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Reader's Corner Graduate Statistics Courses at IUB
Semester:

Fall 2015

POLS-G 599:THESIS RESEARCH (6668)

Credit Hours: 0.0 | CASE Requirement: None

Instructor: Scheuerman,William

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POLS-G 901:ADVANCED RESEARCH (5994)

Credit Hours: 6.0 | CASE Requirement: None

Instructor: Campbell,Amanda Claire

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POLS-Y 550:POLS & PROFESSIONAL DEV (11112)

Credit Hours: 1.0 | CASE Requirement: None

Instructor: Hershey,Marjorie R.

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POLS-Y 550:POLS & PROFESSIONAL DEV (31416)

Credit Hours: 1.0 | CASE Requirement: None

Instructor: Hershey,Marjorie R.

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POLS-Y 561:AMERICAN POL: APPROACH & ISS (33434)

Credit Hours: 3.0 | CASE Requirement: None

Instructor: Braman,Eileen
Day & Time: W 12:15 PM - 2:15 PM
Building & Room Number: Woodburn Hall 218

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POLS-Y 565:PUB ADM, LAW & POL: APP & ISS (12234)

Credit Hours: 3.0 | CASE Requirement: None

Instructor: McGinnis,Michael Dean
Day & Time: R 3:30 PM - 5:30 PM
Building & Room Number: Woodburn Hall 218

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POLS-Y 569:INTL RELNS: APPROACHES & ISS (30958)

Credit Hours: 3.0 | CASE Requirement: None

Instructor: Thompson,William R.
Day & Time: M 4:00 PM - 6:00 PM
Building & Room Number: Cedar Hall C103

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POLS-Y 570:INTRO TO STUDY OF POLITICS (10051)

Credit Hours: 3.0 | CASE Requirement: None

Instructor: Scheuerman,William
Day & Time: T 10:10 AM - 12:10 PM
Building & Room Number: Ballantine Hall 137

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POLS-Y 575:POLITICAL DATA ANALYSIS I (14464)

Credit Hours: 3.0 | CASE Requirement: None

Instructor: DeSante,Christopher David
Day & Time: R 10:00 AM - 12:00 PM
Building & Room Number: Wells Library 851

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POLS-Y 577:TOPICS IN DATA ANALYSIS (33431)

Credit Hours: 3.0 | CASE Requirement: None

Instructor: Hellwig,Timothy
Day & Time: M 10:00 AM - 12:00 PM
Building & Room Number: Woodburn Hall 218

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POLS-Y 579:QUAL METHDS IN POLITICAL RSRCH (13260)

Credit Hours: 3.0 | CASE Requirement: None

Instructor: MacLean,Lauren Mathews Morris
Day & Time: W 10:10 AM - 12:10 PM
Building & Room Number: Cedar Hall C101

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POLS-Y 657:COMPARATIVE POLITICS (15426)

Credit Hours: 3.0 | CASE Requirement: None

Instructor: Smyth,Regina
Day & Time: M 6:30 PM - 8:30 PM
Building & Room Number: Woodburn Hall 218

Course Description:
Recent research on the relationship between electoral competition and regime change yielded a growing set of studies of the role that elections play in mediating state-society relations in authoritarian (or semi-authoritarian) regimes. Labeled electoral authoritarian regimes, these states combine formal electoral competition with formal and informal structures designed to limit that competition. Drawing from literature from a number of disparate cases, approaches and methods, this class will explore the conditions under which elections may either shore up or weaken authoritarian states. One goal of the class is to debate these issues in light of students¿ expertise and interests across cases and regions, including but not limited to Africa, MENA States, Latin America, Post-communist States and China. We address key issues of authoritarian durability: the role of elections in regime governance, economic growth, sources of popular support for authoritarianism, the importance of symbolic politics, the rise of anti-regime protest movements and an electoral model of regime change. Reading will include book length monographs on a wide range of cases. Assignments will be based on weekly readings as well as a final project that allows students to explore the literature in their country or region of interest.

