Palgrave Macmillan, Basingstoke, United Kingdom
15th Jul 2005
w 189mm h 246mm d 31mm
Written specifically for undergraduate students by a leading scholar, teacher and writer this is the first major new textbook on British politics of the 21st century and the first fully to reflect the new multi-level character of governance in its organization and content. Its single authorship allows for fully integrated, even and consistent style and coverage while particular attention has been paid to presenting a range of interpretations and assessments rather than just one single point of view. A well-conceived range of features and illustrative material plus a website with a teachers' guide, OHP masters, a student guide, update materials and self-teaching questions complete the package. Also available is a companion website with extra features to accompany the text, please take a look by clicking below - http://www.palgrave.com/politics/moran/home.htm
very good condition, great book for politics and government, used it in my first year, no markings etc. no longer need it, selling it for fraction of the price!
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'A major landmark in the teaching of British politics which should become the standard student text for the early 21st century. Comprehensive, accessible, engaging and highly innovative, it provides a judicious mix of theory, analysis and substance complemented by highly creative and meticulously researched illustrative material throughout. Moran brings British politics alive as never before.' - Professor Colin Hay, University of Birmingham, UK 'Authoritative yet clear and accessible: written by a leading expert this is the best new textbook on British politics for many years.' - Professor Wyn Grant, University of Warwick, UK 'Drawing on the latest research Michael Moran provides a powerful new framework for understanding the way Britain is governed. It will be essential reading for all students of British politics.' - Professor Andrew Gamble, University of Sheffield, UK '[A]n utterly reliable guide to British politics. The combination of range, fluency of style, theoretically-informed insights render it an impressive compendium of British politics - Eric Shaw, THES