I. Greek Political Thought Plato: Justice, Ideal State Aristotle: Theory of the State, Revolutions II. Medieval and Early Modern Political Thought Church and the State: St. Augustine Marsilio of Padua Nicolo Machiavelli: State and Statecraft I. Social Contract Theory Thomas Hobbes: Human Nature, Sovereignty John Locke: Theory of Property, Consent and Government J. J. Rousseau: Popular Sovereignty II. Idealism Immanuel Kant: Ethics and Politics G. W. F. Hegel: State and Civil Society T. H. Green: Theory of Rights.
Recommended Books: Sukhbir Singh, History of Political Thought G. H. Sabine, A History of Political Theory V. Krishna Rao, Paschatya Rajaniti Tatvavicharamu (in Telugu) John Plamenatz, Man and Society Ernest Barker, The Political Thought of Plato and Aristotle C. B. Macpherson, The Political Theory of Possessive Individualism M. A. POLITICAL SCIENCE AND M. A. PUBLIC ADMINISTRATION SEMESTER – I (Common for both M. A. Political Science and M. A. Public Administration students with effect from the academic year 200203) PAPER II: ADMINISTRATIVE THEORY (Classical).
Unit I. a). Introduction: Public Administration Meaning, Scope and Significance. b). Woodrow Wilson: Politics and Administration dichotomy. Unit II. a). Henri Fayol: Functionalism b). F. W. Taylor: Scientific Management Theory Unit III: a). Luther Gulick and Lyndal Urwick: Administrative Management Theory. b). Max Weber : Bureaucratic Model. Unit IV: a). Mary Parker Follet: Conflict Resolution b). Chester Barnard: NeoClassical Model Readings: 1. Prasad R and Others(eds) : Administrative Thinkers, (Telugu / English) nd 2 Edition, Sterling, New Delhi.
2. S. P. Naidu : Public Administration: Theories and Concepts, New Age International Publications, Hyderabad, 1996. 3. Hoshiar Singh & Pradeep Sachdeva : Administrative Theory, Kitab Mahal, New Delhi, 1999. 4. Fred Luthans : Organisational Behaviour. Students are required to consult relevant articles from journals relating to public administration especially the Indian Journal of Public Administration M. A. POLITICAL SCIENCE AND M. A.
PUBLIC ADMINISTRATION SEMESTER – I (Common for both M. A. Political Science and M. A. Public Administration students with effect from the academic year 200203) PAPER III: INDIAN CONSTITUTION UNIT I : (a) Making of the Indian Constitution – Basic Foundations of Indian Constitution (b) Salient Features of Indian Constitution UNIT II : (a) Fundamental Rights and Directive Principles of State Policy (b) Centre State Relations UNIT III : (a) Union Government – Parliament, President, Prime Minister and Cabinet (b) Supreme Court and Judicial Review.
UNIT IV : (a) Provisions for the Welfare of Weaker Sections (b) Reviewing of the Constitution – Sarkaria Commission and Constitutional Review Commission Reference Books: 1. Granville Austin The Indian Constitution – Corner Stone of the Nation 2. D. D. Basu Introduction to the Constitution of India 3. MorrisJones, W. H. The Government and Politics of India 4. Kothari, R Politics in India 5. V. D. Mahajan Indian Constitution 6. J. C. Johari Indian Constitution M. A. POLITICAL SCIENCE AND M. A. PUBLIC ADMINISTRATION SEMESTER I (Common for both M. A.
Political Science and M. A. Public Administration students with effect from the academic year 200203) PAPER IV: GOVERNMENT AND POLITICS IN ANDHRA PRADESH UNIT I: a). Approaches to the Study of State Government and Politics. b). Political History of the StateFormation of Andhra Pradesh. UNIT II: a) Constitutional Structures b) Political Parties UNIT III: a). SubRegional Movements: Separate Telangana Movement and Jai And hara Movement. b). Peasant Movements: Telangana Armed Struggle and Naxalite Movement. UNIT IV: a). Public Sector and Politics of Subsidy b). Liberalization.
