Vocab for midterm (4 missing)

Vocab for midterm (4 missing) - VOCAB 4 MIDTERM Gross...

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VOCAB 4 MIDTERM Gross national product – GNP is a measure of the sum of all goods and services produced by a country’s nationals, whether they are in the country or abroad. Idealists – Optimistic, peaceful, justice, democracy, Realists – Analysts who believe that countries operate in their own self-interests and that politics is a struggle for power. Pessimistic, power, struggle, self-interest. State-level analysis – An analytical approach that emphasizes the actions of states and the internal (domestic) causes of their policies. Individual-level analysis – An analytical approach that emphasizes the role of individuals as either distinct personalities or biological/psychological beings. System-level analysis – An analytical approach that emphasizes the importance of the impact of world conditions (economics, technology, power relationships, and so forth) on the actions of states and other international actors. Interdependence – The close interrelationship and mutual dependence of two or more domestic economies on each other. Anarchical – Political philosophy or group of doctrines and attitudes centered on rejection of any form of enforced government and supporting its elimination. Political system - A political system is a complete set of institutions, political organizations, interest groups (such as political parties, trade unions, and lobby groups), the relationships between those institutions and the political norms and rules that govern their functions (constitution, election law). A political system is a concept in which theoretically regarded as a way of the government makes a policy and also to make them more organized in their administration. International system – An abstract concept that encompasses global actors, the interactions (especially patterns of interaction) among those actors, and the factors that cause those interactions. The international system is the largest of a vast number of overlapping political systems that extend downward in size to micropolitical systems at the local level. Multipolar system – A world political system in which power is primarily held by four or more international actors. Realpolitik
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This note was uploaded on 04/29/2008 for the course POLI 25 taught by Professor Stover,william during the Winter '07 term at Santa Clara.

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Vocab for midterm (4 missing) - VOCAB 4 MIDTERM Gross...

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