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Bulletin of the MRSU / Section "Politics" / 2015 № 2.

 

R.N. Maiorov

SPECIFICITY OF TEACHING POLITICAL THEORY IN AMERICAN POLITICAL SCIENCE. In: Bulletin of the Moscow Region State University (electronic journal), 2015, no. 2.


UDC Index: 378.2

Date of publication: 09.06.2015

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Abstract


The article analyzes the process of changing the status of theoretical knowledge of politics in the system of higher education in the United States since the XVIIth century up till now. The author studies the process of political science development as an academic discipline; and the importance of teaching political subjects in the USA universities. On the basis of the US higher education institutions curricula the author makes conclusions about the specificities of different stages of political theory and political science development. Besides, there are conclusions about the characteristic features of teaching political science in the USA.

Key words


political science, political theory, teaching political science, American political science

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