Understanding Comparative Politics links comparative politics to identity, helping students make personal connections and actively learn and explore through maps, data, theory, and reflection questions. Issues of race, gender, ethnicity, and religion are put into context, encouraging critical thinking about world regions and individual countries through the lens of current events.
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