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Canadian government and politics in comparative perspective
Earl H. Fry
by University Press of America
Written in English
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It begins with an overview of the nature of government and politics, considers basic political processes and behaviour, and concludes with an assessment of the Canadian polity.
Discussions of American and British systems are included to place the Canadian system in a broad by: It begins with an overview of the nature of government and politics, considers basic political processes and behaviour, and concludes with an assessment of the Canadian polity.
Discussions of American and British systems are included to place the Canadian system in a broad perspective.5/5(1). Additional Physical Format: Online version: Fry, Earl H. Canadian government and politics in comparative perspective.
Lanham, MD: University Press of America, © “Canadian Government and Politics is a comprehensive and thoughtful overview of the most important institutions and processes of Canadian political life. The authors demonstrate a breadth and depth of knowledge which will help students at all levels better understand their political system.
The conditions of colonial politics in Canada between and produced features that became permanent landmarks of post-Confederation Canadian politics -- sharp partisan battles, intense use of patronage, strong one-man dominance in party leadership, and a 'statist' orientation not only in government in Ottawa but also in Ontario and : Gordon T.
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To complement the textbook and add a comparative dimension, a selection of. Examination of the structure and processes of the Canadian federal cabinet from Canadian government and politics in comparative perspective book to the present day, including comparison with practice in Canadian provinces and other Westminster jurisdictions, with special focus given to relations between the prime minister, ministers, public servants and political staff.
Required Books. Introduction: The Comparative Turn in Canadian Political Science Robert Vipond Imagine, if you will, that you were a student entering a doctoral program to study Canadian politics at some point between the mids and the early s – that is, during the most rapid expansion in graduate education at Canadian universities.
Canadian Government and Politics content covers the political-institutional foundations, political processes and public policies of Canada. Topics covered are the Canadian constitution, the executive, parliament, the public service, the federal system, the Charter of Rights and Freedoms, the courts, political parties, the electoral system, interest groups, social movements, Quebec nationalism, and.
Comparative Politics and Government Objective 1. To make the students understand the conceptual bases of the comparative government and politics. To enable the students to do a comparative analysis of the different kinds of Political system in the world.
perspective and awareness in the vale of political knowledge, which contains both File Size: 2MB. Additional Physical Format: Online version: Fry, Earl H. Canadian government and politics in comparative perspective.
Washington: University Press of America, Now in its sixth edition, The Canadian Regime continues to provide the most accessible introduction to the institutions, processes, and principles of the Canadian political system.
The book's focus on the inner logic of parliamentary government explains the rationale for Canada's relatively complex political system, which the authors encourage readers to think of as an organic entity, where 5/5(1). Canadian political literature is that those who have held the office of Prime Minister in recent years have been deficient in the arts of government.
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in Canadian politics, including POL Y (Canadian Government and Politics) or POL Y (Canada in Comparative Perspective). Awarded on the basis of academic merit and financial need to a student who has successfully completed the first year in the Faculty of Arts and Science who has enrolled in a Specialist Program in Political Science.“The Concept of Left and Right in Cross National Research,” Comparative Political Studies 2 (), –21; Laponce, Jean, “In Search of Stable Elements of the Left-Right Landscape,” Comparative Politics 4 (), –75, “A Note on the Use of the Left-Right Dimension,” Comparative Political Studies 2 (), – Cited by: An important study of a social and political issue that has immediate local, national, and international consequences, Canadian Language Policies in Comparative Perspective assembles knowledgeable authorities on language policy to provide a comprehensive synthesis of its : Michael A.