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Restricted to juniors and seniors. Students explore topics such as police brutality, immigration, the education system, and coalition politics. First-Year Seminar: Democratic Governance in Contemporary Latin America. Smith, Niklaus Steiner, Sue Tolleson-Rinehart, Jonathan Weiler. First-Year Seminar: Politics of Race, Ethnicity, Language, Religion, and Gender.
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Advanced topics in state government and politics, including political behavior and processes, governmental institutions, public policies. Race and Politics in the Contemporary United States. Bear in mind that it is possible for a person to recover completely from this disorder and to be capable of eating normally again, without anxiety. Students carry out a research project under the direct supervision of a faculty mentor. Requires permission of the department.
Humans and animals have always lived together. This seminar explores challenges in democratic governance in contemporary Latin America. Emphasis will be on the political context surrounding and the impact following Supreme Court decisions. Advising All majors have a primary academic advisor in Steele Building. First-Year Seminar: Friendship in Political Thought.
How should citizenship be allocated? Examines contemporary politics in east-central Europe by looking at the communist period, the 1989 revolutions, and the political, economic, and social transformations underway in the area. Constitutional Policies and the Judicial Process. Associate Professors Anna Bassi, Susan Bickford, Stephen Gent, Michele Hoyman, Stephen Leonard, Cecilia Martinez-Gallardo, Rahsaan Maxwell, Sarah Roberts, Timothy Ryan, Isaac Unah, Milada Vachudova. Introduction to the study of strategic decision making in international relations, with an emphasis on the application of basic game theoretic models. This course examines the electoral representation of racial and ethnic minorities in the United States.
Incorporates in-class simulations of international relations scenarios. This is a survey course of entrepreneurial strategies as they are used in community and economic development. Race and Public Policy in the United States. The 28-year-old, one of the best-selling artists in the world, has known Seaborn since his childhood in Suffolk, eastern England. Introduction to Philosophy, Politics, and Economics. If it sits too long without use — female use — then you need to get it used to female touch, attention, and arousal again.
The Constitution of the United States. The interdisciplinary seminar will explore cultural, historical, and political issues of contemporary Germany and analyze German developments from the postwar period to the present. It contains techniques that have been tried and tested in the United States and in Europe. An examination of major issues in political thought, including equality; obedience; violence and nonviolence; justice; forms of social, economic, and political life; liberty; and human nature and politics. Emphasis on how states serve as the laboratories of democracy in a federal system. This course examines how interests organize themselves, enter into and then interact within interest communities, and seek to influence government policy through electoral activity and lobbying legislators, executives, and courts.