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Review – The Politics of Political Science

Review – The Politics of Political Science

Paulo Ravecca’s original and innovative book reflects on the state of the discipline of political science in Latin America via the deconstruction of hegemonic visions.

Deputy Defense Secretary William Lynn III attends a  television interview on the Australian late news show "Late Line" in Canberra, Australia, Feb. 15, 2010. DoD Photo by U.S. Air Force Master Sgt. Jerry Morrison (RELEASED)

Freedom of Speech and Pure Science in the Digital Holocene

In political science we are meant to be a source of reliable information. We should not confuse our efforts at scientific discovery with the needs of politicians, pundits, or policy makers.

The Importance of Media Literacy in the Classroom

The Importance of Media Literacy in the Classroom

If we want students to learn about the world, how it works, how structures and processes are connected, this requires students to engage with news media.

One Party State: Is It Good or Bad for Governance?

One Party State: Is It Good or Bad for Governance?

A single party system if committed to the social contract could be a better conduit for budding and upholding important values that are required for national building.

What Do Karl Marx, Napoleon, and the Majlis Have in Common?

What Do Karl Marx, Napoleon, and the Majlis Have in Common?

Terms such as Political Science or Comparative Politics may carry many different significations at once. 

The Ivory Tower Disconnect: Going Beyond Terrorism Experts Out of Academe

The Ivory Tower Disconnect: Going Beyond Terrorism Experts Out of Academe

There is a disconnect between political science research and practical policy outcomes. This will continue until there is a real movement to break the elitist nature of academic ivory towers.

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