By: John Louie Ramos
There is no universally-accepted statutory definition of the term political system but common knowledge defines it as the system of politics and governance which reside in a particular sovereign territory. It is regarded as the system through which governmental powers of taxation, eminent domain and...
Comparing governments: From monarchy to democratic republic
By: John Louie Ramos
In political science, there are several forms of state governance. These systems of governance are the cornerstone through which the three basic governmental powers exist namely taxation, power of eminent domain and police power. Despite of its numerous varieties, there are two forms of government...
By: John Louie Ramos
Political anthropology is the study of socio-political organizations. It is primarily concerned with the structure and forms of political systems from the viewpoint of societal framework. It tackles various aspects and scope of influence among people within an organized group/community. Basically, anthropological political systems are...
By: John Louie Ramos
Political systems are systems of government through which the political landscape and stability of a territory is founded upon. They are institutions which set rules and norms that govern a particular state under their jurisdiction. Through the years, the definition of a political system changes...
Book reviews: The Survivors Club, by Ben Sherwood
By: John Louie Ramos
The Survivor's Club, The Secrets and Science That Could Save Your Life is a book written by American author and journalist Ben Sherwood. It aims to help people and provide specific and useful information on life-threatening adversities that could either have a huge stinging effect...
By: Elizabeth M Young
There is definitely a political science to religion these days. There are rhetorical, linguistic, charismatic, media driven, economic, ideological and political components to virtually all religions that cross the line into secular matters and to influence the decision making authority of governments. Much political clout...
By: Elizabeth M Young
Political scientists want to do three or five things: that concern mathematics. That statement is written in order to illustrate the often fuzzy, variable and incredibly complex issues of dealing with massive numbers of diverse people. Political scientists might need to forecast the probability that...
By: Elizabeth M Young
There are several forms of probability fallacy, with several names to identify the concept. Basically any fallacious reasoning that is related to probability can be called a probability fallacy. Some of the more well known names and types are: gambler's fallacy, conditional probability fallacy, prosecutor's...
By: Ft Wells
In his seminal work, Le Suicide, French sociologist Émile Durkheim (1858–1917) examined suicide from a sociological perspective. A detailed study, this work fundamentally altered society's perception of this quintessentially personal act. At that time, sociologists attributed acts of self-destruction primarily to physiological and/or...
By: Elizabeth M Young
The early education of humans has almost constantly included their moral, spiritual and religious education since the earliest organized social thought. Even when the task was as basic as leadership of a small group, the leader was influenced by the spiritual and religious thought of...

 

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