STEPHEN D. TANSEY: RESEARCH REPORTS AND PUBLICATIONS

"The Westminster Model in Nigeria", Parliamentary Affairs, Winter 1967/8,19 - 37, (with Dr. D.G. Kermode).

Political Analysis, Syllabus Development Project for London University M.Sc., 1973.

"Ethnic Diversity and Political Attitudes in a Nigerian University", Youth and Society (U.S.A.), 1974, 6(2),151-178, (with Dr.A. P. Brier).

"Politics Courses in Higher Education: An Overview ", Teaching Politics, January 1981, 10(1), 13-26.

"Politics Courses in Higher Education: Review of Recent Developments", Teaching Politics, September 1982, 11(3), 259-277.

"Politics Courses in Higher Education: Review of Recent Developments", Teaching Politics, September 1983, 12(3), 291-299.

Various reviews, Teaching Politics, May l981,10(2), 227; January 1982, 11(1),126; September 1982, 11(2), 252; January 1985, 14(1), 129-130.

Political Economy and Nigeria, Dorset Institute of Higher Education Working Paper 13, 1984.

Unemployment in Bournemouth and South East Dorset, Dorset County Council, May l987. (Member of Study Group).

Employers' Reactions to the Youth Training Scheme, Bath M.Phil., thesis, 1989.

The Organisational Implications of Information Technology, City University M.Sc. project report, 1990.

Management and Information Technology at Abbey Life, consultancy report, 1990.

The Politics of Information Technology: An Overview, Bournemouth Polytechnic, Department of Business Information Systems Working Paper Series, 91/001, 1991.

Book Notes for Political Studies, June 1996, Vol. 44 (2), 375-6, and December 1996, Vol. 44 (5), 986

Government and Information Technology: A New Era? , consultancy report to HEDRA Ltd, Farnham,1997

"The Politics of Effective Organisations: the Youth Training Scheme in Dorset and other Cases" contribution to Effective Organisations: New Directions and Perspectives, Colin Armistead & Julia Kiely (eds), Cassell, London, 1997

"Wiring Seats of Power", Times Educational Supplement, December 2 2005, Supplement , 10

"Politics, Political Theory, Political Philosophy" Thinking Philosophy (U3A Philosophy Network), Summer 2010, 11-14


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A Turkish Edition of Politics the Basics (5th. ed.) is to be published by Utopya Yayinevi.

A Portuguese translation of Politics: the Basics has now been published in Brazil as Polίtica, Editora Saraiva, Sao Paulo, 1st Brazilian ed., 2016.

 

The Fifth Edition of Politics: the Basics was published by Routledge in September  2014.

Nigel has updated the book and has made some interesting innovations.

If you run a class which might use the book, let us know using the feedback button on this site and we will arrange to send you a free inspection copy.

The fourth edition of Politics: the Basics has been published in  Arabic by the Arab Network for Publishing and Research based in Beirut, Lebanon.

Politics: The Basics, 4th Edition is to be translated by Jiangsu People's Publishing Ltd into Chinese (simplified) for distribution in Mainland China.
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"Politics, Political Theory, Political Philosophy" Thinking Philosophy (U3A Philosophy Network), Summer 2010, 11-14

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