POLS 566. Social Welfare, Taxation, and the Citizen. 3 Hours S.

Most developed countries provide for the basic needs of their citizens. Many provide health care, free education, and even retirement funding in exchange for taxes. The U.S. is an exception. The course presents taxation systems in most developed countries, then explores the dimensions of social welfare, and the differential roles of citizens in each country. The final section of the course outlines legislative and legal possibilities for U.S. citizens. Prerequisite: Sophomore level or consent of the instructor. LEC.

Bachelor of Arts and Bachelor of General Studies in Political Science

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...American Democracy POLS 520 Political Campaigns POLS 521 Mass Media and Politics POLS 566 Social...

Minor in Public Policy in the United States

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...3 POLS 553 Comparative Environmental Politics 3 POLS 563 Comparative Political Economy 3 POLS 566...

Minor in Leadership Studies

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...Informatics POLS 520 Political Campaigns POLS 566 Social Welfare, Taxation, and the Citizen POLS 614...

Minor in Latino/a Studies

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...POLS 659 Political Dynamics of Latin America POLS...conducted in Spanish) SPAN 566 Latin American Folklore...