Graduate Course Code: POL2103H1S L0101
Topics in Canadian Politics II
Identities and Elections: Canada in Comparative Perspective
This course will examine the link between social identities and political behaviour. Multiple kinds of identities will be examined, including ethnic, gender, national, and party identities, among others. These identities affect politics and public opinion, and are in turn influenced by political events and social context. The course will draw on political science and social-psychology research from both Canada and other countries.
PLEASE NOTE: POL491/POL2103H1S is dual delivery, online synchronous.
Format and Requirements
One two-hour seminar per week. Course requirements TBA.
POL214Y1 or POL214Y5 or POLB50Y3 or POL224Y1 and 1.0 POL credit in Canadian Politics. See Department's website for POL courses by area group: http://politics.utoronto.ca/undergraduate/courses/fallwinter-timetable/