John Fobanjong

Professor

Political Science

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Liberal Arts 329


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Study of the politics of civil rights and the various philosophical approaches that have been used to extend such rights to groups that have traditionally had no access to the agenda setting processes within the legislative system. Cross-Listed as AAS 416; LST 416.

Theory and practice of national government in Congress, the Presidency, and the Supreme Court, and the interaction of these institutions with interest groups, political parties, public opinion and the mass media.

Comparative analysis of the political processes, ideologies, development, and governmental structure of countries from different regions of the world.

Comparative analysis of the political processes, ideologies, development, and governmental structure of countries from different regions of the world.

Examination of the general nature of the bureaucracy in public and private organization and in various cultural contexts. Attention is given to administrative responsibility.

A study of the contemporary politics of African states and governments, and providing exposure to the African historical backgrounds, political cultures, political trends, and ideology. The colonial heritage of African states, the quest for modernization and nation-building, and the transition to democratic governance are explored.

Available topics seminar in the field of American politics. Repeatable with change in content.

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Online and Continuing Education Courses

Examination of the general nature of the bureaucracy in public and private organization and in various cultural contexts. Attention is given to administrative responsibility.
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