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Comparative Introduction to Political Science, A

By Robert J. Jackson, Doreen Jackson

Published by Pearson

Published Date: Nov 19, 1996

Table of Contents

 1. The World of Politics: Countries and Concepts.

 2. Political Science Yesterday and Today.

 3. The Modern State.

 4. Modern States and Forms of Government.

 5. Contemporary Forms of Government.

 6. Political Culture: People and Politics.

 7. Political Culture: Democratic and Authoritarian.

 8. Modern Ideologies and Philosophies.

 9. Modern Ideologies and Philosophies: Democratic and Authoritarian.

10. Constitutional Frameworks.

11. Constitutional Frameworks: Democratic and Authoritarian.

12. Design of Central Government Institutions: Leadership, Executives and Legislatures.

13. Design of Central Government Institutions: Democratic and Authoritarian.

14. Design of Civilian and Military Public Administration.

15. Design of Civilian and Military Public Administration: Democratic and Authoritarian.

16. Political Parties and Interest Groups.

17. Political Parties and Interest Groups: Democratic and Authoritarian.

18. Elections and Voting Behavior.

19. Elections and Voting Behavior: Democratic and Authoritarian.

20. Political Change: Development, Violence, Terrorism and Revolution.

21. Politics Among States.

Appendix: States of the World.


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