Honors Course for Spring 2015: PLSC 331 Comparative World Governments

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COMPARATIVE WORLD GOVERNMENTS (PLSC 331) analyzes government and politics of major Western and non-Western world powers. The course is designed to give students a better understanding of American politics and democracy through comparisons with the politics of major world powers. The characteristics of other kinds of governments and nondemocratic governments will be provided, and a comparative evaluation of political issues and frameworks for governing in other parts of the world will be made. The governments of ten countries ā€“ Brazil, China, Germany, India, Iran, Japan, Nigeria, Russia, the United Kingdom, and the United States ā€“ will be examined and compared.

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