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PSIR 1A References: Important Books and Articles

The study of optional demands a rich study. And although the standard notes are there, sometimes they are not sufficient for some students. Additionally, there is also a dynamic aspect of the subject that is either too vast to too changing to put in notes. Hence, for this purpose, we felt important to publish a list of stands books and articles on each topic that can be referred to. We are also trying to include the review of the book/article from an exam perspective so that you’ll have an idea of what to expect from a particular source.

There can be four broad divisions of PSIR 1A


1) Political Theory

POLITICAL THEORY – AN INTRODUCTION by Andrew Heywood
AN INTRODUCTION TO POLITICAL THEORY by O P Gauba


2) Ideologies

A Chapter from AN INTRODUCTION TO POLITICAL THEORY by O P Gauba
POLITICAL IDEOLOGIES – AN INTRODUCTION by Andrew Heywood


2) Indian Political Thought

INDIAN POLITICAL THOUGHT – THEMES AND THINKERS by M P Singh & Himanshu Roy
INDIAN POLITICAL THOUGHT – by O P Gauba


3) Western Political Thought

A HISTORY OF POLITICAL THOUGHT (PLATO TO MARX) – by Subrata Mukherjee & Sushila Ramaswamy
WESTERN POLITICAL THOUGHT – by O P Gauba

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Kiran

Sir. I have brought your notes.. Are they sufficient to prepare the optional?

ajay

Is it necessary to study Socrates & Rousseau ?
As there is no mention in the syllabus ?