Mark Kesselman, Joel Krieger, William A. Joseph
Cengage Learning; 8th edition
B07MV35GQ7 / B078KTPGHD
Providing a healthy mix of application and theory, as well as a writing style that is interesting and student-friendly; Revised to take into account the current state of politics; Comparative Politics: Political Obstacles and Evolving Agendas is the Subject of This Introduction. A country-by-country method is provided in the 8th edition (PDF), which enables college students to investigate similarities and differences both inside and between political systems as well as between political systems of different countries. Each chapter presents in-depth analysis and descriptions of the political difficulties, political climate, and shifting agendas of a specific nation.
PDF version of the eTextbook “Introduction to Comparative Politics: Political Challenges and Changing Agendas” by Mark Kesselman and his co-authors.
Students are assisted in making connections and analogies about the countries that are given through pedagogy as well as a shortened narrative. The eighth edition of “Introduction to Comparative Politics” features case studies on 13 nations and the European Union. These case studies offer a fascinating sampling of different political regimes, levels of economic development, and geographic locations. Students of political science reflect on a variety of contemporary political events, including the momentous vote to leave the European Union (Brexit), the impeachment of Brazil’s president, Russia’s slide toward authoritarianism, and the divisive elections of Emmanuel Macron and Donald Trump, to name just a few.
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