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Book Review: Race and Politics in The Bahamas by Colin A. Hughes (St. Martin's Press, 1981)
Trainor, John M.
College Forum , 1983,
Abstract: Review of the book Race and Politics in The Bahamas by Colin A. Hughes (St. Martin's Press, 1981)
Hacer ciencia política en Chile y para Chile
Carlos Huneeus Madge
Revista Enfoques : Ciencia Política y Administración Pública , 2009,
Abstract: The following document is a presentation made by PhD. Carlos Huneeus as his opening speech for the 1st Political Science Student Congress (2008). It is an analysis of the state of Political Science in the country, emphasizing the interest in the present time and in the work we must undertake. At the same time, professor Hunneus points out the singularities of our discipline to later analyze's the changes that the Chilean political system has experimented in the last twenty years. Finally, some conclusions are formulated for the development of Political Science in Chile and for Chile.
LA POLíTICA COMO OBJETO DE REFLEXIóN
Guzmán Mendoza,Carlos Enrique;
Revista de Derecho , 2008,
Abstract: the reflection on the politics is a matter of difficult description. maybe, the above-mentioned, is due to the same concept, when not to the variable character of a term that has been from different disciplines. also because the politics, like reflection object, is presented, in spite of its daily use, as a controversial term and of different use and understanding, according to the environment and the moment in that it is used. on the other hand, the political science, disciplines in charge of approaching its reflection, it has shared study object with the philosophy, the history of the ideas, the sociology, or the right. the present work notices as main objective, to promote the debate and the discussion about the utility of the political science as academic discipline and professional that’s responds or tries to respond queries like: what’s the meaning of politics? or when we speak of political science, of what do we speak?
Europeanization and political parties
Robert Ladrech
Living Reviews in European Governance , 2009,
Abstract: This Living Review makes the case for the study of Europeanization and political parties as related but distinct from the study of political parties and European integration. It then presents the Europeanization approach to parties, noting that some of the components in this approach developed to study policy and institutional change may not lend themselves so well to the study of national parties. This argument distinguishes between direct and indirect effects of European Union influence on parties. Next, it briefly discusses the application of party Europeanization research to post-communist parties. This is followed by a discussion of proposed normative consequences of party Europeanization. Finally, suggestions for further research focuses on the need for refining the analytic framework in order to better identify the causal mechanisms specific to party Europeanization.
Algunos aspectos de la ciencia política aristotélica en la ética Nicomaquea
García Cataldo,Héctor;
Byzantion nea hellás , 2010, DOI: 10.4067/S0718-84712010000100001
Abstract: in this article i intend to show the inextricable relation existing between ethics and poli ti es whichpolitical science presen ts in aristotle s thought, but i also try to show the paths of correlation, and to highlight the elevated concept taught by the philosopher about this epistéme politiké, which allows a reconsideration and reevaluation concerning the exercise of this same contemporary politiké. this takes place in the broader frame of a research about the political thought of the philosopher and the political philosophy of the hellenic world. five orientating themes organize this article.
A crítica de Charles Taylor ao naturalismo na Ciência Política
Losso, Tiago;
Revista de Sociologia e Política , 2011, DOI: 10.1590/S0104-44782011000200007
Abstract: the most recent efforts to revitalize the interpretative approach in political science have their genesis in the 1960s, when a number of authors began to defend the centrality of the study of the linguistic and hermeneutic meanings of political phenomena. among these authors, the philosopher and political scientist charles taylor stands out. the texts he wrote between the 1960s and 1970s dealt out severe criticism of the subjective naturalism underlying mainstream political science of that time. first, i will contextualize taylor's contributions to the wider interpretive turn in political science. this will be followed by a summary of quentin skinner and clifford geertz' reservations regarding his work.
J. Hedenskog, V. Konnander, B. Nygren, I. Oldberg and Ch. Pursiainen (eds.), Russia as a Great Power: Dimensions of Security Under Putin, London: Routledge, 2005, 464 pages.
Christian W. Erickson
Journal of Power Institutions in Post-Soviet Societies , 2008,
Abstract: In this edited volume the authors analyze the first period of Putin’s rule from a number of different security dimensions. The first part of this volume explores the complexities of Russia’s external security environment. In the first chapter, “Russia as a Great Power,” Iver Neumann asks how Russia can exploit its post-9/11 geostrategic position, in a way that is captured by, or predicted by, realist and constructionist theories. For Neumann, Russia continues to have a role as a transatlantic...
The Effect of the Political Education Curriculum and Political Knowledge / Literacy on the Political Socialization of Students: A Case Study of Bahamian Students in Montreal
Johnson, Pandora,Hamalian, Arpi
College Forum , 1983,
Abstract: The study was conceived as an inquiry into the effect of political education curriculum (PEC) and of political knowledge/literacy on the political socialization of students. Political education is taken to refer to any course studied in school which may have political content: history, current events, economics, social studies, geography, citizenship education, civics, environmental studies and similar subject matter. The function of such courses is to initiate individuals into "the skills and concepts required for active participation in political affairs of citizenship" (Entwhistle, 1971, p. 1).Therefore to gain insight into the role of political education in socializing individuals to politics, this study examined the effects of PEC upon the political socialization of a group of Bahamian youth studying in Montreal.This paper was prepared for presentation in Session 8: "The Education of Elites in Montreal" of the Comparative and International Education Society of Canada, Learned Societies Conference, University of New Brunswick, Fredericton, June 7-9, 1977.
Animal Liberation: A View from Political Science
Paul Hamilton
The Brock Review , 2011,
Abstract: Political Science has tended not to problematize human domination over nonhuman animals. Political scientists have been engaged intellectually and politically with other struggles for justice and citizenship leading one to question the apparent indifference to the issue of ‘animal rights’. This paper accounts for the absence of animals in political science research and suggests that recent scholarship has begun to take animal liberation seriously. The paper then looks at the options for the broader animal liberation movement and suggests that incremental change is the best and only option for animal advocates in contemporary liberal democracies.
Por que rir da Filosofia Política?: Abertura
Lessa, Renato;
Revista Brasileira de Ciências Sociais , 1998, DOI: 10.1590/S0102-69091998000100009
Abstract: the participants in this round table have in common the consideration of the role of political philosophy in the theoretical tradition named political science. refusing the position that dissociates political philosophy of the empirically-oriented dimension of the discipline, the arguments here presented outline the importance of political philosophy as a promoter of life forms. the agenda of the researchers devoted to the good conduction of empirical investigation has been, and still is, greatly defined by previous initiatives of social and political invention and by ontological, epistemological and rhetorical decisions. in this sense, the distinction between science and philosophy is not only obscurantist and epistemologically-optimistic, but also a symptom of a strong ignorance concerning political knowledge history.
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