Instructor’s Manual For Political Science: An Introduction, 13/E by Michael G. Roskin, Robert L. Cord, James A. Medeiros

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Political Science: An Introduction, 13/E by Michael G. Roskin, Robert L. Cord, James A. Medeiros (Instructor’s Manual) ISBN-10: 0205978002 • ISBN-13: 9780205978007

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Table of Contents:

PART I: THE BASES OF POLITICS
Chapter 1: Politics and Political Science
Chapter 2: Theories
Chapter 3: Ideologies
Chapter 4: States
Chapter 5: Constitutions
Chapter 6: Regimes
PART II: POLITICAL ATTITUDES
Chapter 7: Political Culture
Chapter 8: Public Opinion
PART III: POLITICAL INTERACTIONS
Chapter 9: Political Communication
Chapter 10: Interest Groups
Chapter 11: Parties
Chapter 12: Elections
PART IV: POLITICAL INSTITUTIONS
Chapter 13: Legislatures
Chapter 14: Executives and Bureaucracies
Chapter 15: Judiciaries
PART VI: WHAT POLITICAL SYSTEMS DO
Chapter 16: Political Economy
Chapter 17: Political Violence
Chapter 18: International Relations

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