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PS 100: Introduction to the Profession: Political Science
Intended for first-year political science majors. The course exposes students to quasi-experimental methods, quantitative and qualitative approaches, the history of the profession, and career possibilities. Students will examine several fundamental works in the discipline.
Professors: David C. Schalliol
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PS 200: American Government
Surveys American politics and government. Informal political institutions, such as parties and interest groups, are analyzed and related to formal governmental institutions, such as the presidency and the Congress. Emphasis is placed on how the American political culture shapes...
Professors: Benjamin T. Lynerd; Patrick Ireland
Terms: Fall 12-13 | Credits: 3
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PS 202: Introduction to Political Science
Introduces students to modern political science covering American politics, comparative political science, and research methods.
Professors: Daniel Bliss
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PS 209: Res Methd for Soc and Poli Sci
Introduces students to explanation in the social sciences and both qualitative and the quantitative research methods. Topics covered include formulation of research questions, measurement, data collection, survey research, significance tests, experimental and quasi-experimental d...
Professors: Matthew Shapiro
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PS 209: Research Methods for Social and Political Science
Introduces students to explanation in the social sciences and both qualitative and the quantitative research methods. Topics covered include the formulation of research questions, measurement, data collection, survey research, significance tests, experimental and quasi-experimen...
Professors: Matthew Shapiro
Terms: Fall 12-13 | Credits: 3
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PS 210: Social and Political Thought
Examines central social and political theories and their ideas concerning such things as the relationship between individual and society, social harmony and conflict, social equality, and the role of the state. Same as SOC 210.
Professors: David C. Schalliol
Terms: Fall 12-13 | Credits: 3
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PS 221: Social Inequality
Evaluates the patterns and dimensions of social, economic, and political inequality in American society and how these compare with other societies, who gets ahead and why, the relationship of social class to other features of society, some consequences of social stratification, a...
Professors: David C. Schalliol
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PS 230: International Relations
Examines relations among countries from the perspective of both the international system and the nation-state. Emphasis is placed on the transformation in the international system caused by weapons, production, and communication technologies. Special attention is given to the i...
Professors: Laura Hosman; Paul DeForest
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PS 232: Intro to Comparative Politics
Introduces students to the most common theories and approaches in contemporary comparative political analysis. Students then employ the tools of comparison developed in an examination of the causes and consequences of political instability and conflict and transitions to stable d...
Professors: Patrick Ireland
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PS 232: Introduction to Comparative Politics
Introduces students to the most common theories and approaches in contemporary comparative political analysis. Students then employ the tools of comparison developed in an examination of the causes and consequences of political instability and conflict and transitions to stable d...
Professors: Benjamin T. Lynerd; Daniel Bliss; Laura Hosman
Terms: Fall 12-13 | Credits: 3
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