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Relative Legislative issues:. Asking "Why" About The World. CP as a subfield of Political Science. What is Relative Legislative issues?. Investigation of Legislative issues Inside of Nations Accentuation on governmental issues "as they may be," not as they "ought to be"
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Relative Politics: Asking “Why” About The World

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CP as a subfield of Political Science

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What is Comparative Politics? Investigation of Politics Within Countries Emphasis on governmental issues “as they are,” not as they “should be” Implicit and unequivocal accentuation on analyzing legislative issues inside and between nations, times, & areas

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Comparative Politics: Originated in late 1800s as subfield of political science Originally minor field because of: American predisposition principally done by Europeans themselves Originally exceptionally formal – took a gander at constitutions, legal tenets, and so forth

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20 th century: CP gets cool. Why? Behavioral unrest (1920s, 1930s), World War II, and post-expansionism (1950s and 1960s)

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What do you believe are the absolute most critical inquiries in relative governmental issues today?

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What we concentrate on in CP: illustrations Why do a few governments work more effectively than others? Under what conditions are totalitarian administrations prone to come to control? Ambrogio Lorenzetti. Moral story of Good Government. Subtle element. 1337-40. Fresco. Sala dei Nove, Palazzo Publico, Siena, Italy

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More samples of what we concentrate on in CP: Why do a few groups get along well and others attempt to slaughter one another? Why do some ethnic clashes get to be genocidal?

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Democracies & Democratization Politics of Advanced Industrial Democracies moves to popular government administrative organizations, constituent frameworks, party frameworks the legal free enterprise and vote based system law based soundness Current Themes in CP

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More Themes in CP: Political Economy Liberalization improvement pay conveyance business-govt relations welfare states welfare change defilement Transitions from socialism

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Effects of globalization Citizenship; minority rights; migration Social developments & social assembly More Themes in CP:

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More Themes in CP: Nationalism & ethnic clash: ethnic preparation struggle determination patriot philosophy guerrilla developments ethnic gatherings

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The “Comparative” in CP: One case (little n ) Why did the East German administration crumple so all of a sudden in 1989? Numerous cases (vast n ) Why did all the socialist administrations of East Europe breakdown in 1989? Hypothetically educated

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What are an advantages\' percentage (McCormick) - and disadvantages - of correlation?

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How we do CP: Types of examination Quantitative : in light of numbers & factual techniques. Subjective : does NOT depend on numerical investigation. Tends to concentrate on one or a couple cases. Incorporates inside and out meetings, investigation of archives, and so on (“area specialists”)

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Censuses Surveys & surveys Court records Interviews Memoirs Speeches Party projects Letters Reports Newspapers Participant-perception Other government reports How we “do” CP: a few wellsprings of data

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What are the five principle errands (operations) great comparativists participate in, as indicated by Sodaro?

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Looking for answers: Methods in CP A case: Why didn’t Iraqi residents oust Saddam Hussein in the 1980s and 1990s?

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Three principle systems (sorts of answers) Rational-Choice Culturalist Historical Institutionalism

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What’s the purpose of a procedure?!  Helps you choose what to concentrate on (society, economy, organizations, and so on) Helps you perceive your predispositions and assumptions Gives you a toolbox and valuable vocabulary Helps you “join” a discussion and urge you not to re-create the wheel.

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Diversity in CP: Scientists & Storytellers

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