BOOKS RECOMMENDED: 1. Myron Weiner (ed. ) 2. Iqbal Narain 3. Reddy & Sharma(eds. ) 4. V. Hanumantha Rao 5. K. V. Narayana Rao 6. Sri Prakash 7. S. C. Kashyap 8. Ashok Sen 9. Babulal Fadia 10. B. A. V. Sharma 11. Barry Pavier 12. G. Ram Reddy State Politics in India. State Politics in India. State Government & Politics in A. P. . Party Politics in Andhra Pradesh. Emergence of Andhra Pradesh. State Governors in India. Politics of Defections: A Study of State Politics in India. Role of Governors in the Emerging Patterns of Center State Relations in India.
State Politics in India. Political Economy of India. Telangana Movement 194451. Panchayati Raj and Rural Development in A. P M. A. POLITICAL SCIENCE AND M. A. PUBLIC ADMINISTRATION SEMESTER I (Common for both M. A. Political Science and M. A. Public Administration students with effect from the academic year 200203) PAPER V a (OPTIONAL): POLITICAL INSTITUTIONS AND IDEAS IN ANCIENT INDIA UNIT I: Political Ideas in the early period a) Samhitas and Brahmanas b) Principal Upanishads. UNIT II: Political ideas in Dharmasastras a) Apatstambha, Yagnovalkya and Manu.
b) Mahabharata. UNIT III: Political Ideas in Anti Vedic Literature. a) Early Buddhist Literature. b) Early Jain Literature. UNIT IV: Technical Works on Polity. a) Predecessors of Kautilya. b) Kautilya’s Arthasastra. BOOOKS REOMMENDED: 1. Cambridge History of India, vol. I. 2. Ghoshal 3. Jayaswal 4. Rangaswami Aiyanagar 5. Bandopadhyaya 6. Kane, P. V. 7. D. Machenzie Brown 8. Spellman 9. Altaker, A. S. 10. Saletore, B. A. History of Hindu Political Theory Hindu Polity Rajadharma Development of Hindu Political Theories History of Dharma Sastra, Vol.
III The White Umbrella The Political Theory of Ancient India State and Government in Ancient India Ancient Indian Political Thought and Institutions M. A. POLITICAL SCIENCE AND M. A. PUBLIC ADMINISTRATION SEMESTER I (Common for both M. A. Political Science and M. A. Public Administration Students with effect from the academic year 200203) PAPER V b (OPTIONAL): WOMEN AND POLITICS Unit I: THEORITICAL APPROACHES i) Political Phil ii) osophers on Women: Plato, Aristotle Rousseau, J. S.
Mill and Karl Marx iii) Liberal and Radical Approaches iv) Mary Woolstone Craft and Simon de Beauvoir WOMEN AND THE INDIAN STATE i) Indian Constitution and Women ii) Committee on the Status of Women 1975 iii) National Policies on Women WOMEN AND POLITICAL PARTICIPATION i) Women and Nationalist Movement ii) Women’s Electoral Participation Trends National and State iii) Women’s Movement in India Perspectives and Strategies RESERVATION THE EXPERIENCE OF PANCHAYATI RAJ i) The Debate on Women’s Reservation rd th ii) 73 and 74 Constitutional Amendments iii) Lessons from the Experience.
Unit II: Unit III: Unit IV: READING LIST: 1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. 7. 8. Charvet John, Feminism Modern Ideologies Series, J. M. Devt & Sons London, 1982 Eva Figes, Patriarchal Attitudes Women in Society, New Delhi: Macmillan, 1985 . Agnew Vijay,
Elite Women in Indian Politics, Vikas, New Delhi, 1979. Susheela Kaushik,
(ed. ), Women’s Participation in Politics.
