POLI 110 SC - Introduction to Comparative Politics
This survey course introduces students to the field of comparative politics by investigating cross-national similarities and differences in politics, economies and societies through several illuminating empirical case studies and examines the strengths and weaknesses of comparative analysis as a methodological tool. Topics may include: the formation of states and nations; the evolution of democratic and non-democratic political regimes; political development and culture; the role of culture and religion in modern politics; policymaking; and modes of political participation and protest.
Course Credit: 1.0
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