Political Theory: An Introduction
Macmillan International Higher Education, 2015 M02 20 - 440 pages
The fourth edition of this highly successful and accessible text has been substantially revised and updated and includes extra coverage throughout on non-western approaches and international political theory.
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2 Human Nature the Individual and Society
3 Politics Government and the State
4 Sovereignty the Nation and Transnationalism
5 Power Authority and Legitimacy
6 Democracy Representation and the Public Interest
7 Law Order and Justice
8 Rights Obligation and Citizenship
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