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    October 20, 2009

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    Mark

    Ouch! My degree is in Political Science and I have to admit that there is a lot of junk out there. However, there is some useful purpose to bringing rigor to the study of such things as better ballot design, deviation among polling place accessibility and how about fair redistricting.

    Perhaps it is the process that junk gets funded and not social science itself that is flawed.

    Eric M.

    My degree is also in political science. When promoting myself in the business world, I describe it simply as a liberal arts degree. The problem with that is all the "science" I was forced to imbibe from would-be scientists studying human behavior in the realm of politics. It didn't leave a lot of time for the classics.

    The study of political "science" may be (at times) perfectly valid. Funding it from the public trough is not, simply because the government is not, cannot be, and must not become, the arbiter of what is worthy of scientific or academic scrutiny. And, in my mind, the same would ring true for any other social science.

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    Nice Article but sorry i dont like politics as much as you..!


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    I think study of the political science may have perfectly..
    simply because the government worthy of scientific academic to others social science ..
    Thanks that's great :)

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    Thanks for this info, this issue has been bugging me like crazy for the last couple of days :)

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