Comparative Government - POLITICAL SCIENCE RESEARCH GUIDE - LibGuides at University of RichmondAlthough the course focuses on specific countries, it also emphasizes an understanding of conceptual tools and methods that form a framework for comparing almost any governments that exist today. Additionally, it requires students to go beyond individual political systems to consider international forces that affect all people in the world, often in very different ways. The countries are chosen to reflect regional variations, but more importantly, to illustrate how important concepts operate both similarly and differently in different types of political systems: "advanced" democracies, communist and post communist countries, and newly industrialized and less developed nations. This book includes review materials for all six countries. Most people understand that the term government is a reference to the leadership and institutions that make policy decisions for the country.
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Political Campaigns. Oxford handbook of comparative politics by Carles Boix and Susan C. Stokes Call Number: JF O94 K27
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AP Comparative Government and Politics introduces students to the rich diversity of political life outside the United States. The course uses a comparative approach to examine the political structures; policies; and the political, economic, and social challenges among six selected countries: Great Britain, Mexico, Russia, Iran, China, and Nigeria. Additionally, students examine how different governments solve similar problems by comparing the effectiveness of approaches to many global issues. This is an introductory college-level course, meaning that the student must do a great portion of the work. Expect about hours of homework per week. Readings of forty-fifty pages or more per week will be a common occurrence. In addition, free-response questions short answer concept, conceptual analysis, and country context , essays, projects, research assignments, current events, and presentations will be assigned on a regular basis.