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Encyclopaedia of Teaching of Civics/Political Science (In 4 Volumes)

 
Jainendra Kumar Jha (Editor)
Synopsis Society enables man to achieve talents and qualities by virtue of which he can make progress and achieve superiority over other living beings. Civics helps to resolve social conflicts in society and help man to live in harmony with other fellow beings. However, the word civics is derived from the Latin word ‘civis’ that means ‘a citizen’. Another Latin word ‘Civitas’ means ‘city state’. Both these words have given birth to the social science known as ‘Civics’. In fact, civics is actually the social science, however in certain respects it forms a part of political science. Civics is an old subject and previously it was taught along with history and political science. It was introduced as separate subject only in the nineteenth century. Thus, Civics is that branch of human knowledge which deals with rights and duties of man living as a member of a group of people politically organized. Whereas the subject which deals with man in relation to the state and government is known as political science. Political science is a branch of study which is concerned with political aspect of man’s life in society as distinct from the economic, philosophical, ethical and other aspects. This encyclopaedic work contains highly useful information on diverse core issues of civics and political science with special emphasis on teaching aspect of the subject.
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Bibliographic information

Title Encyclopaedia of Teaching of Civics/Political Science (In 4 Volumes)
Format Hardcover
Date published: 01.01.2001
Edition 1st ed.
Language: English
isbn 8126109548
length viii+252p.; viii+253-500p.; viii+262p.; viii+263-507p., Illustrations; 26cm