Lecture 1- Definition and Methodology

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05/11/09 1 Lecture 1- Comparative Politics Political Sociology Ricardo Rene Laremont
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05/11/09 2 Introduction Ricardo Rene Laremont Professor of Political Science and Sociology Office hours: Monday, 1-2 Wednesday, By Appointment Only Secretary: Linda Zanrucha, 777-2628 Room LT-409
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05/11/09 3 Method of Evaluation Research Paper #1: 3-page think piece Due Wednesday, February 7, 2007 (10% of grade) Research Paper #2: 4-page think piece Due Thursday, February 14, 2007 (10% of grade) Research Paper #3: 4-page think piece Due Thursday February 21, 2007 (10% of grade) Research Paper#4: 12-15 page research paper with footnotes Due Thursday, March 28, 2006 (15% of grade) Research Paper#5: Rewrite of Paper #4 Due My 2, 2006 (30% of grade) Final Examination: (30% of grade) TA Evaluation: (10% of grade)
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05/11/09 4 Purpose of Course To make you knowledgeable about contemporary politics in Europe, Asia, Latin America and Africa To help you understand the history of Great Britain,
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