Integrated Science, 28.11.2019 19:28
Pano po ipaliwanag ang mga ito: patulong po para sa reporting under political science po itohistorical method - a political scientist interprets possible political situations, phenomena or situations based on his or her appreciation of facts, their historical precedents that are particularly sharpened by his keen observation and examination of the political environment. it explains the current status of political institutions and their passions in light of their origin and progress. observing and studying historical facts carefully to understand the current situation along with the future course of political organizations.comparative method - a political scientist employs a comparative approach to establishing the relationships of institutional factors working together with the state that affects a political object in understanding political science. the basis for describing, analyzing, and explaining phenomena or situations including people, geography, society, local culture and other related forces.scientific method - the scientific method refers to the formulation of general theory based on tested hypotheses derived from organized patterns of systematically organized and collected relevant facts in a political problem. under this method, there are various ways to discover and gather the necessary facts: (a) reporting- the description of political events; (b) statistical analysis- the method of case study, the coverage of an individual or a community in an intimate and careful study; and (c) polling and polling strategy- holding polls of ridicule for one can predict people's behavior from what they said they would do.inductive method - a political scientist or analyst may draw his political overview on useful theories or have good doctrines from basic or given facts. thus, such generalizations can be applied to the understanding of the effective existence of a particular political situationdeductive method - a political scientist can deduce specific conclusions or explanations from perhaps but firmly grounded in interpreting or valuing a given political situation.theoretical method - the theoretical approach is the study of politics by using the political theories of ancient philosophers as models of understanding. political thoughts are capable of influencing other people's political behavior.observational method - a political scientist can use the work of a critical observation on a political situation, and interpret it based on philosophical reflection (phrases). the analyst is also guided by any changes in the political system, processes and dynamics that may introduce a striking twist or shift from the current status quo of the state.behavioral methods - are the study of what men actually do and the meaning attached to their behavior rather than what men should do and how they should act. the emphasis is on the social, economic and political forces rather than on the political institutions in which such forces operate.