Goals for Political Science

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Index
Accreditation for graduate instruction, 249
Administration of graduate training, 263-274: language requirements, 273-274; scope and methods course, 266-268; supervision of graduate students, 265-266; systematic recruitment of students, 263-264; thesis requirements, 270-273; toward unification of contents, 268-270
"Administrative generalists," 77
Administrative posts the goal for trained persons, 73
Administrators, as subject-matter specialists, 82; at various levels of education, 22, 23
Agriculture Department. SeeDepartment of Agriculture
Air Force Department. SeeDepartment of the Air Force
Albright College, 282
Alexander, Norman, 121
Almond, Gabriel, 64, 228
American Chemical Society, 249
American Constitution, required course in, 102
American Council on Education, 141, 142, 148
American Economic Association, 133
American government: course most frequently required, 106; leader as beginning course, xvii, xviii; overwhelming choice in the beginning course, 194-196; required course in, 102
American Government (Magruder), 229 American People and Foreign Policy, The, 228 American Political Science Association, v, vi, vii, viii, xiii, xiv, xxiii, 3, 4, 6, 7, 8, 9, 11, 25, 67, 70, 71, 90, 97, 99, 102, 128, 129, 168, 221, 232, 240, 244, 249, 262, 276, 300, 301
American Political Science Review, v, xxiv, 249, 291, 300, 302
American University, 125
Anderson, Howard, 231
Anderson, Totton J., 121
Anderson, William, 88, 89, 251
Appleby, Paul, 76
Application in teaching citizenship, 42
"Area studies," 59, 60, 151-163: aims, objectives, and values in, 153-155; area study defined, 151-153; on both undergraduate and graduate levels, 140; disciplines considered essential and desirable for, 158, 159; integration of disciplines basic to, 155-158; for Latin America, Far East, United States, and Soviet Union, 157; participation of political science in, 159-160; research, a reversal of a trend in social science, xvi; undergraduate or graduate programs of, 161- 163
Areas and issues, major, 20
Aristotle, 269
Aristotelian view of politics, 17, 20
Army Department. SeeDepartment of the Army
Army Specialized Training Program (Language and Area Studies), 152, 153
Audio-visual aids, 290-302: college program, 297-301; film titles found especially useful, 293, 294;

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