The Term Politics Reconsidered in the Light of Recent Theoretical Developments
This articles deals with the problems of defining the term “politics.” The definition of “politics” varies from time to time and from place to place. There is not just one legally accepted definition of politics but a wide range of definitions; In other words the term has a great number of acceptable and legitimate meanings. Politics is defined in such different ways: as the study of conflict resolution, the art of government, the conduct and management of public affairs, and so on. This article deals with the wide range of meanings attributed to the concept of politics.
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