Theory of Comperative Politics


This course is an introduction to the study of comparative politics. It focuses theoretically on how citizens may be able to control public policies in different modern political systems through examining the making of way public policies and political processes in different theoretical models to understand the deeds of governments.
The course introduces students as well to fundamental concepts used by political scientists to study the processes and outcomes of politics in various country settings. The goal of this course is to provide students with a systematic way of interpreting world politics. By the end of the course, students are expected to have knowledge about how political systems function to the degree that they would be able to make reasonable judgments.

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