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Ideas, Interests, and Issues Readings in Introductory Politics

ISBN-10: 0132068966

ISBN-13: 9780132068963

Edition: 2nd 2009

Authors: George A. MacLean, Brenda O'Neill

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Book details

Edition: 2nd
Copyright year: 2009
Publisher: Pearson Education Canada
Binding: Paperback
Pages: 384
Size: 7.25" wide x 9.50" long x 0.75" tall
Weight: 0.990
Language: English

George MacLean was a Director of European Technical Analysis for Informa Global Markets/Standard and Poors MMS where he analysed the European Cash Bond Market from a technical perspective. He worked for Dow Jones and MSM as a Senior Technical Analyst and was dispatched all over the world as a troubleshooter. He contributes to the Society of Technical Analysts (STA) distance learning course and was a lecturer on the South Bank University/STA Diploma Course and the LSE/STA Diploma Course. He is currently an examiner for the STA Diploma and Level II of the International Federation of Technical Analysts Diploma in Technical Analysis.

Introduction: How to Use this Book
Political Science and Political Action
The Triumph of Democracy?(New)
The Experience of Politics
How to Be an Activist
The Impact of Culture on Politics
The Classical Greeks: How to be a Citizen
Globalization Then and Now(New)
Where We Stand Today: The State of Modern Political Science
Political Theories and Perspectives
Ten Conservative Principles
The End of History?(New)
Socialism and Democracy
A Day Without Feminism
Structures and Processes
Responsible Government Won and Lost: Parliamentarians Play-Act Their Accountability Roles
Poll-Driven Politicsm -- The Role of Public Opinion in Canada(New)
How They Operate(New)
From Equality Rights to Same-Sex Marriage: Parliament and the Courts in the Age of the Charter
Virtual Political Parties and The Decline of Democracy
Citizenship and Participation
What Democracy Ishellip; and Is Not
Democracy, Prosperity, Citizens and the State
Willing to Participate: Political Engagement of Young Adults(New)
Centre for Research and Information on Canada (CRIC), Voter Participation in Canada: Is Canadian Democracy in Crisis?
E-Democracy: A Critical Evaluation of the Ultimate E-Dream(New)
Going Global
Security in the New Millennium
9/11 "Terrorism," "Root Causes" and All That: Policy Implications of the Socio-Cultural Argument
The Responsibility to Protect and the Duty to Punish: Politics and Justice in a Safer World
Building Democracy after Conflict: Lessons from Iraq?(New)
Canada: Fading Power or Future Power
The Governance of North America Naftarsquo;s Stunted Institutions(New)
Sustainability Law: Respecting the Laws of Nature(New)