Politics

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Palgrave, 2002 - Political Science - 453 pages
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"Politics" is a new kind of politics textbook. Stimulating, succinct and accessible, it offers a truly comprehensive introduction to the study of politics, written from an international perspective. This second edition takes full account of new developments such as debates about globalization, the impact of the mass media, and the shift from government to governance. It also includes new boxed material on major thinkers and key concepts.

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This is a must read for all political science majors. It always gives the two sides of a topic and is very comprehensive. It could be titled Politics for Dummies.

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Andrew Heywood is Director of Studies and Course Director for Politics at Orpington College.

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