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Living Democracy, 2010 Update, Brief National Version

ISBN-10: 0205781675

ISBN-13: 9780205781676

Edition: 2nd 2011

Authors: Daniel M. Shea, Joanne Connor Green, Christopher E. Smith

List price: $117.60
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Everything about this dynamic bookfrom its engaging writing and examples, to its bold graphics and photos, to its innovative learning pedagogy and interactive assessmentis designed to get students to participate in their learning, in the classroom, and in all aspects of American politics. Lead author Dan Shea, founder of the Center for Political Participation, along with co-authors Joanne Connor Green and Christopher E. Smith teamed up to write an American Government text that helps students experience the impact of government in their daily lives and inspires them to work to affect that government in return. Written with the belief that the American Government course is critically important for our studentsas well as for the long-term stability of the democratic processLiving Democracyhelps students draw connections between course topics and current events and find a role for themselves in politics and government. The Brief edition includes the coverage of the comprehensive version in a stream-lined format.
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Book details

List price: $117.60
Edition: 2nd
Copyright year: 2011
Publisher: Longman Publishing Group
Publication date: 1/19/2010
Binding: Paperback
Pages: 656
Size: 8.75" wide x 10.50" long x 1.00" tall
Weight: 2.992
Language: English

Chris Smith is a wildlife artist living in Interlochen, MI. He has illustrated over a dozen books & is the contributing artist for the "Retriever Journal" & "Pointing Dog Journal", & co-author of "Waterfowling Horizons", a book about modern waterfowling methods.

Foundations of American Government
American Government: Democracy in Action
Early Governance and the Constitutional Framework
The Institutions of American Government
Federalism
The Judiciary
Civil Liberties and Civil Rights
Congress
The Presidency
Bureaucracy
The American Public and the Democratic Process
Political Socialization and Public Opinion
The Politics of the Media
Interest Groups, Social Movements, and Civic Engagement
Elections and Political Participation in America
Political Parties
Public Policy
The Policy Process