|Intro Political Science Lecture Notes|
|PO 1600 Political Science|
Jac Hayden, Trinity College, Dublin 2
This course is an intermediate course in political science. It covers the justice system, election process, and running for office. Course notes are in Powerpoint format.
|PS 358 Political Science on the Internet|
Joe Gaziano, Lewis University, Romeoville, Il
This course covers virtual community and politics of cyberspace. Can people who are alone in a room sitting in front of a computer form a community? This class reviews this topic from a political perspective.
|PSC 250: Introduction to Political Inquiry|
Patricia M. Keilbach, University of Colorado at Colorado Springs
This course tries to answer questions like the following: Why do political scientists need an understanding of research methodologies? Which is the best methodology for political issues? Why care about understanding statistics and being able to both critique and design research? Moreover, to what end is a statistics section doing in a course in political science? Isn’t politics just that—maneuvering in the political sphere, the interactions between countries, or how a bill becomes a law?
|POS 2001 - Introduction to Political Science|
Kenneth Quinnell, Central Florida Community College - Citrus Campus
This course covers the scope and methods of political science as well as a review of the major concepts. It is a very comprehensive introduction to political science as a discipline. Topics include politics in human life, governments, political psychology, public opinion, political parties, and others.
|PS 531 Political Science|
William C. Robinson, University of Tennessee, Knoxville Tennessee
This course discusses the history of political science, its fields of study and disciplines.
|POLS 110A: INTRODUCTION TO POLITICS AND GOVERNMENT|
Patricia M. Keilbach, Queen’s University
This course covers the nature and scope of politics, power and influence, legitimacy, authority, democracy and its variants, participation and the dilemma of democracy, and several other introductory topics.
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