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PSCI 2543 - Comparative Politics


3 credits

[Meets the Core Curriculum Writing Practice Requirement] While the world is a dynamic and ever changing place, much of the way humans interact with each other (politics) has changed little. The world is both a place of danger and of hope. People either govern themselves (democracy) or rule over each other in some form or another (often Tyranny). We will loosely look at the way the world is interconnected and specifically at the way different systems of government interact with their people and with each other. We primarily focus tyranny and democracy and the reasons why both forms of government exist along with the strengths and weaknesses of both. We also examine the impact of religion and religious nationalism on national governments.



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