Cotta, M., Della Porta, D. and Morlino, L., Scienza politica, Bologna, Il Mulino, 2008.
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Understanding political systems and their internal dynamics.
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Professor Tarchi meets the students every Tuesday from 3 p.m. to 4.30 p.m. Changes will be communicated through the website of the Scuola di Scienze Politiche.
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Oral examination: students must answer three questions to verify the adequate knowledge of the fondamental concepts of Political Science, through the explanation and discussion of the whole content of the book adopted for the course. Overall assessment.
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The final exam is written and based on 5-6 short answers (within one hour and a half time). Students from non-Italian Universities only may take the oral exam instead of the written exam, if they prefer so. No mid-term exam is provided.
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The basis of the scientific analysis of politics. Political regimes. Arenes and actor of politics: parliaments, parties, pressure groups, social movements. Electoral systems. Political participation. Public policies. Bureaucracy. Local government. Judiciary system. International Politics.
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The scientific analysis of politics: definitions and methods. Political regimes: democracies and autocracies. Political participation: movements, groups, parties. Political communication. Elections, electoral systems and party systems. Parliaments and representation. The government. Public policies. Burocracy. Local politics. The Judicial system. International politics.