Middlebury

PSCI 0286

Authoritarian Politics

Authoritarian Politics
The purpose of this course is to examine the characteristics and dynamics of non-democratic regimes. First, we will define autocracy and consider different forms of authoritarianism and how their leaders come into power. Next, we will investigate why some authoritarian regimes are able to sustain their rule while others collapse. Finally, we will explore how citizens of these regimes bolster, comply with, or revolt against their governments. Throughout the course, adopting a comparative standpoint, we will draw on various country cases. (Comparative Politics)/
Subject:
Political Science
Department:
Political Science
Division:
Social Sciences
Requirements Fulfilled:
CMP CW SOC

Sections

Fall 2019

PSCI0286A-F19 Lecture (Teets)

Fall 2018

PSCI0286A-F18 Lecture (Teets)

Fall 2017

PSCI0286A-F17 Lecture (Teets)

Spring 2016

PSCI0286A-S16 Lecture (Chan)