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Table of Contents
Chapter 1. Doing Comparative Politics (Why study comparative politics?)
Chapter 2. The State (Where do “states” come from?)
Chapter 3. Democratic Political Regimes (What is democracy?)
Chapter 4. Non-Democratic Political Regimes (What is non-democracy?)
Chapter 5. Regime Change (What are the causes of regime change?)
Chapter 6. Political Identity (When does identity become politicized?)
Chapter 7. Religion and Politics (What is the relationship between religious identity and democracy?)
Chapter 8. Gender and Politics (How do attitudes about gender influence politics?)
Chapter 9. Collective Action (Why do people participate collectively in politics?)
Chapter 10. Political Violence (What causes political violence?)
Chapter 11. Political Economy of Development (How do states promote economic development?)
Chapter 12. The Political Economy of Redistribution (Why do some wealthy democracies engage in more economic redistribution than others?)
Chapter 13. Globalization (How has globalization shaped politics in the world’s states?)