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Comparative Politics and GovernmentComparative Politics and Government
Britain from the industrialized democracies, China from the communist and post-communist states, and India, Iran and Nigeria from the developing world. The political experience in each case will be studied in the context of its own cultural and
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To the onset of the war on both major fronts, and finally to the peace agreements and their effect on the future of the world. In particular it looks at industrial, agricultural, and democratic developments and their impact on the war
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Il the European discovery of America. After surveying the prehistoric period and early civilization, the course focuses on the religious, political and cultural characteristics of Asian and Arabic civilizations in the East and Middle East
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Criminology sociology 215-WCriminology sociology 215-W
What is crime and who gets to decide? How do the motives of the “Beltway Snipers,” Enron executives and the neighborhood burglar differ? Is plea bargaining a good bargain? Why is the U. S. prison population a sea of black and brown faces?
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Criminology sociology 215-WCriminology sociology 215-W
What is crime and who gets to decide? How do the motives of the “Beltway Snipers,” Enron executives and the neighborhood burglar differ? Is plea bargaining a good bargain? Why is the U. S. prison population a sea of black and brown faces?
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