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POLITICAL SCIENCE: POLITICAL THEORY

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CONFLICT THEORY.
Discusses theorists from sociology and political science. How they complement each other. The sociological model that posits organizations have usurped the power from individuals' individuals & societal interests. The political science model of applying conflict theory to world conflicts; role of peacekeeping. Common intervention strategies of both groups of theorists.
With their objectives of addressing human problems and finding solutions, both the disciplines of sociology and political science share common... more
6 pages | 4 sources | 14 citations | APA citation style

Price: $20.00

END OF THE "RIGHTS OF MAN."
Discusses how the inalienable human rights were destroyed. Hannah Arendt's views on the topic. Her concept of "rightlessness" that occurred in the mid-20th Century when Jews, marginal and stateless people were lumped in one group and deprived of their right to belong to a community. The loss of a polity and human dignity.
THE END OF THE RIGHTS OF MAN
Hannah Arendt is most famous for a comment she made when covering the trial of Adolf Eichman, a Nazi war... more
5 pages | 1 sources | 8 citations | MLA citation style

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THE INFLUENTIAL DECADE OF 1910-1920.
Cites social, political, economic & artistic accomplishments of the decade. Long-term impact of the 1917 Russian Revolution & growth of power of the Soviet Union. World War I and its effects. Emigration to the U.S. of European immigrants. The Lost Generation. Post war prosperity in the U.S. Effect of Stock Market Crash.
The issue of which decade should be considered the more influential creates a dilemma, for the 1980s are simply too recent to be judged properly,... more
5 pages | 5 sources | 9 citations | TURABIAN citation style

Price: $36.00

UTILITARIANISM.
Examines changes in the definition of the principle of utility. Compares Jeremy Bentham's theory of utility to modern versions. Discusses increase in happiness element, right action, intrinsic & extrinsic (instrumental) value, Consequentialism & Utilitarianism. Concepts of "right" and "wrong;" Equality & Utilitarianism. " Cites a number of criticisms of the theory of Utilitarianism.
Utilitarianism
Introduction: What is Utility?
The definition of the core of the theory -- the principle of utility -- has changed over the... more
9 pages | 7 sources | 21 citations | APA citation style

Price: $56.00

POLITICAL THEORIES OF JEAN-JACQUES ROUSSEAU.
Discusses four of his works. Contends Rousseau's political philosophy was motivated more by his passions and emotions than by reason and logic. Rousseau's concept of government, direct participation of general public in the governmental process, his negative view of the arts and sciences. Emphasis on man's natural state. Concept of the general will. Social contract.
This research study will provide an analysis of the political theories of Jean-Jacques Rousseau by discussing four of his works: Discourse of the... more
14 pages | 1 sources | 20 citations | MLA citation style

Price: $32.00

HUMAN RIGHTS.
Contrasting positions. The universality of rights and dignity of human beings. Human rights as an item of contemporary Western and Capitalist ideology. Based on essays in the book HUMAN RIGHTS: CONCEPTS, CONTESTS, CONTINGENCIES. Prominence of the subject of human rights in international affairs. Discusses various essays that deal with the rights of indigenous communities, cultural choice, evolving societies.
HUMAN RIGHTS, UNCERTAIN BOUNDARIES

Human rights are inherently universal, based on the dignity of human beings, and binding on all... more
8 pages | 1 sources | 10 citations | APA citation style

Price: $12.00

RELIGION AND GOVERNMENT.
Examines views of Hobbes and Rousseau. Hobbes' belief that religion is a part of ruling a people; State and Church as the same men. Rousseau's belief in the separation of Church and State; man's law different from divine law. Argument of who has the final authority to rule. Applies concepts to current time period.
RELIGION AND GOVERNMENT AS SEEN BY HOBBES AND ROUSSEAU
Hobbes and Rousseau have very different views when it comes to religion and politics.... more
3 pages | 2 sources | 13 citations | MLA citation style

Price: $16.00

SOCIAL CONTRACT THEORIES.
Compares theories of Jean-Jacques Rousseau and John Locke. Type of society each man wants to create. Premise that equality is rooted in the state of nature and a civil society is needed to be secure. Question of how much freedom an individual should give up.
The main factor that separates the social contract theories of Jean-Jacques Rousseau and John Locke has to do with the society each man wants to... more
4 pages | 2 sources | 6 citations | MLA citation style

Price: $36.00

CITIZENSHIP IN THE U.S.A. AND YEMEN.
Differences in concepts of citizenship. Conceptions of and attitudes toward law. U.S. as a nation of immigrants. Common citizens. Yemen as a society of ancient peoples with local traditions. U.S. as older nation-state. British Colonial rule of Yemen, and pre-Colonial Yemen. Yemen political independence in 1990. Yemen nationalism.
CITIZENSHIP IN TWO CULTURES
A Comparison of the United States and Yemen

Introduction and Background
Yemen possesses one of the... more
9 pages | 7 sources | 9 citations | APA citation style

Price: $44.00

MADISONIAN MODEL OF AMERICAN GOVERNMENT.
James Madison's theories of government & democracy & drafting U..S. Constitution. Separation of powers, checks & balances. First Amendment. Free speech & the Internet.
American Government: The Madisonian Model
Introduction
Almost immediately after the Revolutionary War ended, the members of the Continental... more
11 pages | 10 sources | 42 citations | MLA citation style

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