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Introduction To Political Science, 7th Edition

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this is a unique book, in that it combines Western and Islamic perspectives on some of the key concepts and issues in Political Science. It is easy to read and answers most questions regarding political theories, comparative politics, public administration and international relations. It contains a total of 28 chapters covering almost all the topics considered essential for students of political science in the 21st century. It also defines frequently used Islamic and Western terms that are important for political analysis and comprehension. Anyone remotely interested in the field of political science and political philosophy would find this book to be a priceless addition to their personal collection.


1. Nature and Characteristics of Politics

2. Nature and Scope of Political Science

3. Fundamental Concepts: Power, Influence and Authority

4. Political Theory: Development of the Discipline

5. Nature and Characteristics of State

6. Types of Political System

7. Unitary, Federal, and Confederal States

8. Democracy: Parliamentary and Presidential Systems

9. Constitution and Constitutional Government

10. Organs of Government: The Legislature

11. The Executive

12. Administration and Bureaucracy

13. Law and the Judiciary

14. Military in Politics

15. Modern Political Ideologies

16. Nationalism, Ethnonationalism, and Internationalism

17. Feminism

18. Environmentalism

19. Leadership

20. Political Parties and Party Systems

21. Pressure/Interest Groups

22. Election and Electoral System

23. Public Opinion and Media

24. Political Violence, Revolution, and Terrorism

25. Civil Society

26. International Relations

27. International Organisations

28. Human Rights

29. Conclusion: Challenges Ahead