CPOL-4241 Introd. to Comparative Politics – graduate courses
The goal is to familiarize students with the comparative method that seeks to explain the political and social phenomena based on differences and similarities between cases in different regions and countries of the world. Comparative politics has privileged the search for explanations for variations between cases, for example in terms of regimes, political choices, socioeconomic results, and the interaction between these variables. It also studies the differences between social stakeholders in terms of efficacy, organizational capacity and political impact.
InstructorNasi Lignarolo Carlo
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