Andrew Heywood

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Andrew Heywood is a British author of textbooks on politics and political science.[1]

Bibliography[edit]

  • Political Ideologies: An Introduction (1992, Palgrave MacMillan)
  • Political Ideas and Concepts: An Introduction (1994, Palgrave MacMillan)[2]
  • Political Theory: An Introduction, first appeared as Political Ideas and Concepts: An Introduction (1994, Palgrave MacMillan)[2][3]
  • Politics (1997, Palgrave MacMillan)[4]
  • Key Concepts in Politics (2000, Palgrave MacMillan)
  • British Politics (2008, Palgrave MacMillan)
  • Essentials of UK Politics (2008, Palgrave MacMillan)
  • Global Politics (2011, Palgrave MacMillan)
  • Key Concepts in Politics and International Relations (2015, Palgrave)
  • Essentials of UK Politics: For as and A-Level (2017, Palgrave)

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References[edit]

  1. ^ Swain, Harriet (5 October 2007). "A textbook case for writing one". The Times Higher Education Supplement. Retrieved 24 September 2017.
  2. ^ a b Sarraga, Jessica (20 May 1994). "Free and just states of mind -- Political Ideas and Concepts (book review)". The Times Educational Supplement; London.
  3. ^ "Politics: the isms and isn'ts". Times Higher Education. 18 February 2000. Retrieved 24 September 2017.
  4. ^ Conley, Frank (3 October 1997). "Thoroughness wins the vote (book review)". The Times Educational Supplement; London.

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