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Seminar in Comparative Politics; Comparative Political Ideology

Recommended prerequisites: GVPT200 and GVPT282 Restriction: Must be in Government & Politics or Government & Politics: International Relations program. A comparative survey of leading political ideologies, including their origins, core tenets, and implications. Specific attention is given to ideology's relationship to material practice, both western and non-western interpretations, and ramifications for contemporary politics. Includes nationalism, populism, religious fundamentalism, liberalism, socialism, and neoliberalism, among other influential ideologies.

Sister Courses: GVPT459A, GVPT459B, GVPT459C, GVPT459D, GVPT459E, GVPT459F, GVPT459G, GVPT459H, GVPT459I, GVPT459J, GVPT459K, GVPT459L, GVPT459M, GVPT459N, GVPT459O, GVPT459P, GVPT459Q, GVPT459R, GVPT459T, GVPT459U, GVPT459V, GVPT459W, GVPT459X

Fall 2020

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Average GPA: 3.80 between 24 students

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