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Example Political Science Literature Review and Research Design

When I posted my analysis of Midlarsky's literature review, I got a lot of google hits from people looking for literature review examples.

As the Gods of Fate have conspired to make this week as busy as possible, I have decided to post a Literature Review & Research Design that I complete for my International Politics class. The paper, which explores the relationship between lack of sea access and post-Communism, will be added to this blog over the next several days. It is B+ quality for a first-semester international relations student, so be skeptical of the work quality. Still, for any students (like me!) who were assigned a political science research design and literature review and haven't the faintest idea how to begin, this should help. Alternatively, check out my Computer Science graduate thesis.


This paper explores the role of geography in the democratic and economic development of formerly Communist states. An introduction to the paper is given, followed by discussions of both geographic determinism and the ex-Communist nations. A research design is included that outlines how the final investigation will be done. The paper ends with a conclusion and a bibliography.

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I live in a formerly communist country, and if you like I could help you with your research about the role of geography in the democratic and economic development of Romania. My country has a diverse geography, mountains, hills, plains, lakes and it also has harbors at the Black Sea, so the economy was influenced by the industries that developed in this environment.

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