Diana Coole, Women in Political Theory. Simon de Beauvoir, The Second Sex. Vicky Randall : Women and Politics, Macmillan, London, 1982.
Government of India, Ministry of Education and Social Welfare: Towards Equality: Report of the Committee on the Status of Women, New Delhi, 1974. 9. Geraldine Forbes: Women in Modern India, New Delhi, Cambridge University Press, 1996. 10. Veena Mazumdar (ed. ) , Symbols of Power. 11. Issues of Panchayati Raj Update Institute of Social Sciences, New Delhi. OLD M. A. POLITICAL SCIENCE AND M. A. PUBLIC ADMINISTRATION SEMESTER I (Common for both M. A. Political Science and M. A.
Public Administration Students with effect from the academic year 200607) PAPER V b (OPTIONAL): WOMEN AND POLITICS Unit I: THEORITICAL APPROACHES i) Ancient Political Philosophers on Women – Plato, Aristotle Rousseau. ii) Modern Liberal Thinkers: Mary Woostonecraft, J. S. Mill iii) Radial thinkers – Karl Marx and Angels, Simon de Beauboir, Kate Millet. WOMEN AND THE INDIAN STATE i) Indian Constitution and Women ii) Committee on the Status of Women 1975 iii) National Policies on Women – 1988 and 2001.
WOMEN AND POLITICAL PARTICIPATION i) Women and Nationalist Movement ii) Women’s Electoral Participation Trends National and State iii) Women’s Movement in India Perspectives and Strategies RESERVATION THE EXPERIENCE IN LOCAL GOVERNMENT i)The Debate on Women’s Reservation rd th ii) 73 and 74 Constitutional Amendments iii) Women’s Political participation – problems and prospects. Unit II: Unit III: Unit IV: READING LIST: 1. Charvet John, Feminism Modern Ideologies Series, J. M. Devt & Sons London, 1982 2 Eva Figes, Patriarchal Attitudes Women in Society, New Delhi: Macmillan, 1985.
3 Agnew Vijay, Elite Women in Indian Politics, Vikas, New Delhi, 1979. 4 Susheela Kaushik, (ed. ), Women’s Participation in Politics. 5 Diana Coole, Women in Political Theory. 6 Simon de Beauvoir, The Second Sex. 7 Vicky Randall : Women and Politics, Macmillan, London, 1982. 8 Government of India, Ministry of Education and Social Welfare: Towards Equality: Report of the Committee on the Status of Women, New Delhi, 1974. 9 Geraldine Forbes: Women in Modern India, New Delhi, Cambridge University Press, 1996. 10 Veena Mazumdar (ed. ) , Symbols of Power.
11. Issues of Panchayati Raj UPDATE Institute of Social Sciences, New Delhi. M. A. PUBLIC ADMINISTRATION SEMESTER – III (FROM THE ACADEMIC YEAR 2003 – 2004) PAPER – I COMPARATIVE PUBLIC ADMINISTRATION UNITI: COMPARATIVE PUBLIC ADMINISTRATION – HISTORY AND CONCEPT 1. Evolution of Comparative Public Administration – Comparative Administration Group (CAG) 2. Definition, Scope and Importance of Comparative Public Administration 3. Comparative Elements in Earlier Administrative Theory. UNIT II ? MODELS IN COMPARATIVE PUBLIC ADMINISTRATION 1.
Bureaucratic Model 2. Ecological Model 3. Administrative Systems Model UNIT III : COMPARATIVE ADMINISTRATIVE SYSTEMS . 1. Administrative Systems of Developed Nations : USA and UK 2. Administrative Systems of Developing Countries 3. Administrative Systems of Communist States UNIT – IV : COMPARATIVE PUBLIC ADMINISTRATION : RECENT TRENDS 1. International Administration 2. Global Public Administration 3. Comparative Public Administration: Decline and Revival. Reference Books: Ferrel Heady : Public Administration : A Comparative Perspective R. K.
