Political Science Chapter 3 Notes Nations, States, and Governments Introduction o o o o A nation is a population with a certain sense of itself, a cohesiveness, a shared history and culture, and often (but not always) a common language. A state is a gover
Political Science Notes Chapter 2 Chapter 2 Theories: Classic and Modern Classical Theories o o o o Aristotle was both descriptive and normative: He used the facts he and his students had collected to prescribe the most desirable political institutions. M
Political Science Notes Chapter 1 Chapter 1: A science of Politics? The Master Science o Ar istotle founded the discipline and called politics the master science Discipline A f ield of study, often represented by an academic department or major. o o Polit
Chapter 11 Political Parties and Party Systems Multiple Choice
Which of the following statements is true with respect to the development of political parties? The United States was the first country to develop mass political parties. Compared to the parli
Multiple Choice The main distinguishing factor between a nation and a state is a state is o the government structure of a nation.
Of all the hurdles in building a nation, this one is typically considered to be the first o Identity crisis
Exam 1 Study Guide Chapter1 Multiple Choice 1. When Aristotle called political science the master science, he meant that: almost everything happens in a political context. 2. The one feature of political science that distinguishes it from the other social