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Author: Peter Gill,Geoffrey Ponton
ISBN13: 978-0631187844
Title: Introduction to Politics
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Language: English
Category: Social Sciences
Publisher: Wiley-Blackwell; 3 edition (August 20, 1993)
Pages: 340

Introduction to Politics by Peter Gill,Geoffrey Ponton

Geoffrey Ponton and Peter Gill teach at Liverpool John Moores University. Peter Gill is the author of Policing Politics (1993) and Geoffrey Ponton of The Soviet Era (1993). This item: Introduction to Politics. There's a problem loading this menu right now.

Geoffrey Ponton, Peter Gill.

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Geoffrey Ponton and Peter Gill teach at Liverpool John Moores University. Close X. Follow us. Explore. List of Figures and Tables. Part I: The Study of Politics:. 1. The Meaning and Scope of Politics. 2. Approaches and Levels. 3. Key Concepts - 1: Power, Authority and Legitimacy.

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This new edition of Ponton and Gill's well-known text continues toprovide students with a superlative guide to political concepts andinstitutions. The second edition has sold in excess of 5,500 copiesThoroughly revised and updated, also two completely newchapters on global politicsClearly structured for course use, each chapter length to suita week's readingClearly written and accessible, very lucid introduction topolitical concepts