Arora : Comparative Public Administration : An Ecological Perspective Viswanathan : Comparative Public Administration T. N. Chaturvedi and V. P. Verma (eds. ) :
Comparative Public Administration Ali Farazmand : Handbook of Comparative and Development Administration JeanClaude GareiaZamor and Renu Khator: Public Administration in the Global Village 7. C. V. Raghavulu and M. Bapuji : Tulanatmaka Prabhutva Palana, Telugu Academy (in Telugu) 1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. M. A. PUBLIC ADMINISTRATION SEMESTER III (From the academic year 2003 – 2004) PAPER II: PUBLIC PERSONNEL ADMINISTRATION.
Unit I: 1. Introduction to Public Personnel Administration: Meaning, Definition Scope and Significance. 2. Public Service: Concept and Role in Modern State. Unit II: 1. Recruitment: Recruitment and Selection Process, Recruitment Policy, Recruitment Methods, Induction and Placement. 2. Classification: Classification of Services: Role Classification and Position Classification. Unit III: 1. Man Power Planning/Human Resource Planning: Meaning Importance, Supply and Demand Forecast. 2. Career Planning: Meaning and Process, Job Enrichment and Capacity Building. Unit IV: 1.
Pay and Service Conditions: Pay Principles, Pay Determination And Pay Commissions. 2. Discipline: Conduct, Discipline and Supeannuation. Reference Books: 1. Glenn O. Sthal : Public Personnel Administration 2. Felix A. Nigro : Public Personnel Administration 3. Pfiffner and Presthus : Public Administration 4. S. R. Maheswari : Indian Administration 5. Avasthi and Maheswari : Public Administration 6. Ramesh K. Arora and Rajni Goyal : Indian Public Administration 7. Report of Administrative Reforms Commission on Personnel Administration
M. A. PUBLIC ADMINISTRATION SEMESTER III (From the academic year 2003 – 2004) PAPER III: INDIAN ADMINISTRATION Unit I: a). The legacy of Indian Administration Evolution Kautilya Moghal period British period and Constitutional Framework. b) . Structure of Indian Administration : Prime Minister’s role Central Secretariat Cabinet Secretariat PMO c). All India services UPSC Unit II: State Administration a). State Secretarial : Chief Secretary State Services. b). Role of District Collector. c). Planning Machinery at the State level District Planning.
Unit III: Issues of Indian Bureaucracy a). Political Executive and Bureaucracy b). Indian Bureaucracy: A case for representatives. c). The Generalist and the Specialist in Indian Administration. Unit IV: a). Administration of Planning: Planning Commission and National Development council. b). Centre State Administrative Relations. c). People’s Participation in Grassroots Development Janma Bhoomi MicroPlanning. Unit V: a). Citizen Administration Redressal of Citizens’ Grievances Lokpal and Lokayukta in Andhra Pradesh. b). Corruption in Indian Public Life Role of Central Vigilance Commission. c).
Administrative Reforms and innovations in India. Readings: 1. Ramesh k. Arora and Rajni Goyal : Indian Public Administration, Wishwa Prakashan, New Delhi, 1995. 2. Hoshiar Singh and Mohinder singh: Public Administration in India, Sterling, New Delhi, 1995. 3. Hoshiar Singh : Indian Administration 4. R. B. Jain : Contemporary issues in Indian Administration, Vishal, Delhi, 1976. 5. Haridwar Rai and S. P. Singh : Current Ideas and issues in Public Administration, th 6. S. R. Maheswari : Indian Administration (5 Edition) 7. J. C. Johari : Indian Political System. 8. Hariharadas : Political System of India.
Students are required to consult relevant articles from journals relating to public administration especially the Indian Journal of Public Administration M. A. PUBLIC ADMINISTRATION SEMESTER III (From the academic year 2003 – 2004) PAPER – IV PANCHAYATI RAJ IN INDIA UNIT – I : INTRODUCTION 1. Definition, Scope and Importance of Local Self Government. 2. History of Rural Local – Self Government in India – Ancient, Medieval and British Periods. UNIT – II : PANCHAYATI RAJ SYSTEM – NATIONAL PERSPECTIVE rd Genesis and Development of Panchayati Raj – Significance of 73 Constitutional Amendment Act 2.
