Dr. Mark N. Gose

Political Science

 

Office: Psychology, Room 118                                                                                

Telephone: (719) 549-2020                                                                           Office Hours (Spring 2010): 

                                                                                                                       

   Biography                                                                                                          T:   1:00-3:00

                                                                                                                              W: 11:00-1:00

                                                                                                                             TH:  1:00-3:00

                                                                                                                                                     

NOTES: PS101—See changes to syllabus schedule as of 6 April.

 

Spring 2010 Classes

Political Science 201: Comparative Politics and Government

PS 201 Syllabus

- Lijphart Reading

 

- Eckstein Reading

 

- Coleman-Downs Reading

 

- Schmitter Reading

“Nations, States, and Nation-States: Perilous Identities” (Gose)

”Democratic Peace Theory”  (Gose)

- Government Paper Assignment

 

Political Science 101: Introduction to American Government

 

PS 101 Syllabus

 

- Thought Paper Assignment

 

 

 

Continuing Education Classes

Political Science 200: Human Conflict

Note: Contact CSU-Pueblo Office of Continuing Education for Syllabus and Lesson/Study Guides

Separate Readings not in text:

Reading: (Rubin 1)

Reading: (Schellenberg)

Reading: (Freud)

Reading (Van Crefeld)

Reading (Rubin 2)

Reading (Fukuyama)

Reading (Huntington)

Reading (Barber)

Political Science 202:  Introduction to World Politics

Note: Contact CSU-Pueblo Office of Continuing Education for Syllabus and Lesson/Study Guides

Separate Readings not in text:

“Nations, States, and Nation-States: Perilous Identities” (Gose)

”Democratic Peace Theory”  (Gose)