Oxford University Press, 2008 - Political Science - 786 pages
This major new textbook introduces students to one of the most important fields of political science. Written by key international experts, Comparative Politics includes a wide range of countries, and covers methods and theories; the nation-state and its insitutions; actors and processes; andpolicies. It also deals with recent changes such as globalisation and democratisation in Africa and the Middle East. The chapters are enhanced by innovative learning features, and a cutting-edge Online Resource Centre accompanies the text. Online Resource Centre Student resources:Interactive map with country profiles for a wide range of countriesReview questions, exercises and test bankExtra figures, tables, maps and documentationGlossary with comprehensive A-Z dictionary of key terms in comparative politics Instructor resources:PowerPoint slidesEssay and exam questionsMultiple choice questionsFigures and tables from the bookResources for research:Comparative data in different formats for around 200 countries and 200 indicatorsWeb directory of statistical, institutional and information resources
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