(A cross-cultural analysis of the abortion issue in the Un...)
A cross-cultural analysis of the abortion issue in the United States and Canada. The book focuses on: the judicial, legislative and executive branches; public opinion and interest groups; federal agencies; and the roles of subnational authorities and the health care sectors.
(This is the first book to survey the intellectual history...)
This is the first book to survey the intellectual history of presidential scholarship from the Founding to the late 20th century.
Raymond Tatalovich finished his studies at Ohio University, from which he earned his Bachelor of Arts degree in 1965. He received from University of Chicago Master of Arts in 1968 and Doctor of Philosophy in 1971.
Mr.Tatalovich served as a visiting instructor in political science at University of Illinois at Chicago Circle, Chicago, from 1971 till 1972. He was an assistant professor of political science at University of Southern Mississippi, Hattiesburg, between 1972 and 1974. He joined the staff of Chicago State University, Chicago, working as an assistant professor, 1974-1978, associate professor of political science, since 1978, head of Department of Economics and Political Science, 1977-1978.
Then Raymond Tatalovich worked at Loyola University of Chicago, Chicago, holding the post of an associate professor from 1978 till 1985, professor of political science since 1985 and director of Center for Urban Policy between 1980 and 1988. He was a part-time teacher at Jackson Policy Academy, Jackson, MS, and Federal Careers College, Chicago. Later Mr.Tatalovich acted as a lecturer at colleges and universities, including Robert Morris College and West Virginia University, and also was a guest on the radio program Straight Talk.
Mr.Tatalovich was a contributor to books, including Understanding the New Politics of Abortion, The Environmental Presidency etc. Moreover, he was a contributor of articles and reviews to scholarly journals, including Canadian-American Public Policy, Women and Politics, American Review of Politics, Language Problems and Language Planning, Policy Studies Review, and Presidential Studies Quarterly.
(This is the first book to survey the intellectual history...)2003
(A cross-cultural analysis of the abortion issue in the Un...)1996
American Political Science Association , United States
Association for Canadian Studies in the United States , United States
Center for the Study of the Presidency , United States
Midwest Political Science Association , United States
Southern Political Science Association , United States
Southwestern Political Science Association , United States
Western Political Science Association , United States
Phi Beta Kappa , United States
Phi Kappa Phi , United States
Pi Gamma Mu , United States
Phi Alpha Theta , United States
Canadian Political Science Association
He married Anne K. Recktenwald on May 17, 1969.