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Essential Topics in British Politics and Government

 

Title:

Essential Topics in British Politics and Government

Author:

Cocker, Phil and Jones, Alistair

Edition:

Second Edition.

Binding:

Paperback

Publisher:

Liverpool Academic Press

Date:

10/20/94

ISBN:

1903499321

9781903499320


Price:

£19.99


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Essential Topics in British Politics and Government - Cocker, Phil and Jones, Alistair
 
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This highly successful text, originally written by Phil Cocker, has been completely revised by Alistair Jones and up-dated to cover recent developments on the political scene.
Essential Topics is a key text for students at A/S, A2 and undergraduate courses in British Government and Politics, as well as Citizenship. It covers a wide range of important topics that are essential elements of the curriculum. Unlike many other texts, Essential Topics focuses upon particular aspects of general subject areas. Each chapter analyses a key question, such as: Does Britain need a written constitution?; Is Britain still ‘the dirty man of Europe’?; Is there still a glass ceiling?; Is Britain still the ‘reluctant’ European?; Are we moving towards a federal Britain?; Is there now a Presidential Prime Minister?
These and a range of other questions are examined in detail. Definitions of key terms are highlighted, and a summary of key terms is provided at the end of each chapter. Added to this, supplementary reading lists and internet sites are also included to enable students to utilise a wide variety of resources.


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Alistair Jones is a Senior Lecturer in the Department of Public Policy at De Montfort University, Leicester. He is Programme Leader of the B.A. International Business and Globalisation course. Alistair has published a range of articles in a number of journals, including Talking Politics. He has also appeared as a political commentator on both radio and television.
Phil Cocker is an experienced lecturer and an examiner for several major boarda.

Alistair Jones and Phil Cocker have also co-written Contemporary British Politics and Government (Liverpool Academic Press, 2002).

 
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