topic_1_-intro_to_political_development_and_cote_d'ivoire_case_study_pdf

Topic_1_-intro_to_political_development_and_cote_d'ivoire_case_study_pdf

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Political Development POL 142A Winter Quarter 2008 Dr. Gloria Walker 1
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ourse Introduction and Course Introduction and Topic 1 – Intro to Political Development • Course introduction • Introduction to political development • Case study: Côte d’Ivoire • What is the Third World? 2
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Some Useful Information • All emails sent out on the class email list will be archived at: https://listproc.ucdavis.edu/class-secure/ The PDF version of the syllabus posted on the myUCDavis class webpage has links for all of the online readings – From off campus you may access the articles using the library’s proxy service at: http://www.lib.ucdavis.edu/ul/services/connect/ • The midterm is on February 13 th • The case study paper is due on March 10 th • The final examination is on March 22 nd 3
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Goals of the Class To develop an understanding of the: • different theoretical approaches to political development • components of political development factors affecting political development • consequences of failed or stalled development le of democracy in political development role of democracy in political development 4
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Decolonization ecolonization led to scholarly and policy interest in Decolonization led to scholarly and policy interest in political development Second wave of democratization occurred with the massive decolonization after WWII • 1960 saw the highest number of states go independent hi d f d ti ti b ith th t iti Third wave of democratization began with the transitions
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This note was uploaded on 04/16/2008 for the course POL 3 taught by Professor Maoz during the Winter '06 term at UC Davis.

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