The Oxford Companion to Comparative Politics: Index
Oxford University Press, 2013 - Comparative government - 632 pages
Fills a gap in scholarship on an increasingly important field within Political Science. Comparative Politics, the discipline devoted to the politics of other countries or peoples, has been steadily gaining prominence as a field of study, allowing politics to be viewed from a wider foundation than a concentration on domestic affairs would permit.
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THE OXFORD COMPANION TO COMPARATIVE POLITICS
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