3 edition of Political science on the Internet 1999-2000 found in the catalog.
Political science on the Internet 1999-2000
Andrew T. Stull
|Statement||Andrew T. Stull, adapted for political science by James A. Puetz.|
|Contributions||Puetz, James A.|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||100 p. :|
|Number of Pages||100|
Seminar on Multiculturalism in Comparative Perspective] 1 Same as Africana Studies This seminar explores the political significance of cultural diversity. I anticipate that the Norwegian media will persecute and undermine the Progress Party for my earlier involvement in the organisation. Shanleyb, Peter G. Alan Abramowitz, Alben W. E-Commerce Group was terminated in while most of the funds were channelled in an "unorthodox manner" to Norway available to the coming intellectual and subsequent operations phase. Sign Upit unlocks many cool features!
The content of seminars can vary from year to year depending upon inter—ests of students and instructors. Examines disputes surrounding such concepts as equality, liberty, reverse discrimination, autonomy, privacy, and citizenship, and may utilize classic texts as well as contemporary writings. The American Presidency] 1 An analysis of the American presidency, with emphasis on recent presidents. Optional Senior Thesis A 1-unit thesis, written in the fall semester. Political Theory 1 An introduction to the nature, types, and problems of political theory.
Political Analysis] 1 A study of the methods for collecting quantitative and qualitative data in political science. The course also explores movements for socially sustainable development and citizenship rights on the part of non—governmental organizations and networks. Our case studies are rich and diverse, spanning actors and geographic regions, yet we consciously draw comparisons across the cases concerning movements' origins, the context of power relations and political positioning within society. Legacies of Violence] 1 A comparative analysis of the legacies of political violence for both democratic and democratizing regimes. Legacies expressed through "formal" political institutions i.
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Drawing primarily from cases in the Third World, we examine: 1 how governments and societies address systematic violations of human rights of their pasts; 2 organized insurgency and counterinsurgency response; and 3 extremely high levels of violence as an every day social phenomenon.
Readings include works about the government of Native American peoples, Spanish and English colonial rule, the U. The aim was to provide for the EU member states 1 an overview of the level of e-democracy of the political parties and parliaments and 2 relevant e-democratic practices.
Prerequisite: by permission only of instructor. Students are expected to do substantial directed reading in theoretical material specifically related to the field placement prior to or in conjunction with the field experience; to develop in consultation with a faculty supervisor a set of questions based on the theoretical reading to guide the field observations; to submit a written report relating the theoretical reading to the field observations or, in lieu of a report and at the option of the department, to take a final oral examination administered by two faculty members.
American Politics Seminars [ Students are expected to do substantial directed reading in theoretical material specifically related to the field placement prior to or in conjunction with the field experience; to develop in consultation with a faculty supervisor a set of questions based on the theoretical reading to guide the field observations; to submit a written report relating the theoretical reading to the field observations or, in lieu of a report and at the option of the department, to take a final oral examination administered by two faculty members.
Aim is to understand the central concepts and goals of each approach, the kinds of explanations they seek to offer, and the views they posit regarding the relationship between politics and theory, on the one hand, and politics and the political analyst, on the other.
A nonprofit and nonpartisan organization that provides perspectives and analysis of public attitudes toward controversial social issues. The seminar first addresses different explanations for why people move across borders and considers the role of economic forces, transnational social networks, state policy, and the legacies of colonialism.
Shanley, Mr. Clearly, something must be done. Smartvote Main researcher for the implementation of Smartvotethe first Voting Advice Application introduced in Luxembourg. Law, Justice, and Politics] 1 An analysis of the interrelationships between law and politics in civil and criminal spheres in the United States, focusing on the role of the police, courtroom participants, and prison officials.
Theories of War and Peace] 1 An inquiry into the causes of war and peace among states. After all, he had invested so much more of his time to the organisation than I had. In frank, accessible prose, each author offers insight that goes beyond the headlines and dives into the underlying forces and shifts that drove the election from its earliest developments to its dramatic conclusion as one of the greatest upsets in presidential campaign history.
Seminar on Violence 1 This seminar explores the many manifestations of political violence. Normative issues concerning the decision—making process and foreign policy goals and means are also discussed.
Other a or b. Hite, Mr. We study several dimensions of collective action, including their organization, leadership, ideology or programmatic content, and objectives. The full and fascinating results, gathered by the accomplished pollsters Peter Hart and Geoff Garin, paint a compelling portrait of the country a half-century after the epochal killing.
This book is a tale of these two elections—one for the seat Duma, the other for President. Prerequisite: by permission, normally an intermediate-level course in American politics.
Throughout the course we focus on the role of the state especially the criminal justice systemlegal rights and claims, and political activism.No more than 1 unit of field work may be counted toward the major. After declaring a major, no course in political science may be elected NRO. Transfer students and students taking academic leaves of absence: A minimum of 6 graded units in the political science major must be taken at Vassar.
Senior–Year Requirement: One –level seminar. Event studies using data read directly from stock databases. Everyday Life and Women in America. Primary sources of American history, 19thth centuries Resources in philosophy, religion, political science, economics, and finance.
PAIS International: Public Affairs Information Service. Art and rare book sales catalogs, 16th century. Internet Guides to Political Science Resources. Links to guides covering U.S. and foreign politics Image files of individual campaign committee reports beginning with the / election cycle.
Connect to MIRLYN to identify library location and call number of book or article. Worldwide Political Science Abstracts (UMich Only) Indexes. He was professor of political science at the University of Pennsylvania in – and professor of political science at the University of Illinois, Works by or about James Wilford Garner at Internet Archive This biography of an American political scientist is a stub.
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Use features like bookmarks, note taking and highlighting while reading The Essentials of Political Analysis.4/5(4). Assistant Professor of Political Science, Northwestern University Visiting Assistant Professor of Government, Mills College, Oakland, CA and Center for International Security and Cooperation, Stanford University, Affiliated Scholar Center for International Security and Cooperation, Stanford University.