Social Studies 11

Topics: Canada, Quebec, World War II Pages: 24 (4178 words) Published: May 13, 2013
I. Canadian Identity
A. Defined by:
i. Nationality
ii. Ethnicity
iii. Culture
iv. History
v. Family/Friends
vi. Location
vii. Experience
viii. Interests
B. What creates national identity?
ix. Cultural industry: produce cultural products
x. Cultural products: movies, films, textbook, music, artwork, dance… etc. xi. Cultural Nationalism: belief that a certain identity (culture) is good. Thus, it should be protected. C. Influence of technology

xii. Technology: bring different cultures together. 1. Mass media=massive media
D. Multiculturalism
xiii. Was answer to Canada
2. French and English Euro-Canadians
3. Aboriginal Canadians
4. African Canadians
5. Indo Canadians
6. Chinese Canadians
II. Government
E. Political spectrum
xiv. Ideology
7. Left: Equality
8. Right: Freedom
9. Middle: Liberal

F. Executive
xv. Party Discipline: 당의균율
i. Ability of a parliamentary group of a political party to get its members to support the policies of their party. xvi. Cabinet
10. Ministers of crown
11. Selected/ appointed by Prime Minister
xvii. Cabinet Solidarity
12. Mutual agreement and support of policy decisions shared by cabinet ministers xviii. Public service
xix. Governor general
13. Holds power when prime minister does not call election after 5 years xx. Prime minister
14. Leader of the political party that got the most votes xxi. Party whip
15. Member of political party
16. Makes sure that all members of party know what they should vote on xxii. Backbencher
17. Members of parliament
* Seats behind
G. Legislative Branch
xxiii. Patronage: 후원, 지원
xxiv. Senate
18. Senate reform
* Triple E :
ii. Equality
iii. Elected
iv. Effective
19. “sober second thought”
20. Represent provinces
* Rep by region
21. Assigned by governor general
* Chosen by prime minister
* Expensive
22. House of Common
* Members of parliament
23. Caucus: 간부회의, 회의
24. Session: 개정기간
25. Official opposition
* Second greatest political party in House of Common 26. Amend
27. Repeal: 폐지하다
xxv. Federalism
28. Federal system
* Canada: united but no-one wanted to give up their powers v. Federal government
29. Provincial government
* Small town/ city’s government
30. Territorial government
* Given the power by federal government
* Power can be taken away by federal government at anytime 31. Residual power: 정부의 잔여 권한
32. Equalization Payment
H. Parliament
xxvi. Branches of government
33. Executive branch
34. Legislative branch
35. Judicial branch
xxvii. Type of government
36. Monarchy
37. Democracy
38. Republic
39. Dictatorship
40. Plutocracy
41. Theocracy
42. Oligarchy
43. Anarchy
I. Canada= Constitutional Monarchy
xxviii. Current: Queen Elizabeth II
44. Represented by Governor General
45. Both Queen and Governor General has symbolic power only xxix. Also has constitution
J. Electoral Process and...
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