|Module Title||COMPARATIVE DEMOCRACY|
|Co-ordinator||Dr Lucy Taylor|
|Other staff||Professor Michael Foley|
|Course delivery||Lecture||16 Hours 16 x 1 hour|
|Seminars / Tutorials||8 Hours 8 x 1 hour|
|Essay||1 x 2,500 word essay||40%|
This course provides an analytical foundation to the critical study of democracy through the application of comparative analytical techniques. It seeks to bridge the gap between the empirical and the normative elements by focusing upon the principles, properties, policies and challenges of democracy in the varied context of the post cold war world.
The module is designed to give students an understanding of:
10 ECTS Credits
** Recommended Text
David Held. Models of Democracy.
edited by D Potter et al. Demorcatization.