Students are often hesitant to become involved in the political process. One book changes that. American Government and Politics Today 2009-2010 Edition, 14e uses intriguing examples and hands-on exercises to engage students in the fascinating intricacies of American government -- inspiring them to participate in the political process. As it introduces concepts, the text points to specific ways students can participate, showing how individuals -- including students -- can make a profound impact. It illustrates that active participation can be as simple as calling a local politician to share an opinion, registering to vote, or viewing a town council meeting on local access cable -- demonstrating how small steps can make a difference. Helping build students' critical thinking skills, discussions end with questions that prompt students to consider each concept from their point of view as well as the points of view of others and weigh the varying viewpoints. The 14th edition's powerful new administrative DVD and an innovative online Resource Center help instructors maximize their time and student results. The text also includes expanded coverage of the presidential election. Engaging and inspiring, AMERICAN GOVERNMENT AND POLITICS TODAY, 14e helps students discover how active, informed citizenship does make a difference. Important Notice: Media content referenced within the product description or the product text may not be available in the ebook version.Virtually the entire organized womena#39;s movement united behind the afreedom-of- choicea position, at the cost of alienating potential ... THE UNIVERSITY OF SOUTHERN Californiaa#39;s womena#39;s soccer team celebrates their championship in 2007.
|Title||:||American Government and Politics Today 2009-2010 Edition|
|Author||:||Steffen Schmidt, Mack Shelley, Barbara Bardes|
|Publisher||:||Cengage Learning - 2008-12-04|