Board Pattern of Panchayati Raj System – Structure and Function 1. UNIT – III : PANCHAYATI RAJ SYSTEM IN ANDHRA PRADESH 1. Important Features of the A. P. Panchayati Raj Act of 1994. 2. Functioning of Panchayati Raj Institutions. UNIT – IV : PANCHAYATI RAJ SYSTEM: IMPORTANT AREAS 1. Panchayati Raj Finances – Role of State Finance Commission 2. Panchayati Raj – State Relations Reference Books: 1. S. R. Maheswari : Local Government in India 2. G. Ram Reddy : Patterns of Pancharati Raj. 3. B. S. Khanna : Panchayati Raj in India 4. M.
Bapuji : Tulanaatmaka Sthaanika Prabhutwalu (Comparative Local Governments) in Telugu, Telugu M. A. PUBLIC ADMINISTRATION SEMESTER III (From the academic year 2003 – 2004) PAPER – V. a (Optional) POLICE ADMINISTRATION UNIT – I : INTRODUCTION 1. Nature and Importance Police Administration 2. Origin and Growth of Police Administration in India 3. Police Administration in Andhra Pradesh: Salient Features. UNIT 11 : STRUCTURE OF POLICE ADMINISTRATION 1. Police Administration at Central Level 2. Police Administration at State and District Levels 3. Police Administration at Cutting Edge.
UNIT – III : HUMAN RESOURCE ASPECTS OF POLICE ADMINISTRATION 1. Recruitment and Training 2. Morale and Motivation 3. Police Code of Conduct and Disciplinary Rules. UNIT – IV : SOME IMPORTANT ISSUES 1. Public – Police Relations 2. Reforms in Police Administration 3. Police and Trade Union Rights Reference Books: 1. R. K. Bhardwaj : Indian Police Administration 2. Girija Shah : Modern Police Administration 3. S. Sen : Police in Democratic State 4. J. Singh : Inside Indian Police 5. Favrean, Donald and Gillespic, Joseph E.
, Modern Police Administration M. A. PUBLIC ADMINISTRATION SEMESTER III (From the academic year 2003 – 2004) PAPER – V. b(Optional) SOCIAL WELFARE ADMINISTRATION UNIT – 1 : INTRODUCTION 1. Concepts of Welfare and Social Welfare 2. Meaning, Scope and Importance of Social Welfare Administration UNIT – II : SOCIAL WELFARE ADMINISTRATION IN INDIA 1. Social Welfare Policies of Government of India 2. Structure of Social Welfare Administration at the Centre, State and District levels UNIT – III : WELFARE SCHEMES AND PROGRAMMES CONCERNING 1. Scheduled Castes and Scheduled Tribes 2.
Women and Children UNIT – IV : AGENCIES OF SOCIAL WELFARE 1. Governmental Agencies 2. NonGovernmental Agencies. Reference Books: 1. T. S. Simey : Principles of Social Administration 2. Paul D. Chowdury : Social Welfare Administration in India 3. F. W. Reid : Social Welfare Administration 4. Walter A. Forieldlander : Introduction to Social Welfare. M. A. POLITICAL SCIENCE SEMESTER – III (From the academic year 200304) PAPER – I COMPARATIVE POLITICS UNIT. I : INTRODUCTION 1. Meaning, Nature and Scope of Comparative Politics 2. Growth of the Study of Comparative Politics 3.
