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Comparative Politics Today

Comparative Politics Today

Author(s):
  • Gabriel A. Almond
  • G. Bingham Powell Jr.
  • Kaare Strom
  • Russell J. Dalton
  • Author: Gabriel A. Almond
    • ISBN:9788131761137
    • 10 Digit ISBN:8131761134
    • Price:Rs. 729.00
    • Pages:792
    • Imprint:Pearson Education
    • Binding:Paperback
    • Status:Available


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    This text includes thematic chapters and country studies that define fundamental political science concepts, lay out a theoretical framework, and analyze differences and similarities among countries. Written by leading comparativists and area study specialists, Comparative Politics Today helped define the field of comparative politics and will help students ask–and answer–fundamental questions about politics and government.

    Table of Content

    PART ONE. INTRODUCTION
    1. Issues in Comparative Politics
    2. Comparing Political Systems
    PART TWO. SYSTEM, PROCESS, AND POLICY
    1. Political Culture and Political Socialization
    2. Interest Articulation
    3. Interest Aggregation and Political Parties
    4. Government and Policymaking
    5. Public Policy
    PART THREE. COUNTRY STUDIES
    1. Politics in Britain by Richard Rose
    2. Politics in France by Martin A. Schain
    3. Politics in Germany by Russell J. Dalton
    4. Politics in Japan by Frances Rosenbluth and Michael F. Thies
    5. Politics in Russia by Thomas F. Remington
    6. Politics in China by Melanie Manion
    7. Politics in Mexico by Wayne A. Cornelius and Jeffrey A. Weldon
    8. Politics in Brazil by Frances Hagopian
    9. Politics in Iran by H.E. Chehabi and Arang Keshavarzian
    10. Politics in India by Subrata K. Mitra
    11. Politics in Nigeria by Robert J. Mundt, Oladimeji Aborisade, and A. Carl LeVan
    12. Politics in the United States by Austin Ranney and Thad Kousser

    Salient Features

    • Seven thematic chapters
    • Twelve country studies
    • The broadest geographical survey
    • Boxes throughout the text
    • Numerous maps, figures, and tables