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Principles of Modern Political Science

Principles of Modern Political Science

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  • Author(s): J.C. Johari
  • Brand: Sterling Publishers Pvt. Ltd.
  • Edition: 2 Ed Rp 2018
  • ISBN 13 9788120743786
  • Approx. Pages 660 + Contents
  • Format Paperback
  • Approx. Product Size 24 x 18 cms
  • Delivery Time Normally 7-9 working days

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Description
Remarkable developments have taken place in the domain of political theory in the present age of liberalisation and globalisation. The concept of the nation-state has undergone a major change on account of the irresistible erosion of sovereignty in the internal and external spheres and the emergence of the model of a transnational state. Different models of state may be seen in the countries of the Third World. It has put a question mark on the future of the nation-state. The basic tenets liberalism have been challenged by Neo-liberalism and Communitarianism with the result that now it is on the retreat. In the post-World War II period, the New Fabians had revised the tenets of Fabianism, but in the post-Cold War era it has been replaced by the Third Way. The pluralists had attacked the classical theory of sovereignty, but the neo-pluralists have given a new shape to it. The theme of political has been revisited. The old concept of citizenship requires to be reinterpreted in the contexts of civic republicanism, multi-culturalism and identity politics. It has happened with other themes as well which may be taken note of in the emergence of new topics like Neo-colonialism, Post-colonialism, Post-communism and the like.
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Contents
1.    Political Science
2.    The State—Elements, Nature, Functions and End
3.    Origin and Historical Development of State
4.    Sovereignty, Monism and Pluralism
5.    Rights, Liberty and Equality
6.    Law, International Law and Justice
7.    Political Obligation, Revolution and Punishment
8.    Concepts of Political Sociology
9.    Political Power, Its Operation and Justification
10.  Organisation of Government
11.   Forms of Governments
12.  Mechanism of Democracy
13.  Democratic Theory
14.  Constitution of State and Constitutionalism
15.  Party System, Pressure Groups and public Opinion
16.  Nationalism, Internationalism and Imperialism
17.  Socialism and its Varieties
18.  Scientific Socialism
19.  Liberalism, Fascism and Idealism
20.  Gandhism and Sarvodaya
21.  Citizenship, Multi-Culturalism and Identity Politics
Bibliography
Index
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