Political Philosophy (aka Political Theory) is an area of political science that deals with issues such as:
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Forms of State (Fascist, Communist,
There are a few good places to look for journal articles in the areas of Political Theory and Political Philosophy. These include:
At times, you may be looking fo a Historical Treatment of any one of these topics (e.g. past Fascist regimes). If you need this type of information consult one of the following History Databases:
For a discussion of Ethics, Rights, and Social Justice issues pertaining to particular groups within society (Race, Gender, Sexual Orientation, and Religion) also check out the list of database pertaining to Citizens Groups listed in the box Below.
Some Databases that will provide information about different citizen groups include:
If you are a student or faculty member at Brandon University, you can access databases from off campus.
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