Effective Political Systems for Good Governance

HRODC Postgraduate Training Institute
A Central London (Inghilterra), Abu Dhabi, United Arab Emirates ( Emirati Arabi Uniti), Abuja, Nigeria (Nigeria) e 47 altre sedi

£ 4.000 - (4.623 )

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Suitable for: Political Science Graduates, Political Analysts, Political Science Lecturers, Government Officials and Employees, Employees and Officials of Nongovernmental Organisations (NGOs), Employees and Officials of Multinational Corporations (MTCs), Members and Officials of Political Parties, Politicians, Political Advisers, Paralegals, Court Employees, Legal Journalists

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Requisiti: Degree or Work Experience


Dove e quando

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Abu Dhabi, United Arab Emirates
Khalifa Street, 44486, Abu Dhabi,  Emirati Arabi Uniti
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Abuja, Nigeria
Cadastral Zone A0, Central Business District, Abuja, 7069, Nigeria, Nigeria
Addis Ababa, Ethiopia
Kirkos Subcity Kebele, 21555, Ethiopia, Etiopía
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Algiers, Algeria
Pins Maritimes, 16000, Algeria, Algeria
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Algiers, Algeria
Rue Hassiba Benbouali, 16015, Algeria, Algeria
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Amman, Jordan
Bin Ali Street, 11118, Jordan, Jordania
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Cosa impari in questo corso?

Political Science
International Politics
Political Theory
Social Policy
Political Philosophy
Government Politics
Political Parties
Political Study
Political Thought
Power Politics
Public Administration
State Politics
Study Political Science
World Democracy
World Politics


Limited Contents:

States and Nations:

  • Analysing the Political System
  • Conceptualisation of the Political System
  • The State, Legal Definition
  • The State, Structural-Functional Definition
  • Functions of States
  • Political Socialization
  • Political Recruitment
  • Political Communication
  • Interest Articulation
  • Interest Aggregation
  • Policymaking
  • Policy Implementation
  • Policy Adjudication
  • Goals of States
  • The Nation
  • Political System, Nation and State: Distinctions