POST 104B PZ -Campaigns and Parties Practicum: Voters and Party Systems
Description: This module of the campaign and parties practicum allows students who have undertaken internships in a political party or electoral campaign over the summer to systematize and analyze the experience they have acquired. Topics covered include voting behavior, public opinion and partisanship, the Latino electorate, Evangelical voters, party ideologies, the development of the American party system, and comparative party politics. Students are expected to take POST104B after completing their internship and upon returning to campus in the Fall. Under special circumstances, students who have not taken POST104A or completed an internship may be allowed to enroll.
Prerequisite(s): Please check course schedule for requirements.
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