The classic introduction to political science has been comprehensively updated for this new edition. Retaining the clarity of expression and breadth of coverage that has made it the introduction of choice for generations of students, it provides a lively and up-to-date account of the events and forces shaping politics in today's interconnected world.
Thoroughly updated throughout, this new edition includes separate chapters on theoretical approaches and research strategies in political science, as well as increased coverage of security, media, culture, law and regulation.
Carefully designed learning features illustrate the text throughout. These include:
· full-page Profiles on individual countries and the European Union, with associated Spotlights linked to each chapter
· on-page glossary definitions for key terms and timelines of key events
· guides to additional learning resources for each chapter
· a companion website providing additional resources and activities
The companion website is available at www.palgrave.com/politics/hague and provides:
· a dictionary of comparative politics
· debates showing both sides of major controversies
· interactive quizzes and essay questions
· a guide to comparative politics on the internet
· web links and an at-a-glance guide to chapter references
· chapter summaries
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ROD HAGUE was formerly Senior Lecturer in Politics at the University of Newcastle, UK. MARTIN HARROP is Senior Lecturer in Politics atthe University of Newcastle, UK.Review:
Reviews of previous editions:
"An excellent introductory text which thoughtfully and effectively combines political analysis with substantive comparison." - B. Guy Peters, University of Pittsburgh
"The best introductory textbook in the field, up to date and full of useful examples." - Dr. Reuven Hazan, The Hebrew University
"Intelligent, comprehensive and insightful, this book is a boon for both students and their teachers. Long established as one of the best introductions to political science and comparative politics it still manages to get even better with each successive edition." - Professor Peter Mair, University of Leiden"A compelling introduction to the major concepts, controversies, approaches and techniques needed to understand an increasingly globalized and interconnected world. Clearly written, accessible, and well supported by careful use of the evidence, this first-rate textbook provides a firm foundation for informed debate on comparative politics." - Pippa Norris, Harvard University
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