Politics Within Borders
This course explores the dynamic world of politics from Canadian and comparative perspectives. From the local level to the national, politics shapes how we address controversial issues, such as possession of guns or drugs and provision of public health care. Through the study of factors such as public opinion, constitutions and laws, political parties, social movements and the ideologies that motivate them, we can identify patterns that help us to understand the distinctive political worlds within countries.
Additional Course Information
- 3 lecture hours
Senate Revision April 15, 2014: PO101 New course; effective September 1, 2014.