Instructor Getting Started Guide
- Download a PDF of the book
- Read and Annotate the PDF
- Download the PowerPoint Lecture Slides
- Chapter 1 – Why Study Comparative Politics
- Chapter 2 – How to Study Comparative Politics – Using Comparative Methods
- Chapter 3 – States and Regimes
- Chapter 4 – Democracies and Democratization
- Chapter 5 – Non-democracies and Democratic Backsliding
- Chapter 6 – Political Identity – Culture, Race, Ethnicity, and Gender
- Chapter 7 – Political Identity – Nationalism, Religion, and Class
- Chapter 8 – Political Economy
- Chapter 9 – Collective Action and Social Movements
- Chapter 10 – Comparative Public Opinion
- Chapter 11 – Political Violence
- Chapter 12 – Challenges and Questions in Comparative Politics
Canvas Course Shell
Available on Canvas Commons and includes the following:
- Modules organized by chapter.
- Each chapter module has:
- Unpublished, blank Welcome page.
- Published “Reading and Lecture Slides” page that contains link to complete textbook on LibreText and embedded PowerPoint.
- Published External URL for each Chapter Section so students can read textbook within Canvas.
- Published Quiz with 5 multiple choice questions.
- Published Assignment with Critical Thinking Questions.
Options for Using the Book and Slides
- Option 1: Use entire book and lecture slides, and assign 1 chapter per week
- Option 2: Use entire book and lecture slides, and assign 4 chapters over 2 week periods, and the remaining 8 chapters for 1 week periods
- Option 3: Use specific chapters and lecture slides of the book to complement your existing course materials