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Politics and society in the third world: an introduction. 2nd edition

Politics and society in the third world: an introduction. 2nd edition
Politics and society in the third world: an introduction. 2nd edition
Appropriate for 1st and 2nd year undergraduate courses in Political Science and Sociology e.g. Politics and Society of the Third World/South; Third World Politics; Third World Society; The Third World; The Politics of the Developing World; Third World Studies. Also suitable for courses in Developmental Economics, Development Studies, IR, International Studies, Geography, History and Environmental Sciences. This basic and very popular introduction to the politics and society of the Third World/South is written and presented with the utmost clarity. The authors provide wide-ranging and balanced coverage of the major theoretical and methodological issues of this complex field. Carefully selected case studies support learning in the key areas and the four well-organized parts introduce students with ease to the essential material they need to know.
0582437245
Prentiece-Hall
Calvert, Peter
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Calvert, Peter
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Calvert, Peter and Calvert, Susan (2001) Politics and society in the third world: an introduction. 2nd edition , New York, USA. Prentiece-Hall, 320pp.

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Appropriate for 1st and 2nd year undergraduate courses in Political Science and Sociology e.g. Politics and Society of the Third World/South; Third World Politics; Third World Society; The Third World; The Politics of the Developing World; Third World Studies. Also suitable for courses in Developmental Economics, Development Studies, IR, International Studies, Geography, History and Environmental Sciences. This basic and very popular introduction to the politics and society of the Third World/South is written and presented with the utmost clarity. The authors provide wide-ranging and balanced coverage of the major theoretical and methodological issues of this complex field. Carefully selected case studies support learning in the key areas and the four well-organized parts introduce students with ease to the essential material they need to know.

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Published date: 2001

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Local EPrints ID: 35048
URI: https://eprints.soton.ac.uk/id/eprint/35048
ISBN: 0582437245
PURE UUID: 4538fc40-cbcb-4ea1-b8e3-06349e53f830

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Date deposited: 19 May 2006
Last modified: 14 May 2018 16:31

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