Politics, Power And The Common Good: An Introduction To Political Science by Eric MintzPolitics, Power And The Common Good: An Introduction To Political Science by Eric Mintz

Politics, Power And The Common Good: An Introduction To Political Science

byEric Mintz, David Close, Osvaldo Croci

Paperback | February 2, 2017

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Explore contemporary politics with the fifth edition of Mintz, Politics, Power, and the Common Good  

The fifth edition of Politics, Power, and the Common Good continues to present clear explanations on the basics of politics, while at the same time raising challenging questions that encourage students to think deeply about the contemporary political world. Updated to reflect the current changing political atmosphere, the text teaches students about the contending perspectives that can be used to understand the world, the problems of the more than one billion people who live in extreme poverty, the global political systems of the twenty-first century, and much more.
Title:Politics, Power And The Common Good: An Introduction To Political ScienceFormat:PaperbackDimensions:504 pages, 9.25 × 7.5 × 0.75 inPublished:February 2, 2017Publisher:Pearson EducationLanguage:English

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ISBN - 10:013428688X

ISBN - 13:9780134286884

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Table of Contents

PART I Introduction  
1 Understanding Politics  
2 The Nation-State and Globalization  

PART II Ideals and Ideologies  
3 Liberalism, Conservatism, Socialism, and Fascism  
4Newer Perspectives: Feminism and Environmentalism  

PART III Political Organization, Persuasion, and Action  
5Political Culture, Political Participation, and Political Socialization  
6 Political Parties  
7 Elections, Electoral Systems, and Voting Behaviour  
8 Political Influence  
9Unconventional and Highly Conflictive Politics: From Protest to
                                                                Revolution  
PART IV Democratic and Non-Democratic Government  
10 Democracy and Democratic Government  
11 Non-Democratic Government: Hybrid and Authoritarian Regimes  

PART V Governing  
12 The Constitution and the Courts  
13 Multiple Governments  
14 Parliamentary Systems  
15 Presidential and Semi-Presidential Systems 
16Public Policy and Public Administration 

PART VI Global Concerns  
17 Politics and Development in the World’s Poorer Countries  
18 Politics and Governance at the Global Level