POL 02 - January 7, 2008

POL 02 - January 7, 2008 - 1/7/2008 1 POL 2: Introduction...

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1/7/2008 1 POL 2: Introduction to Comparative Politics • Instructor: Jo Andrews 1 • Course Meeting Time: MWF 11:00 to 11:50 • Office Hours: Thursdays 10:00 to noon • Web page for this course will be “My UC Davis” • Syllabus is available now on MyUCDavis Course Requirements • Attend lectures • Read the assigned chapters in Comparative Governance • Sections start meeting this week: Attendance 2 Sections start meeting this week: Attendance is mandatory • Paper, 5 pages, due on February 25 •Two M id te rm s – January 30 (first third of course) – March 3 (second third of course) • Final Exam, March 21, 8:00 to 10:00 am (cumulative) Grading • 10% Participation in section • 20% 20% Midterm 2 3 • 20%
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1/7/2008 2 The theme of this course is DEMOCRATIZATION 4 Key questions • What is a democracy? Why do some transitional democracies 5 • Why do some transitional democracies succeed while others fail? • Is there a relationship between
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