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INTL 3300: Introduction to Comparative Politics Maymester 2013 Instructor: Megan Lounsbury Miller Learning Center: Room 245 Monday - Friday: 11:00 . New York: McGraw-Hill Higher Education, 2008. Office Hours: Wednesdays, 1:45 2:45 .
This Comparative politics course is a direct successor of that course .
This Comparative politics course is a direct successor of that course, although it is significantly updated in some areas. Professor Philip is a professor of Latin American politics and has done his best to make sure that the reading covers Latin America as well as the more widely known regions of Western Europe and North America. Bill Kissane taught the ‘Introduction to comparative politics’ course at LSE for many years. The aim of the course was to give MSc students a grounding in comparative politics.
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A key aim to the book is to introduce and understand representative democracy as a political process and contemporary system of governance in need of constant attention and scrutiny
Comparative Politics covers the study of political experience within more than one nation-state for the . Within comparative politics, there are two main approaches, the cross-national approach and the area studies approach.
Comparative Politics covers the study of political experience within more than one nation-state for the purpose of making systematic comparisons. The cross-national approach involves the simultaneous study of a large number of nation-states to address particular theoretical questions of broad applicability, and the tools normally involve quantitative analysis of empirical data.