|Product Name||British Politics: Ideas And Concepts|
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|Author||Keith Pye, Richard Yates|
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|Long Description||The objective of the book is to present concepts and ideas alongside a brief discussion of the application of those matters to issues and to institutions in British politics. Wherever possible, British case studies and examples are used, but, where this is not possible an overseas example is included. The book is intended to be an introduction; to stimulate interest and to provide a means of getting to grips with some of the most difficult ideas in human society. It examines the concepts which are central to politics and provides some limited applications of these concepts to given case studies; seeks to give the reader a basic introduction to theoretical work on a variety of political ideas and to illustrate these theories with the ideas of some of the major political philosophers; and attempts to provide initial linkages between the theories and concepts which have gone before and the main concerns of modern British politics. Each chapter is divided into several distinct sections: basic principles, discussing the arguments, case studies, examination questions and further reading.|
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