Teaching International Affairs with Cases: Cross-National Perspectivesby Karen A Mingst, Katsuhiko Mori
This book introduces intellectual and pedagogical issues of teaching international affairs interactively. The contributors, all scholars and teachers, cite their experiences with using cases in different national settings and in teaching American students both about other geographical areas and global issues. The cases written for this volume are non-American centered, enabling students to examine the interdisciplinary material cross-nationally. 215 pp.
Meet the Author
Karen A. Mingst is chair and professor of political science at the University of Kentucky. Margaret P. Karns is professor of political science at the University of Dayton.
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