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Political Science Books on Reserve at TCC
A selection of political science textbooks and study materials can be found on reserve at each campus Library. Selection will vary by campus. Search the TCC Library Catalog Course Reserves to see available titles. Reserve materials are for in-library use only.
Selected Government Books
Call Number: JF519 .G68 2015
Publication Date: 2015-03-24
"Opposing Viewpoints: Government Gridlock: Opposing Viewpoints is the leading source for libraries and classrooms in need of current-issue materials. The viewpoints are selected from a wide range of highly respected sources and publications."
Call Number: JK468.I6 E64 2014
Publication Date: 2014-10-07
In 1964, a book entitled The Invisible Government shocked Americans with its revelations of a growing world of intelligence agencies playing fast and loose around the planet, a secret government lodged inside the one they knew that even the president didn't fully control. Almost half a century later, everything about that invisible government" has grown vastly larger, more disturbing, and far more visible. In his new book, Tom Engelhardt takes in something new under the sun: what is nolonger, as in the 1960s, a national security state, but a global security one, fighting secret wars that have turned the president into an assassin-in-chief. Shadow Government offers a powerful survey of a democracy of the wealthy that your grandparents wouldn't have recognized."
Political Science Research Methods
Call Number: JA88.U6 C535 2014
Publication Date: 2014-01-01
The principal goal of this textbook is to provide clear and elementary descriptions of the major statistical techniques used in political and social science research. The book is built on two basic assumptions. First, that it is possible to explain social science statistics in a simple and straightforward manner so that students with a minimal background in math can understand even fairly advanced techniques, such as multiple and logistic regression. Second, that undergraduate and even graduate students have less trouble in understanding specific techniques than in interpreting what statistical results mean substantively. Consequently, the book stresses the interpretation of research findings.In essence, the book argues that political science research is like piecing a jigsaw puzzle together.
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