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Intro to Comparative Politics
Discussion-PSCI 0103A

Introduction to Comparative Politics
This course offers an introduction to the comparative study of political systems and to the logic of comparative inquiry. How are different political systems created and organized? How and why do they change? Why are some democratic and others authoritarian? Why are some rich and others poor? Other topics covered in this course include nationalism and political ideologies, forms of representation, the relationship between state institutions and civil society, and globalization. The goal in this course is to use comparative methods to analyze questions of state institutions -- how they arise, change, and generate different economic, social, and political outcome. 3 hrs. lect./disc. (Comparative Politics)
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All Sections in Fall 2013

Fall 2013

PSCI0103A-F13 Lecture (Horning)
PSCI0103B-F13 Lecture (Lewis)
PSCI0103U-F13 Discussion (Horning)
PSCI0103V-F13 Discussion (Horning)
PSCI0103W-F13 Discussion (Horning)
PSCI0103X-F13 Discussion (Lewis)
PSCI0103Y-F13 Discussion (Lewis)
PSCI0103Z-F13 Discussion (Lewis)