Teaching Comparative Government and Politics

Wednesday, January 11, 2012

New Teaching Tools


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Each of the 110 items is an individual document.
Student materials are MS Word documents published under a Creative Commons License, which allows you to modify, distribute, and even sell the student documents.

Commentaries, teaching suggestions, and rubrics are Adobe Reader (PDF) documents and are copyrighted.

Table of Contents
Title Page
Correlation Chart
Creative Commons License

Comparative Theory
1. Comparative Theory: Empirical and Normative
2. Comparative Theory: Systems Analysis
3. Comparative Theory: Rational Choice Analysis
4. Comparative Theory: Summary

Regimes
5. UK: Regime
6. Russia: Regime
7. China: Regime
8. Nigeria: Regime
9. Mexico: Regime
10. Iran: Regime
11. EU: Regime

Legislatures
12. UK: Legislature
13. Russia: Legislature
14. China: Legislature
15. Nigeria: Legislature
16. Mexico: Legislature
17. Iran: Legislature
18. EU: Legislature

Governments
19. UK: Government
20. Russia: Government
21. China: Government
22. Nigeria: Government
23. Mexico: Government
24. Iran: Government
25. EU: Government

Civil Societies and Political Cultures
26. UK: Civil Society and Political Culture
27. Russia: Civil Society and Political Culture
28. China: Civil Society and Political Culture
29. Nigeria: Civil Society and Political Culture
30. Mexico: Civil Society and Political Culture
31. Iran: Civil Society and Political Culture
32. EU: Civil Society and Political Culture

Basic Concepts
33. Basic Concepts: The European Union
34. Basic Concepts: Democratization 1
35. Basic Concepts: Democratization 2
36. Basic Concepts: Nations
37. Basic Concepts: Political Culture
38. Basic Concepts: Transparency
39. Basic Concepts: Rights and Liberties
40. Basic Concepts: Legitimacy
41. Basic Concepts: Political Economics
42. Basic Concepts: State Capacity
43. Basic Concepts: Federal and Unitary Systems 1
44. Basic Concepts: Federal and Unitary Systems 2
45. Basic Concepts: Participation
46. Basic Concepts: Recruitment
47. Basic Concepts: Socialization
48. Basic Concepts: Economic Development1
49. Basic Concepts: Economic Development2

FRQs
50. Answering FRQs
51. FRQs on Theory
52. FRQs on Regimes
53. FRQs on Legislatures
54. FRQs on Governments
55. FRQs on Civil Society and Political Culture

Each of these student materials is accompanied by a Commentary that includes rubrics and teaching ideas.

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