TRADITIONAL AND MODERN POLITICAL SYSTEMS

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Course Code: 
POE 7201
Course Credit Units: 
4
Semester: 
Semester 2
Year of Study: 
Year 1
Undergraduate or Graduate Level: 
Graduate Level
Course Description & Objectives: 

Early political formations:  stateless, slave, feudal formations.  Monarchial and development of city states.  Social contracts and watering down of absolute monarchy.  Portrayal of modern political systems.Development of constitutionalism and democracy:  America and Britain as examples.    The role played by capitalism is a major determinant of political systems.  Socialism as an alternative political system.  The communistic experiment.  The democratic myth and modalities.  The development of global politics.                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                       ObjectivesThis is an exploratory course intended to enable the students to:

  1. To examine early political systems which include; stateless, slave and feudalism.
  2. To analyze monarchial types of systems including city states.
  3. Understanding of modern political systems development of constitutionalism and democracy.
  4. To have an insight of how political systems influence economic systems (A case study of socialism and capitalism.
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