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Introducing Comparative Politics; Concepts and Cases in Context (2nd Edition)

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book-author

Carol Ann Drogus ; Stephen Orvis

file-type

PDF

isbn10

1608716686

isbn13

9781608716685

language

English

publisher

CQ Press


Book Description

“Introducing Comparative Politics: Concepts and Cases in Context, Volume 2,” authored by Carol Ann Drogus and Stephen Orvis, stands as an authoritative and comprehensive exploration of the field of comparative politics. This volume is an essential resource for students, scholars, and anyone interested in gaining a nuanced understanding of political systems across the globe.

Drogus and Orvis have skillfully crafted a text that combines theoretical concepts with real-world case studies, providing readers with a contextualized and in-depth examination of comparative politics. As the second volume in the series, this book delves into additional topics and cases, building upon the foundation laid in the first volume. The authors present a dynamic and engaging approach to the study of political systems, making complex concepts accessible to readers at various levels of familiarity with the subject.

The book's structure facilitates a comprehensive exploration of key themes in comparative politics, including political institutions, political behavior, political economy, and political change. By integrating a variety of global case studies, readers are exposed to diverse political contexts, allowing for a more enriched and nuanced understanding of political dynamics.

One of the notable strengths of this volume is its emphasis on linking conceptual frameworks to real-world situations. The authors provide readers with the analytical tools needed to critically assess and compare political systems, encouraging a thoughtful and informed approach to the study of politics.

Whether used as a textbook for academic courses or as a reference for individuals interested in global politics, “Introducing Comparative Politics: Concepts and Cases in Context, Volume 2” by Drogus and Orvis offers a rich and insightful journey into the complexities of political systems, fostering a deeper appreciation for the diversity and dynamics of political landscapes worldwide.

book-author

Carol Ann Drogus ; Stephen Orvis

file-type

PDF

isbn10

1608716686

isbn13

9781608716685

language

English

publisher

CQ Press

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