AMERICAN GOVERNMENT: Your Voice, Your Future, Sixth Edition Election Update
Matthew R. Kerbel

Matthew R. Kerbel, PhD​

Villanova University​

Pages: 610 Pages

Copyright Year: © 2018

Status: Available

Formats & Ordering ISBNs:

 

Paperback (Full Color): 978-1-942041-36-8

Paperback (B/W): 978-1-942041-34-4

Loose-Leaf (B/W): 978-1-942041-35-1

Online eTexbook: 978-1-942041-37-5

For Student (Value Series):

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Loose-Leaf )

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Study Guide

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AMERICAN GOVERNMENT: Your Voice, Your Future is a contemporary, affordable mainstream textbook that provides a comprehensive introduction to American government. The Sixth Edition offers a highly acclaimed nonideological framework, conversational narrative, and three integrated guiding themes: accessibility, relevance, and choice. The core print text and supplements are carefully crafted to work together to benefit both instructor and student.
Extensively revised and updated, it includes coverage of the Trump era and the 2018 election, and current debate regarding gun control, immigration reform, fiscal policy, health care reform, and more!
Students are invited to explore how theory is connected to practice, whether their ideas about government are rooted in opinion or fact, and why political actors act the way they do. In addition, the Sixth Edition offers instructors and students a variety of features that include:​​

​►Making our government and politics accessible and relevant ─ The text speaks to and with students about the citizenship choices available to them while presenting American government in terms they can relate to and appreciate.​
 
Unique narrative ─ A natural and relaxed writing style promotes a sense of a conversation  between author and reader.​​

​►Emphasis on critical thinking ─ Readers are invited to explore how theory is connected to practice, whether their ideas about government are rooted in opinion or fact, and why political actors - from citizens to politicians to lobbyists to reporters - act the way they do.​

A comparative perspective on American Government ─ Globalization boxes invite students to think comparatively about American government in an increasingly interconnected world.​

Meeting students here they learn and instructors where they teach ─ The narrative is presented in a modular style offering students material in digestible chunks and instructors flexibility in syllabus sequence.​

Updated to include coverage of current topics, data, and scholarly research ─ Newly revised  to include coverage of the Obama era, comprehensive  coverage of the 2016 election, debate over relevant issues, and other recent events.​

​►Student friendly pedagogy and features ─ Includes Chapter Learning Objectives, Marginal Notes, Comprehensive Chapter Reviews, and much more!​​​
 
Complete Instructor's Support Package ─ Instructor's Resource Manual, Test Item File, PowerPoint Lecture Slides, and Online Video Labs w/Student Worksheets.
For Instructors:

Instructor's Manual

Test Item

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PowerPoint Lecture Slides

Online Video Labs w/Student Worksheets

100% of Our Development, Production, and Manufacturing  are done here in the U.S.A.​