Race, ethnicity, and religion as political factors; cultural pluralism, politics, and policy in the United States and selected other multi-cultural politics.
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PS 206 Introduction to Political Psychology
Examines the psychological aspects of the political behavior of individuals–whether elites, activists or members of general publics–and their consequent political behaviors in various groups and institutional contexts.
PS 170 Research Methods in Political Science
Introduces students to political science as a discipline by focusing on the development of research questions, research designs, and the quantitative and qualitative tools commonly used to implement research designs.
PS 160 Introduction to Political Theory
Exploration of core problems of political life, such as the nature and limits of obligation, the concept of justice and its political implications, and the relationship between equality and liberty, through a selection of ancient …
PS 140 Introduction to International Relations
Covers the major issues in international relations since the end of World War II including: the causes of war; civil wars and ethnic conflict; economic development; international trade; exchange rates and international monetary relations; international …
PS 120 Politics Around the World
Comparison of politics and government in selected countries around the world.
PS 104 Introduction to American Politics and Government
Basic institutions and processes of American government. The role of constitutional structures, parties, interest groups and elections in the system; policy formation and policy content.