Introduction to Global Politics (4th Edition)- eBook

Download Introduction to Global Politics (4th Edition)- eBook written by Steven L. Lamy, John S. Masker, John Baylis, Steve Smith, Patricia Owens in PDF format. This book is under the category Politics and bearing the isbn/isbn13 number 190299797/9780190299798. You may reffer the table below for additional details of the book.

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book-author

Steven L. Lamy, John S. Masker, John Baylis, Steve Smith, Patricia Owens

publisher

OUP USA; 4th Edition

file-type

PDF

pages

464 pages

language

English

isbn10

190299797

isbn13

9780190299798


Book Description

The Fourth Edition of the Introduction to Global Politics (PDF) provides students in higher education with an international perspective on International Relations. The organization of the e-book into three parts and ten chapters provides a thorough introduction to the most important topics covered in this class, including the following: History, Global Actors, Theories, Economic Issues, and Security Issues will be covered in this course. This text teaches students how to evaluate global political events using the predominant theories in the field by utilizing the theme of globalization. It also provides sufficient historical context and a broad-based global viewpoint for students to learn from.

Introduction to Global Politics is an adaptation for the US market of the successful UK textbook Globalization of World Politics (also available at our store), which is now in its 6th edition and was written by Smith, Baylis, and Owens. The first edition of Introduction to Global Politics was published in 2013. The book was originally published in the United Kingdom, but it was adapted for publication in the United States so that it would be more suitable for that country’s market. The first edition of Introduction to Global Politics established a model for success that will be carried over into the fourth edition.

Reviews

“Extremely welcoming!

The Fourth Edition of Intro to Global Politics includes both compelling examples and helpful tables. Students are able to recognize the importance of IR thanks to the textbook’s efforts.
— Krista Tuomi and the American University

“Introduction to Global Politics gives college students the tools they need to build a foundation for connecting with the world as active consumers. It also encourages students to think more deeply about the impact that events happening around the world have. It provides excellent coverage of a wide variety of topics that, in the past, have been neglected. — Petra Henderson and the University of Michigan State

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