This is a survey course and as such it can either be used by students who are looking to take just one general overview course or for students who want to go on to more advanced study in any of the subfields that comprise the political science discipline such as american politics comparative politics international politics or political theory. Bringing together an expert team of authors introduction to politics second edition provides an intellectually stimulating yet accessible introduction to politics that takes current global realities into account the text is divided into three sections that reflect the authors expertise concepts and ideologies comparative politics and international relations. Combining theory comparative politics and international relations introduction to politics provides a perfect introduction to the study of global politics an accessible writing style analytical approach and a wide range of international examples to contextualize the content make it an ideal foundation for first year politics students. Introduction to political science how to think for yourself about politics helps students gain the skills they need to think critically about a wide range of political topics and to become more comfortable with politics itself as a result in order to help introductory students navigate the shifting space of complex ideas that characterizes . Introduction to politics second canadian edition robert garner peter ferdinand stephanie lawson and david b macdonald now in its second canadian edition this truly international introduction to politics offers comprehensive coverage of key concepts and ideologies institutions and international relations
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