Comparative Politics of Southeast Asia (2015GIR)

This course analyses Southeast Asia's intrusive, but often ramshackle state apparatuses, its diversity of political regime types, its partially globalised economies, and its plural, often divided societies. Its most fundamental aim is to assess the challenges that these ambiguous political and socio-economic factors pose for the introduction and perpetuation of political democracy. As such, this course can best be understood as part of a new sub-field of comparative democratisation. Prerequisites: NIL Co-requisites: NIL Incompatibles: 2014IBA Comparative Politics of Southeast Asia

Course study information

Credit points (awarded)

10 (10)

Study level

Student contribution band

Band 1

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Nathan Trimester 2

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