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This set of An Introduction to Political Science Multiple Choice Questions & Answers (MCQs) focuses on An Introduction To Political Science Set 11

Q1 | Who defines the political system as the “institutions, processes and interactions throug whichvalues are authoritatively allocated in a society?
Q2 | Who said that politics is concerned with the authoritative ‘allocation of values’ for a society?
Q3 | Which of the following is one of the traditionally recognized organs of power in a state?
Q4 | The ‘power theory’ finds its brilliant manifestation in the political philosophy of
Q5 | Which of the following are not the basic of the authority of society?
Q6 | The subject that deals with man in relation to the State and Government is called
Q7 | ________________is the central subject of the study of political science.
Q8 | Who defines Political Science as that part of social science which treats the foundations of theState and the principles of Government?
Q9 | Bluntschli restricted the scope of Political Science to
Q10 | Prof. Harold Laski emphasized the scope of Political Science to include the study of
Q11 | Who said that State comes into existence originating in the bare needs of life of man andcontinuing in existence for the sake of good life?
Q12 | _______________is the most important agency of the State
Q13 | The concept of ‘politics’ originated in ancient
Q14 | Politics is a struggle for power on three levels
Q15 | David Easton defined politics as authoritative allocation of
Q16 | A policy is authoritative when there __________to the authority
Q17 | The central idea of sovereignty is
Q18 | The main characteristics of a civil society are organization, interaction, communication and
Q19 | Who among the following defined democracy as “the government of the people, for thepeop0le and by the people”?
Q20 | Which of the following is not a method of democratic participation?
Q21 | The success of democracy depends upon
Q22 | Who wrote the book Considerations on Representative Government?
Q23 | Which of the following is a permanent feature of a representative form of government?
Q24 | Contribute towards the success of democracy?
Q25 | Hobbes idea of civil society is the area where in the liberty of the subject lies in