2017 604 Comparative Politics Workshop
[Lecture Course Basic Information]
|Lecturer:||H Takeda, R Westra and D Green|
|Course Periods:||Oct.3, 17, 31, Nov.14, 28, Dec.12 and Jan.9|
|Whether mandatory or not:||Compulsory for Leading Graduate School students. Other GSL students can register for credits.|
|Classroom:||Seminar Room 6, Asian Legal Exchange Center|
|Outline of Lecture Course||
The overarching aim of this course is to introduce the student to basic concepts, theories, and methodologies of comparative politics and political economy and in so doing, to enhance her/his ability to conduct independent research projects on the subject. By the end of the course, the student is expected to acquire a solid understanding of the basics of comparative politics/political economy research. The course also provides the student with the opportunity to develop practical skills to evaluate research papers, compile and communicate to others independent academic argument, give presentations and write review essays.
On completion of this course, the student should be able to demonstrate that s/he has acquired;
|Textbooks||The list of readings will be distributed in the first class.|
|Course Materials/Supplementaries||The list of readings will be distributed in the first class.|
1. Workshop 1 assignment (20%)
2. Workshop 2 assignment (20%)
3. Review essay (60%)
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[Subject: Specialized Courses]
|Lecture||Theme||Lecture Course Description||Learning outside the class||Related page|
||Please see the course outline.|
|2||Basic Concepts and Approaches||
|3||Comparative Political Economy||
|4||Comparative Political Economy||
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