Collection OF/72 - University of Strathclyde Department of Government records

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GB 249 OF/72

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University of Strathclyde Department of Government records

Date(s)

  • 1983 - 2004 (Creation)

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0.13 metres

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(Established in 1989)

Administrative history

The Department of Government had its origins in the Department of Politics, which was established in 1965. In 1989, the Department of Politics was restructured and expanded to include both a Sociology and a Politics division, the new grouping becoming known as the Department of Government. In August 2004, the Division of Sociology merged with the Department of Geography to form a new Department of Geography and Sociology.

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Information on courses and studying in the Department, 1983-2004; departmental publications, 1984-2000; staff/student newsletter, c. 1996; The Student's Charter, 1994-2000; guidelines for writing good essays and examination answers, 1993-2002; research questionnaire on SNP activists, c. 1990; European Green Parties Membership Survey, 2002.

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Accruals

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  • English
  • Italian

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