Cases in Comparative Politics

Cases in Comparative Politics


  • Release: 2015-06-03
  • Publisher: W. W. Norton & Company
  • Price: FREE
  • File: PDF, 864 page
  • ISBN: 9780393937541
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Cases in Comparative Politics , fifth edition, is a set of thirteen country studies that describe politics in the United Kingdom, the United States, India, Brazil, Iran, France, Germany, Japan, Russia, China, Mexico, South Africa and Nigeria. This casebook applies the conceptual framework developed in the core textbook, Essentials of Comparative Politics , across countries with a consistent organisation that integrates concepts and cases, facilitates comparison and aids understanding.

Cases in Comparative Politics

Cases in Comparative Politics


  • Release: 2010
  • Publisher: W W Norton & Company Incorporated
  • Price: FREE
  • File: PDF, 595 page
  • ISBN: 0393933776
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A set of thirteen country studies that applies the conceptual framework developed in Essentials of Comparative Politics.

Cases and Concepts in Comparative Politics

Cases and Concepts in Comparative Politics


  • Release: 2017-11
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  • File: PDF, 864 page
  • ISBN: 0393631303
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"Based on O'Neil, Fields, and Share's market-leading textbook and casebook, Cases and Concepts in Comparative Politics: An Integrated Approach integrates concepts and cases in one volume. Students get all of the materials in a straightforward, easy-to-use, and cost-effective way. Every conceptual chapter of the text adds robust examples from cases and connects them with just-learned concepts. The authors also integrate 13 minicases, all drawn from O'Neil, Fields, and Share's #1 selling casebook, Cases in Comparative Politics. These cases have been abridged to focus students on key concepts and thus foster better comparison between countries. This approach to integration proves seamless, logical, and easy to use" --

Introducing Comparative Politics

Introducing Comparative Politics


  • Release: 2018-01-02
  • Publisher: CQ Press
  • Price: FREE
  • File: PDF, 464 page
  • ISBN: 9781506385709
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Introducing Comparative Politics: The Essentials is organized thematically around the essential questions in comparative politics—Who rules? What explains political behavior? Where and why? Adapted from the authors’ Introducing Comparative Politics, Fourth Edition, The Essentials version offers the same framework for understanding comparative politics in a briefer format. Instructors have greater flexibility in teaching the course because this version of Stephen Orvis and Carol Ann Drogus’ best-seller does not include extended case studies. Loaded with contemporary examples and up-to-date research, this streamlined text helps students engage with the critical issues shaping global politics today. KEY FEATURES: Chapter-opening key questions help you focus on the key issues as you are reading. The chapters sometimes provide conclusive answers to the key questions, but more often they show you different ways the questions can be answered or approached. Multiple “In Context” features in every chapter illustrate basic data about the chapter topics so you can set that idea into a comparative (and sometimes provocative) context. Critical Inquiry features highlight methodological issues in comparative politics, providing a gateway for empirical study and analysis. More than a hundred full color tables, figures, and maps help you visualize comparative data and better understand concepts. End-of-chapter lists of key concepts with page references are included to help you easily study and review the concepts, and a list of works cited and list of important print and electronic references offer you resources for further research.

Issues and Methods in Comparative Politics

Issues and Methods in Comparative Politics


  • Release: 2003
  • Publisher: Psychology Press
  • Price: FREE
  • File: PDF, 292 page
  • ISBN: 041527270X
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Explores the importance of comparative politics, discusses different comparative methods, investigates the big issues of today and looks forward to the key challenges for comparative politics over the next century.