Foundations and Scope of Political Science

Foundations and Scope of Political Science

Assignment details
Type:Essay (any type)
Pages:7(1925 words)
Sources:7
Style:MLA
Subject:Political Science
Level:University
Topic:Foundations and Scope of Political Science.
Description

What specific political phenomena interest you (as a political
scientist)? How would a realist go about studying these phenomena? How
would an interpretivist go about studying these same phenomena? How
would a positivist go about studying these same phenomena? What might
these three different approaches learn from one another? Is it even
possible for these three different approaches to learn from one
another (or are the “tables” simply too far apart to allow a
meaningful dialogue)?

Awesome thanks for the reply. This is Masters level material.
I can send the 7 sources
The whole essay should be written referencing ideas from these 7 sources.
Good morning, the political phenomenon that would be the easiest to
write about would be "What is Justice?"
If you have any questions feel free to ask.
Let me know when you have a thesis.
I just received this from my professor ("Longer Essay"). "The title is
the first chance for you to signal to your audience what your argument
will be. Some professors do not like the colon in the title (e.g.,
"Synthesizing a World Safe for Democracy: How Blending Positivist,
Realist and Interpretivist Approaches to IR Theory Yields a Deeper
Understanding", "Democratic Peace or a Piece of Garbage? An
Interpretivist Critique of Foundational Ontological Understandings of
Why Democracies Don't Wage War Against One Another" or "When Push:
Comes to Shove--A Reluctant Political ScientistPuts His Ontological
Skin in the Sweater Drawer"). Given the topic of the first paper and
because of personal taste, I think that colons in the titles of
academic papers make a lot of sense (even if my jokey suggestions
above do not). Such titles demonstrate that you have multiple things
that you will be attempting to describe/prove in your essay (remember
that "essay" comes from the Latin "to try")"
Im pretty confused about this assignment.
If you want to write about a different political phenomena, like some
of the titles the professor sent but not exactly go ahead
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