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 'The Psychology of Politics' -- Preface
The Psychology of Politics is an introduction to political psychology.
It emphasizes the multiple orientations to the study of political behavior, showing how political acts are influenced by the historical environment, political culture, current events, the immediate situation, and biological drives, motives, emotions, and thought processes.
Political cognition and decision making are covered in Chapter 3 and the closely related areas of affect and motivation in Chapter 4.
www.csbsju.edu /uspp/Resources/Preface.html   (956 words)

 SSA Publications:kurzman.html
Plans are in reality political programs…In the broad sense they represent political philosophies, ways of implementing different conceptions of the good life." In urban planning's new political awareness, representation became a social responsibility issue.
This new understanding of politics and social responsibility in urban planning may have brought boundary interaction between planners and other professions, such as social work, or caused a split within the planning profession, in accordance with Abbott's conceptions of boundaries.
In particular, the aspects of the notions of choice, politics, and client representation became institutionalized in the planning profession as a result of the advocacy planner movement.
www.ssa.uchicago.edu /publications/advforum/v6n1/Kurzman.html   (2954 words)

 1974   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-11-06)
1974 is a common year starting on Tuesday (click on link for calendar).
1971 1972 1973 - 1974 - 1975 1976 1977
July 24 - Watergate Scandal: The United States Supreme Court unanimously rule that President Richard Nixon did not have the authority to withhold subpoenaed White House tapes and they order him to surrender the tapes to the Watergate special prosecutor.
www.bidprobe.com /en/wikipedia/1/19/1974.html   (1356 words)

 Theology Today - Vol 30, No. 4 - January 1974 - TABLETALK - Politics and Political Theologians
But from my perspective, politics is getting votes-not merely getting votes, of course-but if you don't get votes then there isn't much else you can do unless you take power by force and impose your will on others.
Political theology, at its very roots, seems really to hearken back to the days when Pius XII issued an encyclical every month or so, laying down the Catholic position on almost every imaginable issue.
Political and social concern are inescapable for the one who has been possessed by the gospel.
theologytoday.ptsem.edu /jan1974/v30-4-tabletalk1.htm   (2596 words)

 Politics: Staff
Before joining Politics in July 2003 she was lecturer in EU studies in the Europa Institute at the University of Edinburgh.
Her research and teaching interests are in the broad area of women and comparative politics, political representation, gender and public policy, and Scottish and British politics.
Malcolm Anderson is Emeritus Professor of Politics at the University of Edinburgh.
www.pol.ed.ac.uk /staff.html   (4336 words)

 Political Parties Politics East Timor Paige Johnson Tan
Political society is the realm in which competition for political power is organized.
Political activity was strongly controlled by the Indonesians to prevent the use of the territory’s political institutions to promote the independence agenda.
As one of the older political parties and one that continued to struggle against Indonesian occupation, Fretilin might be expected to be the beneficiary of great numbers of voters’ party identification.
people.uncw.edu /tanp/polsocpartieset.html   (9416 words)

 Politics Reference Sources
A political and economic dictionary of South-east Asia.
Williams,G. The Dictionary of contemporary politics of Southern Africa.
General social science in its coverage but with a good political content, it is much less academic than the previous two indexes and American in bias; each year has an alphabetic name/subject sequence.
www.library.adelaide.edu.au /guide/soc/politics/bslres.html   (567 words)

 The Catholic University of America - Politics Department
Professor of Politics, Department of Politics, The Catholic University of America (C.U.A.), 1982 to the present.
Ethics and politics; politics and the imagination; the historical sense; the epistemology of the social sciences and humanities; the history of Western political thought; modernity; the theory of democracy and constitutionalism; American political thought; the ideology of Neo-Jacobinism; conservatism; liberalism; individualism and community; Jean-Jacques Rousseau; Irving Babbitt; Benedetto Croce.
  Thesis in Political Science on the new intellectual conservatism in the United States; thesis in Economics on criticisms of the economics of John Maynard Keynes.
politics.cua.edu /Information/Ryn/CV/cv.cfm   (1554 words)

 News | News in 1974
The new executive took power formally on 1 January 1974 but soon ran into trouble when anti-power sharing unionists disrupted proceedings.
Labour returned to power in Westminster (February 1974) and unionists opposed to the deal won 11 of the 12 seats in Northern Ireland.
In the second general election of 1974, Harold Wilson's Labour government won a second term.
www.nationalarchives.gov.uk /releases/2005/nyo/news.htm   (983 words)

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Most mainstream American government and politics textbooks--which is to say most available texts in this Political Science subfield--are in the "problems and prospects" genre.
LAW AND POLITICS BOOK REVIEW readers likely will be most interested in--and skeptical of--the judicially oriented, adjudicatory approach to remedying injustice that Simon develops in Chapters 3 and 6 of his book.
His book is long on the philosophy of relations between democracy and social justice, but short on law and politics of judicial process; his subtitle to the contrary notwithstanding.
www.bsos.umd.edu /gvpt/lpbr/subpages/reviews/simon.htm   (1119 words)

