Atlas Resource Pages

… resources to supplement core Topics

Pages created on the Atlas to supplement material on the concept pages

For some topics it is useful to supplement the set of core concepts and terms (see Concepts and Terms) with additional material that does not fit naturally in the category of core concept, such as a summary of a pertinent article or a summary of an interesting online resource.

The Atlas resource pages created to date are listed under their topic in the table below.

Multiple Topics

Beyond Policy Analysis – Book Highlights

Comparing the Atlas with CliffsNotes

Concepts from First-year Courses most relevant to Internship

Concepts from Leadership and Communication most relevant to Implementation and Delivery

Discussion Group Resources

Khilola & Friends Must Reads

Electoral Systems and Democratic Reform

Heath’s Critique of the Democracy Deficit in Canada

Thomas’s Ten Thoughts on Electoral Reform

Aucoin, Jarvis, and Turnbull’s Reforms

Loat and MacMillan’s Reforms

Indigenous Governance

Indigenous Peoples – A Guide to Terminology

INAC’s Resources to Support Governance

Identifying Best Practices

OECD Advice on Implementation and Delivery

Modernizing Government

OECD Advice on Modernizing Government

The Study of the Socioeconomic Context for Politics and Policy

OECD Advice on Socioeconomic Context

The Study of International Relations, Forces, and Institutions

OECD Advice on Global Context

Diversity, Identity, and Rights

Sex and Gender Terms

Distinctions between Race, Ethnicity, Nationality, and Culture

Is Race “Real”? – A Social Science Research Council Web Forum

Women’s Rights and Men’s Rights Movements

Political Correctness, Populism, and Freedom of Speech

Jordan Peterson’s PC Game

The World Needs Inclusion Not Exclusion


Concepts for Case Competitions

Page created by: Ian Clark, last modified 4 May 2020.

Image: Atlas Springs Baptist Church, at, accessed on 2 February 2017.