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POLITICAL SCIENCE AS A SOCIAL SCIENCE Political Science is in part a social science, and in part a humanity. Who applies similar approaches to analyzing the research problem? Impersonal trust, for example, can evolve as a stable disposition in a population of conditionally "nice" agents. In Image, music, text (S. A good choice is to mention the timetable and the cost of research. Pure science is characterized by control, exactness, rationality, controlled variables, and predictability while social science is the opposite – it is spontaneous, unpredictable or uncontrollable varieties, and deals with human emotions and behavior. 4.

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