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ISBN-10: 1111343071
ISBN-13: 9781111343071
Edition: 3rd 2012
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List price: $90.95
Edition: 3rd
Copyright year: 2012
Publisher: Wadsworth
Publication date: 2/11/2011
Binding: Paperback
Pages: 640
Size: 8.25" wide x 10.50" long x 0.75" tall
Weight: 3.256
Language: English

Created through a "student-tested, faculty-approved" review process with input from more than 200 students and faculty, GOVT3 CALIFORNIA is an engaging and accessible solution to accommodate the diverse lifestyles of today's learners. Focusing on the current and historical conflicts and controversies that define America as a nation, GOVT3 CALIFORNIA is a streamlined and extremely current text for the American and California Government course. Its motivating debate theme and appealing magazine-like format speak directly to today's student. "2010 Elections" boxes throughout analyze the results of the most recent elections. Ten additional chapters by Larry Gerston and Terry Christensen cover California politics, including updated content on the current economy.

Edward I. Sidlow is Professor of Political Science at Eastern Michigan University. After receiving his PhD from Ohio State University, he served on the faculty at Arizona State University, Miami University, and Northwestern University, and was Director of Academic Affairs at Loyola University Chicago. Professor Sidlow has won numerous teaching awards, including the Outstanding Teaching Award and the Mortar Board Senior Honorary Favorite Professor Award (Miami University) and the College of Arts and Sciences Award for Outstanding Teaching, the Freshman Class Favorite Professor Award, and the invitation to deliver the "Last Lecture" (Northwestern University). At Eastern Michigan University, he served as Department Head in Political Science from 1995-2000. In 2009, he was named Honors Professor of the Year by the Honors College and was also recognized with the EMU Alumni Association?s Award for Teaching Excellence. His articles have appeared in POLICY STUDIES REVIEW, JOURNAL OF LAW & POLITICS, THE JOURNAL OF GENERAL EDUCATION, WESTERN POLITICAL QUARTERLY, and COLLEGE TEACHING. His recent publications include two books that focus on congressional elections (CQ Press, 2004) and congressional behavior (CQ Press, 2006).

Beth Henschen currently teaches at Eastern Michigan University and is a public policy consultant. After receiving her PhD from Ohio State University, she served as a faculty member at Purdue University and at Loyola University Chicago, where she was frequently recognized for teaching excellence and was named Professor of the Year by the Honors Student Association. Her primary research focus has been judicial politics, and her articles have appeared in AMERICAN POLITICAL SCIENCE REVIEW, POLITICAL RESEARCH QUARTERLY, AMERICAN POLITICS QUARTERLY, JOURNAL OF LAW & POLITICS, POLICY STUDIES REVIEW, and LEGISLATIVE STUDIES QUARTERLY, as well as COLLEGE TEACHING, and THE JOURNAL OF GENERAL EDUCATION. She also has contributed chapters and articles to a number of edited volumes and has presented papers and delivered presentations at numerous professional conferences.

Larry N. Gerston is a professor of political science at San Jose State University. His work experiences include stints for a Los Angeles county supervisor and a California assembly member. Gerston has served since 1980 as the political analyst for the NBC-affiliate in the Bay Area. In addition, he writes a monthly column, "Up Front" for San Jose Magazine.

The Foundations of Our American System
America in the Twenty-First Century
The Constitution
Federalism
Our Liberties and Rights
Civil Liberties
Civil Rights
The Politics of Democracy
Interest Groups
Political Parties
Public Opinion and Voting
Campaigns and Elections
Politics and the Media
Institutions
Congress
The Presidency
The Bureaucracy
The Judiciary
Public Policy
Domestic Policy
Foreign Policy
California Politics
California's People, Economy, and Politics
California's Political Parties and Direct Democracy
California Elections, Campaigns, and the Media
California Interest Groups
The Legislature: The Perils of Policymaking
California Law: Courts, Judges, and Politics
The Executive Branch: Coping with Fragmented Authority
Taxing and Spending: Budgetary Politics and Policies
Local Government in California
State-Federal Relations: Conflict, Cooperation, and Chaos

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