Words nearby political science
Origin of political science
OTHER WORDS FROM political sciencepolitical scientist, noun
Examples from the Web for political science
Spitzer suggested that gun-control advocates should try what in political-science circles is known as “socializing conflict.”The NRA Has a Head Start Against Newly Energized Gun-Control Advocates|David Freedlander|December 18, 2012|DAILY BEAST
The guy I was dating, a political-science major and the son of a single, immigrant mother, also went to Wall Street.
A political-science graduate, she spurned during the Gaddafi era what she could have had: a government job.Libyan Women Are More Visible in Post-Gaddafi Libya, but They May Have Lost Ground|Jamie Dettmer|July 5, 2012|DAILY BEAST
Stay abreast of the political-science research when you can, but remember that some of it may be worthless.
They had been discussing woman suffrage, some question that had come up in the political-science class that day.The Witness|Grace Livingston Hill Lutz
British Dictionary definitions for political science
Derived forms of political sciencepolitical scientist, noun
Culture definitions for political science
The systematic study of government and politics. Political science is a social science that makes generalizations and analyses about political systems and political behavior and uses these results to predict future behavior. Political science includes the study of political philosophy, ethics, international relations and foreign policy, public administration, and the dynamic relations between different parts of governments.