1st Edition

Modern Politics An Introduction to Behaviour and Institutions

By Eric Rowe Copyright 1969

    Modern Politics (1969) is an introductory study of politics, with an emphasis on politics as a study in which the work particularly of sociologists and psychologists is increasingly relevant. It reflects the transfer of political study away from politics as the description and evaluation of ‘legal’ governments and their policies, towards politics as the study of the behaviour of individuals and groups who participate in the making and execution of public policy.

    1. Politics  2. Political Culture  3. Political Influence  4. Polities  5. Governments  6. Elections  7. Political Parties  8. Group Politics  9. Public Opinion and Political Communication  10. Political Change, Development and Stability


    Eric Rowe