Major Approaches to Comparative Politics UNIT. II : POLITICAL DEVELOPMENT AND POLITICAL DEPENDENCY 1. Concept of Development Syndrome – Lucian Pye 2. CentrePeriphery – Third World Perspective 3. Origin and Relevance of Dependency Theory UNIT. III : POLITICAL IDEOLOGY AND PARTY SYSTEMS 1. Political Ideology: Meaning, Nature and General Characteristics 2. Ideologies of Liberalism, Fascism and Marxism 3. Nature, Functions and Typology of Party Systems UNIT. IV : CONSTITUTINALISM 1. Meaning and Development of the Term 2. Constitutionalism in the West – England, France and America 3.
Problems and Prospects of Constitutionalism in Developing Countries Reading List: 1. Gabriel Almond and Bingham Powell : Comparative Politics: A Development Approach 2. Lucian Pye : Aspects of Political Development 3. J. C. Johari : Comparative Politics 4. Howard, J. Wiarda : New Directions in Comparative Politics 5. Mortan R. Davies & Vaugham A. Lewis: Models of Political System 6. S. N. Ray : Modern Comparative Politics 7. Gwendolen Carter & John H.
Herz : Government and Politics in the Twentieth Century 8. Samuel, H. Beer : Modern Political Development M. A. POLITICAL SCIENCE SEMESTER – III (From the academic year 200304) PAPER – II APPROACHES AND THEORY IN INTERNATIONAL RELATIONS UNIT. I : a) Introduction : The Nature of International Relations b) Normative Approaches, Structuralism and NeoRealism UNIT. II : a) Power, Influence and Authority, Realistic Theory b) Decision – Making Analysis UNIT. III : a) Systems Approach b) Communication Theory UNIT .
IV : a) Integration Theory, Marxist Perspective b) Peace Research Reference Books: 1. Bull H : International Theory: The Case for Classical Approach, World Politics 2. Knorr, K,, & Rosenau, J. N. : Contending Approaches to International Politics 3. Clude, I. : Power and International Relations 4. Herz, J. H. : International Politics in Atomic Age 5. Kaplan, M. : System and Process in International Politics 5. Trevor Taylor(ed. ) : Approaches and Theory in International Relations 6.
Margot Light and A. J. R. Groom : International Relations – A Handbook of Current Theory M. A. POLITICAL SCIENCE SEMESTER – III (From the academic year 200304) PAPER III: MODERN POLITICAL THEORY Introductory The Nature of Political Theory Influence of Positivism on Political Theory Empirical Political Theory Perspectives on the Modern State: Liberal and Marxist Central Concepts Related to the Modern State Legitimacy: Legitimation Crisis of the Modern State Rights: Natural Rights, Welfare Rights Liberty: Negative and Positive Liberty?
Marxian Notion of Liberty Justice: Different Conceptions New Directions Post Modernism: Michel Foucault on Power Feminist Perspectives on Patriarchy and Power Communitarianism Issues and Ideas in Contemporary Political Theory End of History: Francis Fukuyama Clash of Civilizations: Samuel Huntington Third Way: Anthony Giddens PostLiberalism: John Gray Recommended Books: S. P. Varma, Modern Political Theory Madan G. Gandhi, Modern Political Theory J. C. Johari, Contemporary Political Theory III. David Miller, Social Justice Robert Dahl, Modern Political Analysis N.
Barry, An Introduction to Modern Political Theory Michael Freeden, Rights Zygmunt Bauman, Freedom David Held, Political Theory and the Modern State Andrew Vincent, Theories of the State Vidhu Varma, Justice, Equality and Community: An Essay in Marxist Theory Michel Foucault, Power/Knowledge Diana Coole, Women in Political Theory Francis Fukuyama, The End of History and the Last Man Samuel J. Huntington, The Clash of Civilizations and the Remaking of World Order Anthony Giddens, The Third Way John Gray, Postliberalism: Studies in Political Thought M. A.
