European Politics by Paul KubicekEuropean Politics by Paul Kubicek

European Politics

byPaul KubicekEditorPaul Kubicek

Paperback | February 25, 2011

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European Politics surveys the history, institutions, and issues that are essential for understanding contemporary European politics. Exploring a central question-"What is Europe?", this text's thematic approach helps students compare politics in individual countries and see the political big picture in the region. European Politics examines not only countries already in the European Union but also those eligible to join to give students the most comprehensive picture of Europe's evolution in a globalized world.
Paul Kubicek is Professor of Political Science at Oakland University.
Title:European PoliticsFormat:PaperbackDimensions:400 pages, 9.25 × 7.5 × 0.85 inPublished:February 25, 2011Publisher:Taylor and FrancisLanguage:English

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ISBN - 10:0205562051

ISBN - 13:9780205562053

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Table of Contents

Chapter 1. Introduction: What is Europe?  Chapter 2. Political and Economic Development in Western Europe  Chapter 3. The Development of the European Union  Chapter 4. Institutions and Policies of the European Union  Chapter 5. Parliaments and the Electoral System  Chapter 6. Executive Authority in Europe  Chapter 7. Legal Structures and Judicial Systems  Chapter 8. Political Parties and Elections  Chapter 9. Political Culture and Political Behavior  Chapter 10. Economic and Social Issues in Europe  Chapter 11. Security and Foreign Policy Issues  Chapter 12. The Politics of Culture and Multiculturalism in Contemporary Europe  Final Questions

Editorial Reviews

“An ambitious thematically-organized text that draws examples from across uniting Europe, Kubicek skillfully illuminates complex political issues in a way that undergraduates will find engaging. In addition to providing a useful frame within which European politics can be viewed, it covers the full repertoire of institutions and actions on which Europeans draw to address these issues.”–John Scherpereel, James Madison University