Mapping The Political Landscape: An Introduction To Political Science by Reeta Chowdhari Tremblay

Mapping The Political Landscape: An Introduction To Political Science

byReeta Chowdhari Tremblay, Andre Lecours, Csaba Nikolenyi

Paperback | December 1, 2006

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Mapping the Political Landscape: An Introduction to Political Science, second edition explores many issues that reflect the large diversity of Canadian society. Taking into account the increasing globalization of issues, this text/reader relates classical concepts of political science to differing political and cultural experiences. Mapping the Political Landscape is divided in to four thematic parts: Politics as Discipline, Ideas, Institutions and Change, with a small section of classic and contemporary readings following each chapter. The text assists the students with the readings by providing a set of questions relating to the readings and thematic commentary.

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Title:Mapping The Political Landscape: An Introduction To Political ScienceFormat:PaperbackDimensions:496 pages, 9.81 × 8 × 0.65 inPublished:December 1, 2006Publisher:Nelson College IndigenousLanguage:English

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ISBN - 10:017642413X

ISBN - 13:9780176424138

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Table of Contents

Part 1: Politics as DisciplineTradition, Discipline and DefinitionsContending ApproachesMethodologyPart 2: Politics as IdeasLiberalism and ConservatismSocialismFascismFeminsim and EnvironmentalismPart 3: Politics as InstitutionsThe StateExecutives and LegislaturesFederalism and FederationsPolitical Parties and Electoral SystemsState-Society RelationsPart 4: Politics as ChangeDemocracy and DemocratizationGlobalizationNations and NationalismReligion and PoliticsCitizenship and Political Community