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Task 1
Question 1. Political science as an academic discipline took shape:
1. after 1 World War II
2. Before World War 2
3. After World War 2
Question 2. When was the International Association of Political Science?
1. In 1949,
2. In 1951,
3. 1963
Question 3. When political science as an academic discipline has established itself in Russia?
1. 70 years of the 20th century.
2. In the 80 years of the 20th century.
3. In the 90 years of the 20th century.
Question 4. How many groups can be distinguished political laws?
1. a
2. The two
3. Three
Question 5. What group of political laws relates the separation of powers?
1. the first
2. The second
3. The third-

Task 2
Question 1. Which group of political laws include the impact of policies on the economic, social and business life of society?
1. the first
2. The second
3. The third-
Question 2. At what stage of knowledge of the political reality of the empirical techniques used?
1. at the stage of operationalization
2. at empirical evidence
3. at the stage of theoretical generalization
Question 3. What scientists determine the direction of any science called paradigm?
1. Kuhn
2. John Locke
3. P. Monson
Question 4: What are the paradigms can be identified in the system of political knowledge?
1. worldview
2. theoretical and methodological
3. All of the above
Question 5. What is the basis of belief naturalistic paradigm?
1. The creator of social life, power, politics is a god
2. a person - a child of nature, it all depends on the nature and determined by it
3. social and political - is the result of human activity

Activity 3
Question 1. What includes expert (applied) political knowledge?
1. Political analysts
2. The political prognostics
3. All of the above
Question 2. How many kinds of political forecasts differ?
1. Two
2. Three
3. Four
Question 3. What studies the micro-political science?
1. policy on a personal level
2. separate political institutions, organizations, groups
3. The global political processes
Question 4. What studies mezopolitologiya?
1. policy on a personal level
2. separate political institutions, organizations, groups
3. The global political processes
Question 5. What is studying Geopolitics?
1. The political phenomena and processes at the level of society
2. separate political institutions
3. The global political processes of international relations

Task 4
Question 1. How many stages passed philosophical political thought?
1. a
2. The two
3. Three

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Task 19
Question 1: How many types of social state isolated in western political science?
1. Two
2. Three
3. Four
Question 2. The institutionalized group - a group:
1. operating within the existing institutionalized social order
2. violate existing laws and social norms
3. occur spontaneously
Question 3. Articulation of interest may be:
1. Definitions
2. uncertain
3. All of the above
Question 4: The main function of interest groups is:
1. The articulation of interests
2. Integration Group
3. All of the above
Question 5. The main feature of the articulation is uncertain:
1. The growth of the general discontent
2. concerns about their personal fate
3. All of the above

Task 20
Question 1. How many ways of influence of pressure groups on the state bodies do you know?
1. a
2. The two
3. Three
Question 2. How many conditions necessary for the formation of lobbying as a political institution?
1. Two
2. Three
3. Four
Question 3: Depending on the duration of the lobbying can be:
1. Disposable
2. DC
3. All of the above
Question 4: Depending on the relations between the object and the subject of lobbying lobbying can be:
1. pluralist
2. Corporate
3. All of the above
Question 5. Depending on the level at which power comes lobbying, lobbying can be:
1. Federal
2. Local
3. All of the above

Task 21
Question 1. How many functions of political parties in modern society can be identified?
1. Two
2. Three
3. Five
Question 2. mobilizing function of political parties is:
1. in the formation and recruitment of the political elite
2. the ability of parties to organize mass
3. the development of an ideological concept
Question 3. What characterizes the human parties?
1. The absence of a system of membership
2. The activities are aimed at carrying out the campaign
3. All of the above
Question 4: What type of party electoral called?
1. Personnel
2. Ideological
3. Centralized
Question 5. Who has formulated the "iron law of oligarchy"?
1. G. Heller
2. R. Michels
3. VM Hessen

Task 22
Question 1. The party system may be:
1. Noncompetitive
2. Competitive
3. All of the above
Question 2. competitive party system - is:
1. The two-party system
2. The multi-party system
3. All of the above
Question 3. Non-competitive party system - is:
1. The one-party system
2. The two-party system
3. The multi-party system
Question 4. Which country has two-party system?
1. United States
2. UK
3. All of the above
Question 5. What is the hallmark of "two and a half" party system?
1. The inability of two influential parties to achieve an absolute majority in parliament
2. dependence on third parties in its intention to join one side or the other
3. All of the above

Task 23
Question 1. What factors affect the formation of the party system in the country?
1. The type of political regime
2. The historical features of the country
3. All of the above
Question 2. How many main types of electoral systems adopted to allocate?
1. a
2. The two
3. Three
Question 3. What is characteristic of the proportional electoral system?
1. The principle of majority
2. the holding of elections in multi-member districts
3. The combination of proportional and majority systems
Question 4. "security barrier" in our country is represented by:
1. 5% of the vote
2. 10% of the vote
3. 50% of the vote
Question 5. What are the system today, the State Duma elections in Russia?
1. The mixed electoral system
2. The majority electoral system
3. The proportional system

Task 24
Question 1. The concept of political socialization has been actively developed:
1 in the US in the late 50s
2. in Russia in the late 70s
3 in Germany in the early 80s
Question 2. Ho

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