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Processes and Structures in Mass Communication
Critical Political Economy of Mass Communication
MA Mass Communications
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Critical Political Economy of Mass Communication
The political economy is an impo
PAPER I : POLITICAL THEORY
SCOPE OF POLITICAL THEORY:
Aristotle – father of political science
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A. The American model of government both here and abroad
B. Tocqueville on American democracy
1. Abundant and fertile soil for democracy to grow
2. No feudal aristocracy; minimal taxes; few l
from The "Blackwell Encyclopedia of Political Thought"
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THE UNIVERSITY OF ZAMBIA
SOCIAL OF HUMANITIES AND SOCIAL SCIENCES
INSTITUTE OF DISTANCE EDUCATION /DEPARTMENT OF DEVELOPMENT STUDIES
NAME : SELVAC HANG’ANDU
COURSE CODE : PH 101
COURSE NAME : POLITICAL PHILOSOPHY
COMPUTER NO. : 12116173
QUESTION : List and explain six