POLS-Y 657:COMPARATIVE POLITICS (30326)

Credit Hours: 3.0 | CASE Requirement: None

Instructor: Sinno,Abdulkader
Day & Time: T 6:15 PM - 8:15 PM
Building & Room Number: Woodburn Hall 218

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POLS-Y 661:AMERICAN POLITICS (6012)

Credit Hours: 3.0 | CASE Requirement: None

Instructor: Fraga,Bernard L.
Day & Time: R 1:00 PM - 3:00 PM
Building & Room Number: Wells Library 031
Topic Title: POL OF RACE ETHNICITY & GENDER

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POLS-Y 669:INTERNATIONAL RELATIONS (10053)

Credit Hours: 3.0 | CASE Requirement: None

Instructor: Winecoff,William Kindred
Day & Time: T 4:00 PM - 6:00 PM
Building & Room Number: Ballantine Hall 137

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POLS-Y 669:INTERNATIONAL RELATIONS (33791)

Credit Hours: 3.0 | CASE Requirement: None

Instructor: Liff,Adam Phail
Day & Time: R 2:30 PM - 5:00 PM
Building & Room Number: Cedar Hall C107

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POLS-Y 673:EMPIRICAL THEORY & METHODOLOGY (6013)

Credit Hours: 3.0 | CASE Requirement: None

Instructor: Cole,Daniel H.
Day & Time: T 3:00 PM - 5:00 PM
Building & Room Number: Political Theory 102
Topic Title: INST ANALYSIS & DVPT: MICRO

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POLS-Y 675:POLITICAL PHILOSOPHY (7360)

Credit Hours: 3.0 | CASE Requirement: None

Instructor: Craiutu,Aurelian
Day & Time: W 2:30 PM - 4:30 PM
Building & Room Number: Wells Library 1051

Course Description:
This course explores the concept of revolution in modern political thought in connection with the making of the modern world. It does so by examining key revolutionary moments in the history of modern Europe and America: 1688, 1776, 1789, 1848, 1917, and 1989. These revolutions reshaped the political map and challenged the conceptual vocabulary of social scientists by challenging them to rethink the prerequisites of political change and the conditions under which the latter can be brought to a successful end. The course that has both a historical and a contemporary part focuses on the lessons that scholars could earn from reflecting on the legacies of these historical moments. Here are the questions that we shall emphasize in our discussions: How do revolutions come to an end? What factors can contribute to constitutionalizing the newly gained liberties? How must new regimes deal with the legacy of the past?

POLS-Y 681:READINGS IN COMP POLITICS (6014)

Credit Hours: 1.0 - 4.0 | CASE Requirement: None

Instructor: Campbell,Amanda Claire

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POLS-Y 683:READINGS IN AMER POLITICS (6015)

Credit Hours: 1.0 - 4.0 | CASE Requirement: None

Instructor: Campbell,Amanda Claire

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POLS-Y 685:READ IN PUBLIC ADMIN,LAW & POL (6016)

Credit Hours: 1.0 - 4.0 | CASE Requirement: None

Instructor: Campbell,Amanda Claire

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POLS-Y 687:READINGS IN INTL RELATIONS (6017)

Credit Hours: 1.0 - 4.0 | CASE Requirement: None

Instructor: Campbell,Amanda Claire

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POLS-Y 689:READ IN POLITIC THEORY & MTHD (6018)

Credit Hours: 1.0 - 4.0 | CASE Requirement: None

Instructor: Campbell,Amanda Claire

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POLS-Y 689:READ IN POLITIC THEORY & MTHD (10810)

Credit Hours: 1.0 - 4.0 | CASE Requirement: None

Instructor: Scheuerman,William

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POLS-Y 780:DIR RES IN POLITICAL SCIENCE (6019)

Credit Hours: 1.0 - 4.0 | CASE Requirement: None

Instructor: Campbell,Amanda Claire

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POLS-Y 880:THESIS A M (6020)

Credit Hours: 1.0 - 4.0 | CASE Requirement: None

Instructor: Campbell,Amanda Claire

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POLS-Y 890:THESIS PH D (6021)

Credit Hours: 1.0 - 12.0 | CASE Requirement: None

Instructor: Campbell,Amanda Claire

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POLS-Y 890:THESIS PH D (8973)

Credit Hours: 1.0 - 12.0 | CASE Requirement: None

Instructor: Campbell,Amanda Claire

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