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Political Corruption (Colgate University)

This course, run by Professor Michael Johnston, is part of the Political Science Programme at Colgate University.

Like it or not, corruption is a significant form of political influence, as much a part of politics as voting or writing a member of Congress. Indeed, in some parts of the world, corruption is not the exception, but the norm. This course examines the limits of privately interested political action in a variety of societies and considers possible explanations for corruption, examines case studies drawn from American politics and from other nations, and identifies the consequences of corruption, both for whole societies and for important groups within them. Reforms are a concern as well. Finally, the class considers the ways people in a variety of cultures judge right and wrong, and how they respond to the wrongdoing they perceive around them.

For details about Professor Johnston, see: http://www.colgate.edu/facultysearch/FacultyDirectory/Mjohnston

For more information on Colgate University, please see the following link: http://www.colgate.edu/


14 Nov 2013



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