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Comparative Politics is a compilation of resources aimed at building upon the foundation of political science at the 300-level by providing students with an in-depth examination of topics including political theory, development, democracy, authoritarianism, revolution, constitutional design, nationalism, race, ethnicity, and gender. A series of international case studies are provided at the conclusion of the chapters to demonstrate practical applications through an exploration of various nation-states. Course: POL 302
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Krift, A. (2020, January). Comparative politics. Lynn University Digital Press.
Introduction authored by Anna Krift.
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