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ÓrgãoIPOL Instituto de Ciência Política
Código398390
DenominaçãoTeoria e Anállise Política: Política e Instituições
NívelMestrado
Início da Vigência em1985/1
Pré-requisitosDisciplina sem pré-requisitos
EmentaInício da Vigência em 2012/2

A disciplina Tópicos de Análise Política 2 será voltada, fundamentalmente, para o estudo de diferentes modelos analíticos utilizados na ciência política contemporânea. Foco especial será dado a temas voltados para a análise das instituições, do comportamento político do poder político, do estado, e da relação entre o estado e a sociedade.
O curso será conduzido a partir de uma combinação de aulas expositivas e Participação intensa dos alunos.

ProgramaInício da Vigência em 2012/2

Cronograma Preliminar e Leituras

Unidade 1.
Introdução à disciplina.

Parte 1: Conceitos Básicos no Estudo da Política.

Unidade 2
Abordagens teóricas na ciência política.

Parte 2: Indivíduos, Grupos e Contextos.

Unidade 3.
Relações Estado e Sociedade.

Unidade 4
Informação, Participação Política e Desigualdade.

Unidade 5
Contexto, Instituições e Comportamento Eleitoral.

Unidade 6
Cultura política e Capital Social.

Parte 3: O Estudo das Instituições Políticas.
Estudando Instituições na Perspectiva da Economia.

Unidade 7
Estudando Instituições na Perspectiva da Economia.

Unidade 8
Endogeneizando as Instituições Políticas.

Unidade 9.
Organizações e Transformação Institucional.

Unidade 10
Historia, Tempo e Seqüência.

Unidade 11
Idéias, Políticas Públicas e Instituições.

Unidade 12
Redes Sociais nas Instituições Políticas.

Unidade 13
Instituições, Complexidade e Agency.








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