POLITICAL SCIENCE SEMESTER – III (From the academic year 200304) PAPER – IV: MODERN INDIAN POLITICAL THOUGHT UNIT – 1 : Foundations of Modern Indian Political Thought 1. Rammohan Roy 2. Dayananda Saraswati 3. Bala Gangadhara Tilak UNIT – II : Gandhian Thought 1. Non Violence and Satyagraha 2. Relationship between Means and Ends. 3. Concept of State and Government. UNIT III : Socialist and Humanist Thought 1. Ram Manohar Lohia 2. Jawaharlal Nehru 3. M. N. Roy UNIT IV : Problem of Minorities and Backward Social Groups 1. M. A. Jinnah 2. Dr. B. R. Ambedkar, General Readings: 1.
Sankar Ghose , Modern Indian Political Thought 2. O. P. Goyal? Studies in Modern Indian Political Thought 3. G. N. Sarma and Moin Shakir, Politics and Society: Ram Mohan Roy to Nehru 4. V. P. Varma, Modern Indian Political Thought Recommended Readings: th 1. A. Appadorai, Indian Political Thinking in the 20 Century from Naoroji to Nehru 2. O. P. Goyal, Contemporary Indian Political Thought 3. A. M. Zaidi, Encylopaedia of Indian National Congress (Students should refer relevant sections in different Volumes) 4. Bipin Chandra, Nationalism and Colonialism in Modern India 5.
A. R. Desai, Social Backward of Indian Nationalism 6. Thomas Pantham and Deutsch, Modern Political Thought in India 7. K. P. Karunakaran, Democracy in India M. A. POLITICAL SCIENCE SEMESTER – III (From the academic year 200304) PAPER – V. a (Optional): DIPLOMACY UNIT I : 1. The Nature and Origins of Modern Diplomacy. 2. The Development of Diplomatic Theory UNIT II : 1. The Transition from Old Diplomacy to New Diplomacy 2. Democratic Diplomacy UNIT III : 1. Recent Changes in Diplomatic Practice 2. Points of Diplomatic Procedure UNIT IV : 1.
Propaganda and Diplomacy 2. Diplomacy in the UN Reference Books: 1. Bailey, Sydney B. : The General Assembly of the United Nations, Stevens 2. Bowles, Chester. : Ambassador’s Report, NY, Haper 3. Briggs, Hebert W. : The Law of Nations, NY, AppletonCenturyCrofts 4. Carr, E. H. : The Twenty Years of Crisis, London, Macmillan 5. Huddleston Sisley : Popular Diplomacy and War, Peterborough 6. Krishna Murthy, G. V. G: Dynamics of Diplomacy, National Publishing House, New Delhi 7. Nicolson Harold : Diplomacy, London, Oxford University Press 8.
Plischke, Elmer : Summit Diplomacy, Maryland 9. Satow Sir Ernest : A Guide to Diplomatic Practice, Longmans M. A. POLITICAL SCIENCE SEMESTER – III (From the academic year 200304) PAPER – V b (Optional): POLITICAL ECONOMY UNIT I: Theories of Political Economy? a) Classical Political Economy Adam Smith and David Ricardo. b) Marxian Political Economy. UNIT II: a) Theories of Underdevelopment A. G. Frank, Samir Amin. b) Liberalization and its Implications for National Economies. UNIT III: a) Impact of Colonial Rule on Indian Economy.
b) Indian Economy: Important Features. UNITIV: a) State Directed Economy. b) Structural Adjustment. BOOKS RECOMMENDED: 1. Koxlou, G. A. 2. Afanasye, L. 3. Bardan, Pranab 4. Howard, M. C. 5. Bagchi, A. K. 6. Frankel & Frankel 7. Amartya Sen 8. Robert Lucas and Gustav Planack 9. Ranjit Sau 10. C. T. Kurein 11. D. J. Byres 12. Micheal Clossudosky 13. Partha Chatterje 14. B. A. V. Sharma Political Economy of Socialism Political Economy of Capitalism Political Economy of Development in India Political Economy of Marx Political Economy of Under Development.
