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  1. American government and politics
  2. American Government and Politics students seek an understanding of politics as practiced in America. International relations The field of international relations is concerned with developing a better understanding of why states and non-state international actors, such as the United Nations and multinational corporations, interact in the way they do. International relations are diverse in terms of what behavior is studied and how it is studied. International conflicts, especially war, remain an essential focus of this sector.
  3. Why do wars start? Who will win and why? How can war be prevented? What role do international law and institutions play? As the world becomes increasingly interdependent, scholars are becoming more aware of the importance of international economic activity. As a result, scholars analyze global trade, communications, development, foreign investment, and international finance. How states determine foreign policy is another critical area of research. National security policy, nuclear deterrence, arms control, and defense spending decisions are classic examples of foreign policy
  4. POL S 203, International Relations, introduces students to international politics. Wajid khan explains this is the basis for various offers at the 300 and 400 levels, such as B. U.S. Foreign Policy, Global Environmental Policy, International Political Economy, International Conflicts.
  5. American government and politics American Government and Politics students seek an derstanding of politics as practiced in America. In additio urses on the U.S. President, the U.S. Congress, and the Co is department covers subjects such as the political role of ass media, race and ethnic politics, constitutional law, po aking, state politics, and American political thinking. We o specialized courses. Some common questions concernin udents in this field are: How and why have America's polit stitutions, ideas, and practices evolved the way they do? American political systems, ideas, and techniques unique
  6. POL S 202, Introduction to American Politics, is recommended preparation for most other courses in American politics. For a first-hand experience of the American political system, students are encouraged to participate in academic internships in Washington, D.C., Olympia, or Seattle.
  7. political methodology The Political Methodology subfield deals with the philosophical underpinnings of political science, social science, empirical research design and analysis, and practical field research experience. Courses in political methodology deal with philosophical questions about the possibilities of political science, the similarities and differences between political science and other social sciences, alternative explanations, and truth claims of knowledge. They also examine experimental and non-experimental research design
  8. Statistics, mathematics, and computation are used to analyze policy data generated by such research designs. Students are also allowed to undertake individual and group research projects through seminars. The Department of Political Methodology has current research and teaching interests in subjects as diverse as mass media, feminist theory, language politics, political economy, rational choice theory, and public policy.