Credit Weight: 0.5 Description: The student is introduced to the study of the domestic institutions and processes of countries other than Canada. Themes may include: research methods and theories in comparative politics, political institutions such as the administrative, executive, legislative and judiciary branches of government, processes such as elections, decision-making, policy-making, political issues, behavior and culture, social cleavages and social movements. Area studies are drawn from the First, Second and Third Worlds. Offering: 3-0; or 3-0

Political Science 2339 Comparative Politics

Credit Weight: 0.5 Description: The student is introduced to the study of the domestic institutions and processes of countries other than Canada. Themes may include: research methods and theories in comparative politics, political institutions such as the administrative, executive, legislative and judiciary branches of government, processes such as elections, decision-making, policy-making, political issues, behavior and culture, social cleavages and social movements. Area studies are drawn from the First, Second and Third Worlds. Offering: 3-0; or 3-0




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