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Comparative Politics: An Institutional and Cross-National Approach (5th Edition) e-book

Author:

Gregory Mahler

Language:

English

Category:

Politics

Subcategory:

Politics & Government

ePub size:

1266 kb

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Rating:

4.3

Publisher:

Pearson; 5 edition (July 26, 2007)

Pages:

456

ISBN:

0136155561

Comparative Politics: An Institutional and Cross-National Approach (5th Edition) e-book

by Gregory Mahler


Principles of Comparative Politics.

Principles of Comparative Politics. This emphasis on political institutions, combined with the cross-national perspective of this volume, gives students both the tools and the perspective to undertake a meaningful cross-national introduction to the political world in which they must operate. I would like to again acknowledge the assistance and encouragement of the outstanding professionals at Prentice Hall who have been associated with this undertaking.

It features both a cross-national approach which focuses helping students develop develop a comparative understanding of the types of. .0870736833 (ISBN13: 9780870736834)

It features both a cross-national approach which focuses helping students develop develop a comparative understanding of the types of institutions (. constitutions, executives, legislatures, political parties, et. -as well as a country-by-country approach that examines those institutions within the contexts of eight different countries. This approach allows students to develop the ability to look how all the pieces fit together in various countries. 0870736833 (ISBN13: 9780870736834).

Comparative Politics : An Institutional and Cross-National Approach.

Mahler, Gregory . 1950-. Comparative government. Englewood Cliffs, . 2nd ed. External-identifier. urn:acs6:hl:pdf:2c0-b40a5d417757 urn:acs6:hl:epub:41a-897bd56c0087.

Alone among textbooks on comparative politics, Greg Mahler’s Principles of Comparative Politics combines a sweeping and up-to-date .

Alone among textbooks on comparative politics, Greg Mahler’s Principles of Comparative Politics combines a sweeping and up-to-date overview of the field with incisive and detailed studies of eight themes and eight countries. It’s an ideal introductory text, giving students both theoretical context and country-specific understanding. Ronald Rogowski, University of California-Los Angeles.

Gregory Mahler, Earlham College. For evel courses in Comparative Politics, World Politics, as well as Introduction to Politics with a comparative focus.

Gregory S. Mahler is an American political scientist with a general interest in comparative politics, and more specific interests in legislatures and constitutionalism. Mahler completed his undergraduate studies at Oberlin College and received his . degrees from Duke University. Mahler taught political science at the University of Vermont for 12 years, then moved to the University of Mississippi where he served as Chair of the Political Science Department

Comparative politics is the study of comparing different countries and units in a systematic manner. It encompasses broad and diverse issues such as political regimes, institutions, degrees of democracy and democratization, political economy, social movements, and political violence.

Comparative politics is the study of comparing different countries and units in a systematic manner. As such, it is a rich and varied field that cannot be accurately characterized on the basis of just one dimension or topic

International Standard Book Number. an institutional and cross-national approach, Gregory S. Mahler. Subject added entry - Topical term.

International Standard Book Number. Comparative politics : an institutional and cross-national approach, Gregory S. 4th ed. Publication, distribution etc. Upper Saddle River, . Prentice Hall, c2003.

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For freshman/sophomore-level courses in Comparative Politics, World Politics, as well as Introduction to Politics with a comparative focus.

Written in aclear, jargon-free style,Comparative Politics emphasizes political institutions and behavior—rather than on abstract conceptual frameworks. This approach makes the text more accessible to introductory students than most other texts on comparative politics. It features both a cross-national approach which focuses helping students develop develop a comparative understanding of the types of institutions (e.g., constitutions, executives, legislatures, political parties, etc.)—as well as a country-by-country approach that examines those institutions within the contexts of eight different countries. This approachallows students to develop the ability to look how all the “pieces” fit together in various countries.


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