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Political Theory (Question-Answer Series) One Week Series  (2022)  (English Medium)

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Author: Parth
Book Code: OBM/19/12/82417
Publisher: Parth Publishers
University: Maharshi Dayanand Saraswati University (MDSU)
Political Theory

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Political Theory 

 

This One Week Series is Written in English Language in Question Answer Series According to syllabus of Maharishi Dayanand University. 

POLITICAL SCIENCE

POLITICAL THEORY 3 hrs. Duration

Max. Marks 100 Each theory paper is divided into three independent units. The question paper will be divided into three parts: Part-A, Part-B and Part-C. Part-A (20 marks) is compulsory and contains 10 questions at least three questions from each unit. Each question is of two marks (20 words). Part-B (20 marks) is compulsory and will contain five questions; at least one from each unit. Candidates are required to attempt all five questions. Each question is of four marks (50 words). Part C (60 marks) contains six questions: two from each unit. Candidate is required to attempt three questions one from each Unit. Each question is of twenty marks (400 words).

UNIT-I

(Political Theory) Meaning, Nature and Significance, Types of Theory - Normative and Empirical. Behaviouralism and Post-Behaviouralism. Scientific Method and Theory Building. Decline and Revival of Political Theory.

UNIT-II

(State and Government) Nature and functions with special reference to Idealist, Liberal and Marxist Theories. Political System: Estonian Model of Political System. Forms: Democracy and Dictatorship: Unitary and Federal: Presidential and Parliamentary Governments. Organs: Theory of Separation of Powers: Organization and functions of Executive, Legislature and Judiciary.

 

UNIT-NI (Political Concepts and Democracy) Concepts: 'Sovereignty. Rights, Liberty, Equality, Justice, Power (Laswell), Authority (Max Weber) Political Development (Lucian Pye) Political Culture (Almond): E-Governance. Democracy: Theories; Classical, Individualistic, Elite, Pluralist and Marxist. Models: Participatory and Representative. Organization: Theories of Representation, Electoral System with Special Reference to Proportional Representation.

 

 

 

 

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