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10 (PR) **Albert Lepawski, "The Politics of Epistemology," WPQ, (1964) 17:21-52.
T.D. Weldon (1953), The Vocabulary of Politics, Chap.
Marxism, the New Left, and the Caucus for a New Political Science Charles Beard, (1913) An Economic Interpretation of the Constitution of the United States.
www.asu.edu /clas/polisci/cqrm/syllabi/SaxonhouseAchensyllabus.doc   (1579 words)

 Professor Brendan Evans - Division of Criminology, Sociology & Politics
Research interests focus on political ideas and their impact on policy making in British and American Politics.
Brendan completed a BA, MA and a PhD at the University of Manchester where he also taught until coming to Huddersfield in 1974 to establish Politics as a subject at the institution.
Formerly Head of Politics and Dean of School, Brendan was appointed as the University ’ s Pro-Vice Chancellor for Academic Affairs in 1997.
www.hud.ac.uk /hhs/dbs/politics/staff/be_cv.htm   (182 words)

 The NES Bibliography - A   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-11-06)
Political Sophistication and Economic Voting in the American Electorate: A Theory of Heterogeneous Attribution.
Politics from the Pulpit: Religiosity and the 1980 Elections.
Psycho-political correlates of political efficacy: The case of the 1994 New Orleans mayoral election.
www.umich.edu /~nes/resources/biblio/bib_w.htm   (8250 words)

 Hope College: Joint Archives of Holland: Wesley Granberg-Michaelson
Born to Clifford and Marjorie Michaelson on June 14, 1945 in Chicago, Illinois, Wesley Michaelson went on to graduate from Hope College in 1967, Princeton Theological Seminary in 1968 and Western Theological Seminary in 1984.
After leaving the capitol in 1975, he continued his political involvement while editing for the Sojourners, a peace and justice periodical of the Evangelical world.
He was stationed in Geneva, Switzerland from 1992 to 1994 at which time he left to take the position of general synod secretary of the Reformed Church in America, succeeding Rev. Edwin Mulde r.
www.hope.edu /resources/arc/collections/registers/hope/michaels.html   (482 words)

 1974   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-11-06)
February 20 - Following a visit to his home from a woman wearing a strange pendant, Phillip K Dick begins to receive a series of visions which he refers to as 2-3-74, shorthand for February/March of 1974.
VW will go on to sell 22 million Golfs, and the model is still very popular today.
ABBA wins the 1974 Eurovision Song Contest on April 6 with their song "Waterloo." The group will go on to become the most commercially successful pop group of the decade.
www.worldhistory.com /wiki/1/1974.htm   (2278 words)

 Resources for Political Science
Political science examines the relationship between people and governments by exploring political institutions and systems, political theory, and human behavior.
Students of political science will need to be able to find facts, statistics, and news of current events as well as analyses of issues in political science.
Oxford: Blackwell, 1987 (Ref JA 61.B57 1987) Concise but thorough introductions to concepts and theories in politics, including definitions of words such as "consent," "power," "exploitation" and "just war," historical context of ideas, and important names associated with political ideas.
www.gustavus.edu /oncampus/academics/library/subjectguides/polsci.html   (2012 words)

 talk.politics.guns Official Pro-Gun FAQ 1/2
This is not to say that the right to keep and bear arms is dependent upon the existence of an organized militia, or that_only_military weapons are constitutionally protected, since, as with the other enumerated rights found in the Constitution, the right is assumed by the Framers to be pre-existing.
Just because the right to "peaceably assemble" is protected by the First Amendment explicitly for the political purpose of petitioning the government "for redress of grievances", this does not mean that_only_political speech and political gatherings are constitutionally protected.
In effect and in fact, to defend censorship, or to defend "gun control," is to assert that there ought to be some citizens who are "more free" than others, and that second-class citizenship for all but a select few is permissible.
www.faqs.org /faqs/talk-politics-guns/pro-gun-faq/part1   (15621 words)

 Alibris: 1974
The journalistic team of Carl Bernstein and Bob Woodward is credited with reporting the most explosive political story of the 1970s, which began as a seemingly low-level break-in at the Watergate Complex in Washington, D.C. in June, 1972, and which was to result in the resignation of President Richard "I am not a crook" Nixon.
Garment, a liberal Jew from a poor family who chose a career in law as a distant second choice to life as a jazz musician, describes the frustrations and pleasures of living in the public eye at the White House...
This important political history throws out all previously accepted views of Watergate and reveals the personal motives and secret political goals that combined to cause the downfall of Richard Nixon.
www.alibris.com /search/books/subject/1974   (1084 words)

 News | British Economics and Trade Union politics 1973-1974
The executive of NUM decided unanimously to continue the overtime ban.
Joe Gormley, the NUM´s President, denied that its dispute was politically motivated.
Heath met leaders of the CBI to review the effects of the three-day week on industry.
www.nationalarchives.gov.uk /releases/2005/nyo/politics.htm   (1434 words)

