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Political science focuses on the idea and practice of state and politics at the local, state, national, and international levels. We are dedicated to developing understandings of institutions, practices, and relations that constitute public life and modes of inquiry that promote citizenship. Comparative politics may be a broad field with a spread of approaches and goals. Some scholars and researchers compare contemporary political systems so as to gauge which types best provide particular values: order, equality, freedom, or economic security and well-being for his or her citizens. Others suggest that the most purpose of comparative politics is to supply an understanding of how and why different societies develop different sorts of political institutions. Still others use comparative politics as how of discovering general laws and theories which will explain human political behaviour and its variability. Most students will want to start their study of comparative politics with the Introduction to Comparative Politics (POL S 204), which mixes the 2 main approaches by including comparative discussions of particular problems, issues, processes, and institutions during a big variety of political settings also as in-depth readings and lectures on a number of the main countries within the times. Comparative politics courses are of two basic types. One offers comparisons of a specific set of problems or institutions during a number of various countries. The second type offers in-depth analyses of the essential political institutions and processes of one country or group of nations during a world region.  

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