Manual and Test Bank for the New American Democracy (3 books)
|UW-L Author:||Cecilia Manrique, Ph.D.
Cecilia Manrique. Manual and Test Bank for the New American Democracy. Pearson, 2005.
These test banks are for the book, The New American Democracy, 5th Ed, by Fiorina, Peterson, Johnson, and Mayer.
From the publisher: With an emphasis on elections and their importance in our political system, Morris Fiorina and Paul Peterson's groundbreaking text offers a stimulating, analytical approach to American government that engages students as it gives them a unique understanding of their political system as it exists and functions today. The accessibility of instant public opinion polls, the growing influence of Internet, the ubiquitous nature of the news media, and the increasingly important role of interest groups–all of which Fiorina and Peterson use to demonstrate that America is moving toward a more popular democracy–have blurred the lines between campaigning and governing. Politicians today are constantly engaged in the campaign process–a “permanent campaign”–this has profoundly affected how our government functions today. The fifth edition of this presitgious text has been brought completely up-to-date through the second George W. Bush administration and 2006 midterm elections, includes engaging debate-style readings throughout, and is now available in a unique “Sandbox” format that allows instructors to seamlessly blend text chapters with policy material and/or selections from the “Great Questions in Politics” series.
About the Author
Dr. Cecilia G. Manrique (Professor) chairs the Political Science/Public Administration Department and teaches for the Women’s, Gender and Sexuality Studies Department. She received her doctorate in Political Science from the University of Notre Dame and thereafter obtained a Bachelor of Science degree in Computer Science from Quincy University. Her areas of specialization are Comparative Politics and International Relations especially having to do with the developing world. She has published in the fields of immigration and incorporating technology in the Political Science classroom. She is the author of two editions of The Houghton Mifflin Guide to the Internet for Political Science as well as the Test Banks (2005, 2007) and Instructor’s Manual (2007) for The New American Democracy published by Pearson Longman. Among her other publications are a co-authored book with Dr. Gabriel Manrique of Winona State University entitled The Multicultural or Immigrant Faculty in American Higher Education published by the Mellen Press of New York and a chapter entitled “A Foreign Woman Faculty’s Multiple Whammies” in the book Women Faculty of Color in the White Classroom edited by Lucila Vargas and published by Peter Lang of New York.
Dr. Manrique was named University of Wisconsin System Woman of Color in 1996 and YWCA Coulee Region Outstanding Woman in 1997. She has been named Outstanding Advisor for her work with the University of Wisconsin-La Crosse chapter of the Golden Key International Honour Society, to which she currently serves as President of the International Leadership Council and Member of its Board of Directors after serving two terms as Council Secretary.