PS 470 Theories of Comparative Politics
Examines the evolution of the theories and methods of comparative politics, addressing both the recent history of the discipline and the current state of its practices. Topics include: the behavioral revolution, political development, the role of state, the new institutionalism, and the state-in-society approaches. Expected preparation: PS 204
Slash Listed Courses
Also offered for graduate-level credit as PS 570
and may be taken only once for credit.