Foundations of Comparative Politics
This student-friendly introduction to the key theories and concepts of comparative politics now provides even broader coverage of the world’s democracies, with examples drawn from across the globe. Foundations of Comparative Politics contains a wealth of information, clearly structured and easy to read, with clear definition of Key Terms. It covers all the important themes in the field, including constitutional design and institutions; mass and elite politics; policy-making and implementation; and the future of the state and democracy in a globalising world. A new chapter on studying comparative politics, and new ‘What Have We Learned?’ and ‘Lessons of Comparison’ summary sections help students pull together the lessons of each chapter. Combining facts and theory throughout, debate is stimulated through the use of Controversy boxes, and Fact Files and Briefings give students interesting data that illustrates the key issues in the text. Online resources, including MCQs and Powerpoint slides, complete the package.
- New edition of this clearly structured and easy to read introduction to comparative politics from two leading researchers and experienced textbook writers
- New introduction on ‘Why study comparative politics?’ and postscript on ‘How and What to Compare’ help students engage with comparative methods
- Broad coverage of democratic governments is brought to life for the student through case studies and examples from across the globe
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