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Political Science 2 

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Professor Paul M. Flor

Introduction to Comparative Politics


Course Information:

In this course students will analyze political systems of different countries in a comparative context. Emphasis will be placed on studying the differences and similarities of governmental systems found in developed democratic nation-states. Developing countries, regional systems, and new democracies will also be analyzed to illustrate the complex nature of creating and maintaining a functioning nation-state system.

Assignment Due Dates:

Mapping Exercise:          

Current Event quizzes:     

Country Research Project: 

Online Exercises: Chapter 8 multiple choice & true/false
Chapter 9 multiple choice & true/false
                           Chapter 10 multiple choice & true/false
Chapter 11 multiple choice & true/false
Chapter 12 multiple choice & true/false
                           Chapter 13 multiple choice & true/false

                                                     
The Final exam is.  Answers must be email.  Click here for the exam.

 

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Course Lectures:

          Chapter           Chapter            Chapter 
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Online Resources:

        www.un.org
 www.defenselink.mil
        www.nato.int
 www.state.gov
        www.europa.eu.int
 www.terrorism.com
        www.irtheory.com 
 www.wfm.org
        www.imf.org 
 www.opec.org
        www.hrw.org
 www.amnesty.org

              www.cia.gov/cia/publications/factbook/index.html
              www.transparency.org
              www.blupete.com/Literature/Biographies/Philosophy/Malthus.htm 
2008 UN Human Development Indices
              Human Development World Maps
              Human Development Indices rankings

 
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