POLS1301 - Introduction to Political Concepts • Take House Examination - Due Date: 08 Jun 21 9:00AM – 11:59PM Job Description: - The Take House Examination is designed to evaluate your information of—and significant engagement with—the complete vary of concepts studied within the course. - It is going to encompass a mixture of short-answer questions (150-250 phrases) and a brief essay (600 phrases). Approximate phrases required for every query can be indicated on the examination paper. • Half A: 5 Quick Reply Questions 200 phrases; four marks every • Half B: 1 Quick Essay Query 500 phrases; 10 marks • There is no such thing as a expectation you do unbiased analysis past the core course content material, which incorporates Heywood (2017). • When you do use one other supply, you have to reference it. FOR EXAMPLE: Query: What's the distinction between socialist and liberal views of equality? (200 phrases; four marks) The Temporary Reply: “Liberal concepts are based mostly in equality of freedom and rights; Socialist concepts are based mostly on social and materials equality.” (20 phrases) The Full Reply: Would clarify the important thing phrases, in unique phrases, to point out you actually perceive what all which means. It could given a substantive query to the query. EXAM QUESTIONS: Half A – 200 phrases every - Quick Reply Questions; four marks every 1. What are the defining options of a Republic? 2. What, if something, is there to Conservatism aside from reactionary pragmatism? three. What's patriarchal oppression; what may a liberal, socialist, and conservative response be to it? four. What's the distinction between anthropocentric and non-anthropocentric environmentalism; do animals and rocks have intrinsic worth? 5. Thought of as ideologies, what are the variations between Fascism and Nationalist Populism? Half B – 500 phrases Quick Essay Query; 10 marks 6. What's for an individual to be politically free? (Your dialogue ought to incorporate a crucial dialogue of no less than 4 concepts of political liberty which have been mentioned within the course.)