Countries and Concepts : Politics, Geography, Culture
For undergraduate Political Science courses including Introduction to Comparative Politics, Introduction to European Politics, and Introduction to Politics.Introduces the concepts and vocabulary of Comparative Politics through a country-by-country analysis and recent case studies. By demonstrating that political life is universal and comparable, the text also proves that no country is really alien, but rather that all countries are understandable.
- Paperback | 524 pages
- 196.9 x 238 x 31.8mm | 938.95g
- 21 Jul 2000
- Pearson Education (US)
- United States
- 7th edition
Table of contents
1. The Concept of Country. I. GREAT BRITAIN. 2. The Impact of the Past. 3. Britain: The Key Institutions. 4. British Political Culture. 5. Britain: Patterns of Interaction. 6. What Britons Quarrel About. II. FRANCE. 7. France: The Impact of the Past. 8. France: The Key Institutions. 9. French Political Culture. 10. France: Patterns of Interaction. 11. What the French Quarrel About. III. GERMANY. 12. Germany: The Impact of the Past. 13. Germany: The Key Institutions. 14. German Political Culture. 15. Germany: Patterns of Interaction. 16. What Germans Quarrel About. IV. RUSSIA. 17. Russia: The Impact of the Past. 18. Russia: The Key Institutions. 19. Russian Political Culture. 20. Russia: Patterns of Interaction. 21. What Russians Quarrel About. V. JAPAN. 22. Japan: The Impact of the Past. 23. Japan: The Key Institutions. 24. Japanese Political Culture. 25. Japan: Patterns of Interaction. 26. What Japanese Quarrel About. VI. THE THIRD WORLD. 27. China. 28. Brazil. 29. South Africa. 30. Iran. 31. Lessons of Nine Countries.