Why do we compare nations? How do we compare nations? What are the 'big issues' in comparative politics? Issues and Methods in Comparative Politicsprovides students with the answers to these fundamental questions. It is an accessible and user-friendly text which explores the strategies of comparative research in political science.
This book has been designed to make a complex subject easy and accessible to students. Features of this textbook include:
* briefing boxes located throughout which explain key concepts and ideas * suggestions for further reading at the end of each chapter * a glossary of terms.