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Systematically examining politics from around the world, Countries and Concepts presents ten accessible and in-depth studies of Britain, France, Germany, Russia, Japan, China, India, Mexico, Nigeria, and Iran. This text looks at similarities and differences in five key areas of each country to facilitate comparative analysis, defining important concepts and integrating examples from current events throughout. Highly readable and thought-provoking, Countries and Concepts introduces students to the politics and governments of the world and bolsters their civic education by considering the historical, political, economic, geographical, and moral aspects of democracy.
Table of Contents
|The Concept of Country|
|The Developed Areas|
|Britain: The Impact of the Past|
|Britain: The Key Institutions|
|British Political Culture|
|Britain: Patterns of Interaction|
|What Britons Quarrel About|
|France: The Impact of the Past|
|France: The Key Institutions|
|French Political Culture|
|France: Patterns of Interaction|
|What the French Quarrel About|
|Germany: The Impact of the Past|
|Germany: The Key Institutions|
|German Political Culture|
|Germany: Patterns of Interaction|
|What Germans Quarrel About|
|The European Union|
|Russia: The Impact of the Past|
|Russia: The Key Institutions|
|Russian Political Culture|
|Russia: Patterns of Interaction|
|What Russians Quarrel About|
|The Developing Areas|
|China: The Impact of the Past|
|China: The Key Institutions|
|Chinese Political Culture|
|China: Patterns of Interaction|
|What Chinese Quarrel About|
|Lessons of Ten Countries|
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