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In this sense, all PA-related disciplines are important and need to be taken into account, not solely law and politology or economics and management.
A rich literature reveals the many facts of the concept of power, in its unity and diversity, the politology concentrating, of course, on the political power.
It is based on immune strategies that are consistently phrased in the terms of "a new critique of temperaments" (1987, xxxvii), a "critique of pure humour" (2004, 671), or a "Dionysian politology of passions" and "ecology of pain and pleasure that precedes any of the usual politics" of "combative and discursive interests along with their discourses, weapons, and institutions" (1990, 76).
Professions that offer the worst chances of employment in Poland, and those where demand outstrips supply Politology: in 2009 there were 581 candidates for one job.
Lingustics, as a separate subject, hasn't been seriously considered as a reliable source for the establishment of politology as a science, so far.
The second feature is the name of the author herself, one of the few true political philosophers at a time when "consultants" and pundits active in the so-called field of politology are a dime a dozen.
Politology studies power relations in all systems, particularly the political ones.
The most obvious difference between the two styles of scholarship is the fact that the Europeans follow still a philological approach, while the Americans seem to think that religious scholarship can not do without social science and politology. In his introduction, D.
Master of Science in politology Berina BeA!irovic promoted a book last night named "Role of Institution of High Representative in implementation of the Dayton Peace Agreement".
(10) By employing methods of interdisciplinary research, at the intersection of history, politology and theology, our aim in this paper is to assess the political impact of this extremely prolific movement both in geographical areas where it is numerically well represented (such as Africa and Latin America, or the United States), and in areas that were less touched by the successive Pentecostal waves, such as Europe.