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pol sci

what is comparative politics the study of similarities and differences on how individual relate to their goverment
poltics how individuals relate to their govermen
theory explanation on of why and how
what is comparative politics the study of similarities and differences on how individual relate to their goverment
case study an example
karl marx believed in the five stages of communism, stages of society that determine poltics/life;Primitive Communism, Slave Society,Feudalism,Capitalism and socialism
Lenin started communism in Russia; tweaked Marxism allowed alliance between worker/peasants and started a planed revloution
method historical approach a way of doing research/normative approach, to describe nomaltive judgment
scientfic approach looking patterns and cases/ generalizing and predicting
Mao third world pyramid/ relied on peasants/overthrow the enemies/bourgeoisie; showed peasants can be revolutionary
inter-inter-subjective subjective middle ground, balancing subjective/unsubjuctive point of view
3rd world coined by Alfred french geographical objective term that showed neutral between east and west
Enthocentrism the belief that your culture is beteer than others
political culture how is your way of life/ deal with politics culture
state a nation
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