Open the article linked below. Notice the author. Open the PDF and page through. Then answer Question 1 below.
I know if it were me, I'd want to begin with a good book on my country. Using the features of the OSCAR Advanced Search, identify a recent e-book that will provide you with critical historical and general social, cultural, political, economic, etc. information. When you have selected a book, block-copy the Permanent Link. You will need it in answering Question 2.
The first two resources listed under the Democracy tab here issue reports on countries annually. They are both very highly respected, and the information in them should be very useful to you. Read the short information about them in this guide. Then go to both sites and look for the most recent report on your country and then post your answers to the two questions on this Q4 Padlet:
ONE Explore the Freedom House site for the report on your country. Find the Profile for your country. Then, post a link to that profile as well as your country's Total Score and Status (e.g. 32, not free). Then look at the 2017 scores (seems to be the earliest typically available). Are things getting better or worse or staying the same?
TWO Look at the information on your country from the Bertelsmann Transformation Index site. Find the most recent report on your country as a PDF. Block-copy the web address for the PDF and post it.
After some thoughtful searching, employing all the tips-tricks for searching political science databases given under that tab on this guide and in the demo I did, find one article useful for your research project. Then post the following information about that article on this Q5 Padlet:
Following the instructions and example under the Finding Opinion Poll News tab as your guide, find an article of some real substance about a recent opinion poll related to the political situation in your country. Block-and-copy the title of the source newspaper/magazine, the headline, the date and byline, when applicable, into the Q6 padlet.