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  Department of Political Science
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Spring 2013 COURSES 

Office Hours: TTH 10:10-12:10

 

 

 

PLSI 404

Chinese Politics

(GE Segment III)

 
http://ilearn.sfsu.edu

Video

"China: The Soul of the Wild Dragon"

"The Genius that was China: 1. Rise of the Dragon"

"China: A Century of Revolution”(1911-49)

"China: A Century of Revolution”(1949-76)

PLSI 411

East Asian Politics

(GE Segment III)

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PLSI 418

Political Transition in E and SE Asia

(GWAR)

 

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http://ilearn.sfsu.edu

 

PLSI 250

Comparative Politics

 

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 http://ilearn.sfsu.edu

 

 

 

Research Assistance: Ask a librarian via online chat or in person at the 1st floor Research Commons. 
PLSI Research Guide:
http://libguides.sfsu.edu/politicalscience

Subject specific research consultations: Mira Foster, PLSI Librarian
Email:
mira@sfsu.edu, Tel: (415) 405-2590

 


North China University of Technology


RESOURCES

 

Writing Paper Guidelines

Criteria for Evaluating Papers

How to write a good paper

  Citation and Style Guides

Department Plagiarism Policy

  Finding Academic Sources

Major works on Totalitarianism

Undergraduate Advising

The First Interview (published by The Chronicle of Higher Education)

 

TEACHING SPECIALTY AND INTEREST

 

Courses taught:  Introduction to Political Science; Introduction to International Relations; Introduction to Political Ideologies; Introduction to Political Economy; Comparative Politics; Comparative Political Economy; Comparative Asian Politics; East Asian Politics; Chinese Politics;  Political Transition in East and Southeast Asia; International Political Economy; American National Security;  Politics of Developing Areas; senior seminar: Theory and Practice of Democratic Transitions.  Graduate seminars: Comparative Politics; Democracies and Democratization; Asian Transitions from Communism.