Dissertations on Politics
Politics refers to the way in which decisions are made on behalf of groups of people. A politician will use their position to suggest and support the creation of new policies and laws, before a group of politicians will come together to debate the creation of such policies and laws.
Latest Politics Dissertations
Including full dissertations, proposals, individual dissertation chapters, and study guides for students working on their undergraduate or masters dissertation.
A whole new world: Social media as an Election Monitoring Tool
Social’s media’s rapid proliferation in almost every country in the world has revealed a new potential for its use a political tool....
Last modified: 2nd Mar 2022
Competition for Water Resources in the River Basin of Brahmaputra
There is a competition for the resources of water between China, Bangladesh, and India in the River basin of Brahmaputra....
Last modified: 17th Feb 2022
Global policymakers and catastrophic risk
This paper arises from a study of those involved the governance of risks from emerging technologies, examining the perceptions of global catastrophic risk within the relevant global policymaking community....
Last modified: 16th Feb 2022
Stable Support for Democracy in East and Southeast Asia? Examining Citizens’ Trust in Democratic Institutions
This contribution examines not only the current levels and development of political trust but also whether it is influenced more by long-term factors or short-term factors....
Last modified: 15th Feb 2022
Can Cyber Warfare Become a New Arena of Conflict?
This dissertation looks at the subject of cyber warfare and examines how widespread a concern this is to nations and if indeed it is just a concern of the super powers....
Last modified: 2nd Feb 2022
A threat‑centered theory of policy entrepreneurship
We know relatively little about the conditions that encourage people to jump into the political fray as policy entrepreneurs. This paper aims to fill that gap....
Last modified: 20th Jan 2022
Preferences for Female Political Leaders in Times of Threat
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I propose to investigate preferences for female political leaders as a function of the membership of the group posing the threat and whether the leader is described as upholding cultural traditions....
Last modified: 17th Jan 2022
A Study of Endorsement Effects in Politics Using Balance Theory Approach
The purpose of this study is to examine the celebrity endorsement effects in the political sector. This study mainly focuses on the likability factor of the celebrities to see their effectiveness in situations where the celebrity either endorses the political candidate or decides to speak against the candidate....
Last modified: 4th Jan 2022
Development of an Internet-based Web Application for an Electronic Voting System
The academic question this report thrives on answering is how to stop security threats in electronic in electronic voting systems. In answering the academic question, there are aims and objectives to help navigate through the report and project implementation....
Last modified: 22nd Dec 2021
Analysis of Donald Trump's Election Cycle and Sentiment on Twitter
In this thesis, the author examines the last 131 days of the 2016 election cycle. This analysis focuses on how sentiment is present on Twitter when people engage in political communication....
Last modified: 25th Nov 2021
Comparative Study on Compulsory Voting
This study explores various aspects of democracy and compulsory voting in the present political scenario with particular focus on the USA....
Last modified: 24th Nov 2021
Dissertation on Nuclear Security and Disaster Management
The goal of this research is to bring attention to nuclear security. Hawaii is the focus of this study due to the limited resources they have in the event of a ballistic missile or nuclear attack....
Last modified: 17th Nov 2021
The Malaysian Political Economy: Nationalism, Race and Party Politics
This dissertation looks upon the notion of a separation within society, and assesses the impact of how political events create macroeconomic fluctuations in Malaysia....
Last modified: 15th Nov 2021
Fair Trial or Show Trial? Examining The Trial of Saddam Hussein
Was the trial of Saddam Hussein a fair trial? Was it a show trial? This dissertation aims to bring this substantive question into the contentious debate surrounding the Dujail trial....
Last modified: 11th Nov 2021
Promised Land, Crusader State: The Rise, Fall and Return of the Covenant Nation
This paper will primarily argue that in order to understand Israel as an inherently violent and conflict-laden nation-state it is necessary to move away from the established contextually-derived theories of nationalism and move to one that is more cognitively based....
Last modified: 5th Nov 2021
Responses to Genocide: Political and Humanitarian Strategies
This dissertation examines the humanitarian crisis in the Sudanese region of Darfur during 2003-2004, a situation that has continued through to 2005....
Last modified: 3rd Nov 2021
Analysis of the Conflict of Nagorno-Karabakh
This dissertation focuses on the conflict of Nagorno-Karabakh; the origins of the conflict, its present state and the possible future. Throughout the dissertation several key aspects and theories of International relations are analysed....
Last modified: 1st Nov 2021
Decentralization and Local Governance of the Health Sector in India
This study focuses on the effectiveness of fiscal decentralization on health sector development of rural Kerala, Panchayats and their health centres and beneficiaries....
Last modified: 29th Oct 2021
Political Participation and Citizenship: Aristotelian Perspectives on Democracy
This thesis aims to explore what kinds of institutional arrangements in Aristotle’s model are compatible with the modern democratic ideals and in what respect they constitute the essence of democratic citizenship....
Last modified: 14th Oct 2021
Is Democracy Essential for Good Governance?
This research begins by theorizing good governance and democracy and then explores the UAE and its monarchic system of government....
Last modified: 12th Oct 2021
History of Police Stop and Search Powers in the UK
This dissertation charts the history of the stop and search powers of the British police from the notorious Brixton riots up to the modern day....
Last modified: 5th Oct 2021
Was the Kyoto Protocol Successful?
This paper discusses what the Kyoto Protocol is and the reason why it was created. The paper then analyses its achievements and shortcomings....
Last modified: 30th Sep 2021
Role of Social Media in Political Communication
This paper argues that social media plays a supporting role in mediating political communication between members of the public, politicians and political parties. ...
Last modified: 29th Sep 2021
Impact of Government Spending on Tesco
Government spending has implications for Tesco as an organisation. If there is a fall in government spending, it will lead to a lower demand for goods and services....
Last modified: 28th Sep 2021
Would it be in the UK’s best interest for health care to be privatized?
This dissertation aims to answer the question ‘would it be in the UK’S best interest for healthcare to go private?’ and addresses the current state of the NHS and the health care available....
Last modified: 2nd Sep 2021
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