PSCI204 - POLITICAL PARTICIPATION
The course offers a broad understanding of the political tactics citizens implement to voice their policy preferences to government. This course introduces students to the mode, scope, and theoretical perspectives of political engagement. Analyzing political behavior that ranges from voting behavior to political protest, the course will address a variety of questions: Who engages in politics and why? What are the individual factors that hinder or facilitate engagement in the political arena? How have citizens political actions changed over time? While the course will mainly focus on the United States setting, it does offer a comparative perspective by considering politicaengagement in non-democratic regimes.
Section 001 - LEC
GILLION, DANIEL Q.
CLAIRE M. FAGIN HALL (NURSING 110