologies Types of Political Culture Political Ideology.
Chapter 5. Nationalism – a sense of pride in and devotion to one’s country Pan-Africanism – called for unifying all of Africa – “Africa for the Africans”
Political and Economic Change AP COMPARATIVE GOVERNMENT.
Modern World Issues WHII.16. Migrations of refugees and others Refugees as an issue in international conflicts Migrations of “guest workers” to European.
NIGERIA Part 3: Citizens, Society & the State. Citizens, Society, and the State Necessary condition for democratization: citizens need to have time.
The German Marshall Fund of the United States Perspectives on Trade and Poverty Reduction Survey 2006 Brussels - 5 December 2006.
C h a p t e r o n e Economics: Foundations and Models.
Political Tolerance It’s existence is crucial to democratic government – Allows for free exchange of ideas – Allows to select leaders without oppression.
Political culture Bell Ringer: Explain the term political culture. Why is it important to examine political culture as well as political institutions and.
By: Eric Lin. Outline Welfare State Pension Welfare Education Policy Poverty Issues Civil Liberties, Rights, and Freedoms Environment Policy Management.
Future Regional Integration: Possible Trajectories Economic Cooperation Between China and South Asia -Hari Roka.
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