Jorge Bravo

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POL SCI 50
Introduction to Comparative Politics See Full Profile

Overall 3.8 Easiness 1.8 Workload 1.5 Clarity 3.8 Helpfulness 3.0

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dead serious im sitting in this class right now. pos drop. worst lecturer. boring slides. tasteless. dece babes.

(April 2, 2009)
POL SCI 154A
Government and Politics in Latin America: States of Middle America See Full Profile

Overall 3.4 Easiness 1.4 Workload 1.7 Clarity 3.4 Helpfulness 3.4

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Very interesting course. I had wanted to learn more about Mexican Politics for a long time! Glad I could get into this course. His slides were good, even tho he didn't post them online. Not too hard exams, although the readings were challenging.

(Aug. 25, 2009)
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POL SCI 164
Comparative History of Government from Earliest Times to Present Day See Full Profile

Overall 3.8 Easiness 1.7 Workload 1.7 Clarity 3.3 Helpfulness 3.3

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Bravo is a nice guy. His lectures are well-structured, and rely heavily on the readings. If you read, you will be fine. The test questions are not tricky at all: if you know the main concepts, you will do well. His pop quizzes are usually really easy, if you have done the reading (surprisingly enough). He has a little bit of an annoying accent, but overall he's cool.

(Feb. 18, 2009)
INTL DV 191
Variable Topics Research Seminars: International Development Studies -- Senior Seminar See Full Profile

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POL SCI 191A
Variable Topics Research Seminars for Majors: Political Theory See Full Profile

Overall 3.4 Easiness 1.8 Workload 1.6 Clarity 3.8 Helpfulness 3.2

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I took IDS 191 with him, an upper division course on Migration and Development in Mexico. I thought I'd hate the course (lots of papers with stats and regressions), but I ended really liking it and appreciating why the readings were kinda technical and dry, but more systematic than anecdotes. It wasn't easy to get used to that way of looking at things, but I must say it changed how I view lots of things (migration, Mexico, the US, development, and evidence).

(Aug. 4, 2010)
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