POLS 1006 Politics Around the World: Democracy, Dictatorship and Development

4 hours; 4 credits

Introduction to theories and concepts in global and comparative politics. Comparison among countries and world regions regarding democracy, economic ideologies, state-society relations, and political and economic development. Critical and comparative analysis of common issues such as violence, gender, poverty, human rights, and justice.


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