An Evaluation of the Major Criticisms of the Behaviourist Revolution in the Political Sciences. 21/10/2016

The behaviourist revolution in the political sciences began in the 1930s within the United States. Its emergence is regarded as a revolution as it represented a sharp break from previous political science. This is because it advocated for a completely objective, quantified approach to analyse and predict political behaviour.[1] American academic Hanes Walton Jr, outlined…

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Capability versus Intent: How the United States Represented the Threat of WMD-Terrorism since 2001. BA (HONS) Thesis, UQ. 2/6/2017

The events of the 11th of September in 2001 significantly changed how the United States and the Western world perceived the threat posed by non-state terrorist organisations. The 9/11 attacks undermined the illusion of America‚Äôs invulnerability in the post-Cold War era. It was the first time they had been attacked since Pearl Harbor and the…