- Authors: John McCormick, Rod Hague, Martin Harrop
- File Size: 40389 KB
- Format: PDF
- Length: 403 pages
- Publisher: Red Globe Press; 11th Edition
- Publication Date: February 8, 2019
- Language: English
- ASIN: B07YM1VYL4
- ISBN-10: 1352005042, 1352005050
- ISBN-13: 9781352005042, 9781352005059
This updated and revised, Comparative Government and Politics: An Introduction, 11th Edition, (PDF)– one of the most well-established textbooks in the field of comparative politics – provides a comprehensive introduction to the comparison of governments and political systems, assisting students to understand not just the political cultures and institutions of their own countries but also those of a broad range of democracies and authoritarian regimes from around the world. The ebook opens with an outline of key theories and methods for reviewing comparative politics and moves on to a study of major themes and institutions, such as the state, courts, constitutions, elections, interest groups, voters, and political economy. Furthermore, two common threads run throughout the chapters in this edition – the reverse of democracy and declining trust in government – making sure that the ebook fully accounts for the quick developments in politics that have occurred across the world in current times. Written by a group of experienced textbook authors and featuring a range of engaging learning features, this ebook, Comparative Government and Politics 11e, is an essential textbook for undergraduate and postgraduate courses on Comparative Politics, Introduction to Politics, Comparative Government, and Introduction to Political Science.
Comparative Government and Politics stands out in a market overwhelmed with introductory textbooks. The style and tone of the text are very accessible and lend themselves well to both those majoring in the arena and those not acquainted with it at all. — Johannes Van Gorp, American University of Sharjah, UAE.
The inclusion of John McCormick in this timeless title for comparative politics has made an important influence in this edition. Full of new features, captivating images, and graphs, this has become a significant resource for students of comparative politics and also an excellent reference point for those teaching the subject. Users of the ebook will mainly enjoy the spotlights on particular countries and cases, as well as the wealth of interesting data that inspire further research. — Theofanis Exadaktylos, University of Surrey, UK
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