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Introduction to Political Science

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Political Science systematic study of the state and government Functions & Importance Generally, the importance of political science is the application of political powers and authority in the realm of government structures. The ordinary citizens may know and learn about their political rights and privileges from a given form of government including the political structure and processes of the state. Political Science & Other Branches of Learning history
economics
geography
sociology and anthropology
psychology
philosophy
statistics and logic
jurisprudence "Introduction to Political Science" Chapter 1 : it originally emphasized by the Greek term “polis” for city-state and “scire” means to “know” & Latin term "politicus" for describing anything "of the state" Scope of Political Science Three distinct Sub-discipline of Political Science political philosophy,
comparative politics and
international relations. political theory
public law and
public administration
it was codified in the 19th century, when all the social sciences were established, political science has ancient roots; it originated almost 2,500 years ago with the works of Plato and Aristotle Fundamental Law : 1987 Constitution 1. The knowledge of human rights and privileges will educate the citizens about their role in the political affairs of the state particularly in political rights : a) The right to vote (suffrage);b) The constitutional rights and privileges ( due process of law); c) the right in providing the basic services such as education, health and sanitation, employment and other public support. 2. The study of political science motivates the citizens to participate in the political activities of the state as to achievement the development thrust of the government in relation to the improvement of quality of life. 3. The political science concepts on democracy, dictatorship and power structures give the citizen full understanding as to the consequences on the individual political action as defined by the political power and authority of the state. 4. The concept of politics may well be studied in the political science not simply in the art of persuasion and influence that the citizens learn about also how these political concept area applied in the society. 5. The comprehensive study on the branches, forms and systems of government provide the individual better understanding in the concept of separation of powers, parliamentary system, diplomatic immunity, human rights, general welfare, social services http://www.slideshare.net/ncjopson/introduction-to-political-science

http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Political_science#History

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