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Comparative Politics: An Introduction

Comparative Politics: An Introduction

1st Edition
By Joseph Klesner
Copyright: 2014
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ISBN10: 0073526436 | ISBN13: 9780073526430

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PART ONE CONCEPTS AND CRITICAL THINKING

1. Comparative Politics

2. Critical Thinking about Politics

3. The State and Its Institutions

4. States and Nations

5. Democracy: What is it?

6. Democracy: How Does It Work?

7. Democracy: What Does It Take?

8. Political Participation

9. Political Culture

10. Ideology

11. Political Economy

12. The Politics of Development

PART TWO COUNTRY STUDIES

13. The United Kingdom of Great Britain and Northern Ireland

14. France

15. Germany

16. Russia

17. China

18. Mexico and Brazil

19. Nigeria and South Africa

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