Wednesdays: 5:30-8:20 p.m.
The objectives of the course are to examine the essentials of the study of nationalism, review the literature and methodology, and to discuss the major examples of nationalism in comparative politics. Research work, methodology, synthesis, and evaluation of research studies will be judged in comparison with other POLS 6000-level classes---the highest level of graduate courses in political science at MSU.
Term Paper 200 points
Oral presentations 100 points
Book review 100 points
Class participation 100 points
Total 450 points
F 59 & below
All students must use The Publication Manual of the American Psychological Association.
Late assignments and papers will have grades reduced by one letter grade per class day.
Attendance is mandatory. Each student is permitted one absence.