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The main purpose of this course is to present some problems, methods, and results of comparative structural analysis in political science.
Economy is considered as explanatory, while politics as dependent variable during much of the course.
Second, while the main focus of the course is how economy affects politics, from time to time the opposite question will be raised as well.
www.ceu.hu /crc/Syllabi/PolSci/Gre_Econ&Pol.W96PS.v4.html   (1572 words)

 NJIT New Media Performance Series 2003
Kostelanetz's nonfiction work The End of Intelligent Writing: Literary Politics in America (1974) charged the New York literary and publishing establishment with inhibiting the publishing and promotion of works by innovative younger authors.
His "visual poetry" consists of arrangements of words on a page, using such devices as linking language and sequence, punning, alliteration, parallelism, constructivism, and minimalism.
Among his other works are Recyclings: A Literary Autobiography (1974, 1984), Politics in the African-American Novel (1991), Published Encomia, 1967-91 (1991), and On Innovative Art(ist)s (1992).
www.njit.edu /old/News/Releases/newmedia.html   (733 words)

 American Politics: Elections
Includes biographical overviews of individuals who were or continue to play key roles in political parties and the electoral process.
The Guide provides political observers, policy makers, journalists, teachers, students, and social scientists with immediate access to tables and graphs that display the ebb and flow of public opinion and electoral behavior and choice in American politics since 1948.
it is not inclusive of all political science journals at this library.
www.library.wwu.edu /ref/subjguides/polsci/amerpol.html   (4102 words)

 Nat' Academies Press, Crisis Management in the Nuclear Age (1987)
Boston: Little, Brown) and George (George, A. Crisis manage- ment: The interaction of political and military considerations.
The relevance of these points to decision making in the NSC has been noted by Richard Beal, who ran the crisis management systems and planning office in the White House in the early 1980s (see Smith, R. Crisis management under strain.
The political utility of nuclear weapons: The 1973 Middle East crisis.
www.nap.edu /books/NI000460/html/37.html   (2355 words)

 John Locke Bibliography -- Chapter 7, Politics -- 1974
Pynn, R. “The influence of John Locke’s political philosophy on American political tradition” / by Ronald E. Pynn.
Reprinted in: John Locke, political philosophy / edited with introductions by Vere Chappell (1992).
Shibata, T. “Kindaiseijigenri to Marx no kokkaron” = [Modern political principles and Marx’s theory of the state] / T. Shibata.
www.libraries.psu.edu /tas/locke/ch7-74.html   (709 words)

 Politics of Law: Syllabus   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-11-06)
We will study the role of institutions like lawyers, courts and police in the construction of society -- particularly class, race and sexual relations, contemporary movements in law such as feminism and Critical Legal Studies, and jurisprudential traditions including how people give meaning to law.
Throughout, law will be treated as a distinctive arena of political activity.
REC: Luker, Abortion and the Politics of Motherhood Chs.
www-unix.oit.umass.edu /~polsc363/page03.html   (491 words)

 Vassar History, 1974   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-11-06)
The Vassar students were areested on charges of possession and sale of marijuana in a predawn raid conducted by the police.
Under the auspices of the Political Science Department, Morris K. Udall, U.S. Congressman from Tucson, Arizona, addressed the Vassar Campus.
He was invited to Vassar in order to answer the students' questions on the impeachment of President Nixon.
departments.vassar.edu /~daniels/1974.html   (2943 words)

 Yugoslav Subject Files from the RFE/RL Research Institute: Container List   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-11-06)
Politics: Political Parties: League of Communists: Republic of Serbia, 1954 - 1974
Politics: Political Parties: League of Communists: Republic of Serbia, 1975 - 1985
Politics: Republic of Serbia: Vojvodina, 1981 - 1991
www.osa.ceu.hu /db/fa/205-4-80-1.htm   (656 words)

 Marcus Franda - CV
Co-Organizer, 26th Annual Conference on "Political, Social and Economic Development in Contemporary China," held in College Park, co-sponsored by the University of Maryland, University of South Carolina, Duke University, the Hoover Institution, New York University, and the Institute of International Relations, June 8-11, 1997
"Politics and the Use of Water Resources in Bangladesh," in Population Perspectives 1974, ed.
Population Politics in South Asia: Refugees and Migration Patterns in Northeastern India and Bangladesh
www.cidcm.umd.edu /people/mfrandacv.htm   (5135 words)

 Feminism - Politics
"Politics and the Battered Woman", Elshtain, Dissent, Winter 1985.
"The Gender of Reform Politics: Theodore Roosevelt and the Culture of Masculinity", Testi, Journal of American History, Vol.81, No.4, March 1995.
"Othello Goes to Washington: Cultural Politics and the Thomas/Hill Affair", Russo, Journal of American Culture, Vol.17, No.4, Winter 1994.
www.sspfrance.com /periodicals/feminism__politics.htm   (211 words)

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