Comparative Studies in Politics Ⅰ(比較政治専門研究Ⅰ)
|Course Periods:||Tuesday 13:00-14:30|
|Whether mandatory or not:||no|
This course will be delivered online. Students are requested to abstain from coming to the university.
|Outline of Lecture Course||
This course aims to provide students with a basic understanding of contemporary European politics.
From the view point of comparative politics, it focuses on political institutions, political parties, and various domestic and international political issues facing European states and citizens today.
The course tackles such aspects of parliaments; electoral systems and elections; parties and party systems; European Union; Welfare states and Neo-liberalism; immigration and multi-culturalism.
No textbooks. Handout will be provided in the course.
Major references books are following.
- Paul Kubicek, European Politics 2nd ed., Routledge, 2017 .
- Tim Bale, European Politics: A comparative Introduction 4th ed., Palgrave,2017.
- Jose M. Magone, Contemporary European Politics: A Comparative Introduction 2nd ed., Routledge, 2019.
Short Paper in each lecture (30%)
final paper (70%)
|Instructions for Out-of-Class Study||See the handouts.|
|Responding to Student Questions||Answer student questions after class or in the next class.|
This course goes online via NUCT.
If you can't access NUCT course site, please tell me about your NAGOYA university ID number by email.
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