|1.||Discuss the relationship between political philosophies and ideologies and political events;|
|2.||Examine political concepts and apply them in the examination of contemporary events;|
|3.||Locate primary and secondary materials and review their content as it relates to political concepts and events; and|
|4.||Articulate their ideas and arguments precisely and concisely in a range of settings and forms.|
|Assignment||First thoughts (500 words)||15%|
|Assignment||Key components paper (1000 words)||30%|
|Assignment||Analysis paper (500 words)||40%|
|Other||Online quizzes x5 (3 marks each)||15%|
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