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Political science is a social science which deals with systems of governance, and the analysis of political activities, political thoughts, and political behavior. Political called numerous subfields, including comparative politics, political economy, international relations, political theory, public administration, public policy, and political methodology.
The empirical study of political participation is approximately 30 years old. The earliest studies concentrated on. .Barnes, S. H. Participation, education and political competence: Evidence from a sample of Italian socialists. The earliest studies concentrated on explaining why some people chose to vote and others did not. Gradually, inquiries. CrossRefGoogle Scholar. Kaase, M. et a. Political action: Mass participation in five Western democracies. Beverly Hills: Sage, 1979.
Few books in political science of the last three of four decades have had the impact and continuing power of The Civic Culture and no other authors have had the self confidence to commission such a powerful and insightful set of critiques as The Civic Culture Revisited. Stanford Behavioral Institute The Civic Culture (and The Civic Culture Revisited remain the best study of comparative political culture in our time.
If one wants to give an overview of political science, then this is about the only book there is!"-James A. Robinson, Harvard University "At long last, a text that puts science back into political science; at the same time, it is not an 'American government and politics' text masquerading as an introduction to political science. The contributions in this book demonstrate in an exemplary manner what form an analysis of Kielmansegg’s work could take and how it could succeed.