Introductory Comparative Government (ISPOSC-223)
Introduction to comparative analysis, usually focusing on a pair of cases (such as Canada and the United States) that have similar histories and societies, but different governments and policy outcomes. Primary emphasis: the context and evolution of political traditions, institutions, and behavior. Secondary emphasis: the methods of comparative analysis. Spring.
Faculty: John Wesley Martin
Start/End Date: Aug. 25, 2014 - Dec. 12, 2014
Instructional Method: Lecture-based Learning