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2013-2014 Güz Yarıyılı TDİ-I ile YDİ-101 ve 201( İng.) Uzaktan Eğitim Derslerinin Ara Sınav Programı
ilef Lisans KataloğuPOLITICS I POL101
Program: Lisans Yıl: 1 Dönem: Güz
Dersin Kodu: POL101
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Kredi: 3 ECTS Kredisi: 5
Ders saati: 2 Uygulama saati: 2
Öğretim Elemanı Dersin Amaçları
This course aims at familiarizing the students with the basic concepts of political science, such as politics, power, authority, state, government, ideology, legitimacy, political party, party systems, democracy, etc. It also aims at showing the relations of these concepts with the communication studies. This course also provides the students with an awareness of the embeddedness of politics in citizens's daily activities/lives. In so doing it aims at supporting students's civic education. Therefore, it is expected that a student who completed the course should have an ability to define basic concepts of political science, and to identify the rise and development of the modern state, and to explain the relation between the society and politics with a historical and sociological point of view.
Week 1: Introduction
Week 2: What is politics?
Andrew Heywood, "What is politics?" Politics, New York: Palgrave Foundations, 1997, pp. 3-22.
Week 3: What is politics?
Week 4: The State: Conceptual and historical background
- Andrew Heywood, "The State", Politics, pp. 83-102.
- David Held, "Central Perspectives on the Modern State," in David Held et al (eds), States and Societies, New York: New York University Press, 1983, pp. 1-55.
- Perry Anderson, "The Absolutist States of Western Europe," in David Held et al (eds), States and Societies, New York: New York University Press, 1983, pp. 137-150.
Week 5: The rise of the modern state and the capitalist social relations
- Andrew Heywood, Politics, pp. 83-102.
Week 6: Forms and theories of state
- Norberto Bobbio, Democracy and Dictatorship, Cambridge, Polity Press,1989, pp. 44- 132.
Week 7 and week 8: MID-TERMS
Week 9: Governments, systems and regimes
- Andrew Heywood, Politics, pp. 23-38.
Week 10: Nations and Nationalism
- Andrew Heywood, Politics, pp. 103- 120.
Week 11: Nations and Nationalism
Reading is the same as the week 7.
Week 12: Democracy
Andrew Heywood, "Democracy", Politics, 65- 82.
- Norberto Bobbio, Democracy and Dictatorship, 133- 166.
Week 13: Democracy
Readings are the same as the week 9.
Week 14: Power, legitimacy, and sovereignty
- Andrew Heywood, "Legitimacy and Political Stability", Politics, pp. 193- 204.
- Norberto Bobbio, Democracy and Dictatorship, pp. 69- 88.
Week 15: REVISION
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