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Political Science

Introduction to Comparative Politics

Political Science 102B - Spring 2020

One of the primary goals of a course in comparative politics is to familiarize students with a broad array of political systems. The approach taken in this course can best be characterized as the active acquisition and use of a set of tools for looking at the political world. In other words, instead of putting emphasis on what textbook writers think political scientist know, in this course the emphasis is on "how we know what we know" and on building knowledge. This approach equips students with a set of tools to use long after the course is over. These comparative tools are focused on historical, recent, and current events, and students are provided the opportunity to delve more deeply into a study of the parts of the world most they find most interesting.
Course Attributes: EN SBU BABU ISAS LCDAS SSCFA SSCAR SSCUC PSC

Section 01

Introduction to Comparative Politics
INSTRUCTOR: Rosas
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Section C

Introduction to Comparative Politics
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Section E

Introduction to Comparative Politics
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Section F

Introduction to Comparative Politics
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Section G

Introduction to Comparative Politics
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Section H

Introduction to Comparative Politics
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Section I

Introduction to Comparative Politics
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Section J

Introduction to Comparative Politics
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Section K

Introduction to Comparative Politics
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Section L

Introduction to Comparative Politics
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