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POLS 5634G - Seminar in Comparative Politics (3 Credit Hours)


Lecture Hours: 3 Lab Hours: 0
Provides an overview of the comparative method and theory building in comparative politics focusing on the macro-structural, rational choice, cultural and statist approaches. Furthermore, it analyzes various themes within Comparative Politics: political culture, regimes and regime transitions, elections and party systems, ethnicity and nationalism, political mobilization, revolution, civil wars and insurgencies. The topical focus is substantiated with relevant case studies, case comparisons and crosscase analysis to explore the diversity of the field and political processes across the world. Graduate students will complete additional course assignments and assessment instruments to meet graduate standards, as determined by the instructor.

Cross Listing(s): POLS 5634 , INTS 5634 , INTS 5634G.
Restriction(s): NO Undergraduate Level Students



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