Faculty of Arts
Comparative Regime Transition
Explores the way in which twentieth-century regimes have changed from being democratic to authoritarian (especially in the 1960s) and from being authoritarian to democratic (especially in the 1980s and 90s). Also considers current attempts to create and consolidate democratic regimes throughout the world.
Not taught in 2012
POLITICS 332: 15.0 points
30 points at Stage II in Political Studies; or 15 points from HISTORY 231, LATINAM 201, POLITICS 234, SPANISH 211, 213, 306