Books in category Political Science – Civics & Citizenship

  • American Federalism

    American Federalism
    Larry N. Gerston

    Author Larry N. Gerston examines the historical and philosophical underpinnings of federalism; the various "change events" that have been involved in defining America's unique set of federal principles over time; and the vertical, …

  • Reconstructing Citizenship

    Reconstructing Citizenship
    Miriam Feldblum

    Provides the most comprehensive analysis of the rise of citizenship conflict in contemporary France.

  • Why We Vote

    Why We Vote
    David E. Campbell

    In this well-argued book, David Campbell finds support for this view, but also shows that homogenous communities often have very high levels of civic participation despite a lack of political conflict.

  • England s Citizenship Education Experiment

    England’s Citizenship Education Experiment
    Lee Jerome

    To answer these questions this book considers a range of evidence from large scale national and international research projects to single school case studies, conducted with student co-researchers.

  • A Wilderness of Marshes

    A Wilderness of Marshes
    Kerrie L. Macpherson

    A Wilderness of Marshes traces Shanghai's medical infrastructure from its conception to the implementation of a Western-style public health system and a municipal government to manage it.

  • The 50 American

    The 50% American
    Stanley A. Renshon

    Comprehensive in scope, this book examines recent immigration trends, tracing the assimilation process that immigrants to the United States undergo and describing how federal, state, and local governments have dealt with volatile issues …

  • Civic Service

    Civic Service
    James L. Perry, Ann Marie Thomson

    Divided into four key parts, this groundbreaking volume presents original information not found anywhere else. Selected Contents: Part 1. Ideological and Historical Context1. The Ideal2. Policy EvolutionPart 2. Evidence and Methods3.

  • Extending Citizenship Reconfiguring States

    Extending Citizenship, Reconfiguring States
    Michael P. Hanagan, Charles Tilly

    Extending Citizenship, Reconfiguring States presents a thematically unified analysis of changing citizenship practices over two centuries-from the eve of the French Revolution to contemporary China.

  • The Internet and Democratic Citizenship

    The Internet and Democratic Citizenship
    Stephen Coleman, Jay G. Blumler

    This book examines how the Internet can improve public communications and enrich democracy.

  • How Internet Radio Can Change the World

    How Internet Radio Can Change the World
    Eric Lee

    In early 2004, the author launched the first online labor radio station and this book reveals exactly what was involved in setting it up.

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