By Ellen Grigsby
Interpreting POLITICS is a entire exam of the sector of political technological know-how. Taking a comparative method, it examines quite a few subfields of political technology, together with tools, political concept, comparative politics, diplomacy, and U.S. politics. Exhaustive in its assurance of the cloth, reading POLITICS employs an in depth choice of containers, tables, charts, graphs, images, and cartoons to carry the reader's cognizance.
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Scientific method is characterized by epistemological empiricism (insofar as it is based on the assumption that what is true is what is observable). Its procedures reflect this epistemological assumption, for pursuing truth by means of the scientific method entails the collection of data. The data selected for collection are the set of data observed (not what is assumed, intuited, revealed by faith, or judged to be good or bad on normative grounds). In this manner, scientific method’s epistemological empiricism is reflected in its methodological (procedural) empiricism.
This happened with a poll conducted in 1992 by Ross Perot, whose presidential campaign of that year caused major headaches for both Bill Clinton and George Bush. Perot was spearheading an effort to organize popular support for tax and spending reform. His poll contained a question about whether respondents wanted to see reductions in government spending. Ninety-seven percent of respondents answered yes. The results looked unambiguous. However, polling expert Daniel Yankelovich and associates repeated the question, worded in what they considered a more neutral fashion and administered to a more representative sample, and found the opposite.
Analyzing Politics: An Introduction to Political Science by Ellen Grigsby