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CSS 105

COURSE GUIDE

COURSE GUIDE
CSS105 INTRODUCTION TO POLITICAL SCIENCE

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Dr. Derin K. Ologbenla University Of Lagos Akoka – Lagos.
Dr. Derin K. Ologbenla

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University Of Lagos Akoka – Lagos. Course Co-ordinator Dr. Godwin Ifidon Oyakhiromen National Open University of Nigeria Lagos.

NATIONAL OPEN UNIVERSITY OF NIGERIA

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CSS 105

COURSE GUIDE

National Open University of Nigeria Headquarters 14/16 Ahmadu Bello Way Victoria Island Lagos Abuja Annex 245 Samuel Adesujo Ademulegun Street Central Business District Opposite Arewa Suites Abuja e-mail: centralinfo@nou.edu.ng URL: www.nou.edu.ng National Open University of Nigeria 2006 First Printed 2006 ISBN: 978-058-434-X All
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CSS 105

INTRODUCTION TO POLITICAL SCIENCE

INTRODUCTION Welcome to CSS 105: Introduction to Political Science.
This Course guide provides you with the various topics on the introductory course in Political Science. It is prepared for students in the first year study in Criminology and Security Studies, and Law in the National Open University of Nigeria (NOUN). Political Science is the modern discipline for the study of politics and political processes and the organization of the state. Traditionally, Political Science has often been studied by means of volume and very large textbooks; this guide provides the student with concise understanding of the basic principles and focuses on views that are germane in the study of Political Science. To study this course, and the various units, you need to be ready to think critically and analytically. You need to develop a constructive minds to be able to weigh different arguments carefully, trying to determine which arguments you find most plausible convincing and why. This is to enable you decipher properly which positions you would like to take without being a “copy-cat” student. If it is by understanding different positions that one can develop one’s ability to do the same. In this introductory section, aims and objectives will be

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