Political Economy of India, 194777. Commodities and Capabilities. Indian Economy: Recent Developments and Future Prospect. Indian Economic Development. Globalisation and Indian Economy. The State Development Planning and Liberalisation in India. The Globalisation of Poverty. State and Politics in India. Political Economy of India. M. A. POLITICAL SCIENCE & M. A. PUBLIC ADMINISTRATION Semester – II (Common for both M. A. Political Science & M. A. Public Administration students with effect from the academic year 200203) Paper – II : Western Political Thought – II.
1. Liberalism Adam Smith: Political Economy Jeremy Benthan: Principle of Utility J. S. Mill:Liberty, Representative Government 2. Contemporary Liberalism F. A. Hayek on Liberty Robert Nozick: Minimal State John Rawis: Theory of Justice 3. Socialism Early Socialists: Saint Simon and Robert Owen Marl Marx: Critique of Capitalism, Revolution Antonio Gramsci: Civil Society and Hegemony 4. Revisions to Socialism Revisions to Marxism: Eduard Bemstein Critical theory: Herbert Marcuse PostMarxism: Emesto Laclau Recent Trends in Socialist Theory.
Recommended Books: Sukhabir Singh, History of Political Thought G. H. Sabine, A History of Political Theory Anthony Crespigny and Kenneth Minlgue, Contemporary Political Philosophers Bhiku Parekh, Contemporary Political Thinkers V. Krishna Rao, Paschatya Rajaniti Tatvavicharamu (in Telugu) Robert Nozick, Anarchy, State and Utopia John Gray, Liberalism Bernard Crick, Socialism David Held, An Introduction to Critical Theory Roger Simon, Gramsd’s Political Thought: An Introduction Emesto Laciau, Reflections on the Revolution of Our Time David Muller, Market, Sate and Community G. A.
Cohen,”Is There Still a Case for Socialism” M. A. POLITICAL SCIENCE & M. A. PUBLIC ADMINISTRATION Semester – II (Common for both M. A. Political Science & M. A. Public Administration students with effect from the academic year 200203) Paper – II : Contemporary Administrative Theory Unit I. a) Elton Mayo: Human Relations Theory b) Herbert A Simon: Decision Making Theory a) Motivation Theory: Abraham Maslow – Hierarchy of Needs b) Frederck Herzberg: Motivation _ Hygiene Theory a) Douglas McGregor: Theory ‘X’ and Theory ‘Y’ b) Chris Argynis: Integration Between the individual and the organization.
Unit – II. Unit III. UnitIV. a) Rensis Likert: Management Systems b) Theories of Leadership – Michigan Studies, Chio State Leadership Studies, Group Dynamics, Managerial Grid and Contingency Model. Unit V. a) Policy Analysis: Yehzkel Dror. b) New Public Administration: Minnobrook Perspective. Readings: 1. Prasad R and Others (ed) 2. S. P. Naidu : Administrative Thinkers(Telugu / English) : Public Administration: Theories and Concepts. New Age International Publications, Hyd,1996. 3. Hoshiar Singh & Pradeep : Administrative Theory, Kitab Mahal, Sachdeva. New Delhi,1999.
4. Fred Luthans : Organizational Behavior 5. Likert R. , : New Patterns of Management 6. Argyris C. : Personality and Organization 7. Prank Marini : New Public Administration. · Students are required to consult relevant articles from journals relating to public administration especially the Indian Journal of Public Administration. M. A. POLITICAL SCIENCE & M. A. PUBLIC ADMINISTRATION Semester – II (Common for both M. A. Political Science & M. A. Public Administration students with effect from the academic year 200203) Paper – III : Public Policy Unit I.
a) Public Policy: Meaning, Nature, Scope and Importance. b) The Pioneers:Harold D. Lasswell and Yehezkel Dror. Policy Formulation: Some Models a) Systems Model b) Group Model c) Elite Model Theories of Decision – Making: a) Rational Comprehensive Theory b) Incremental Theory c) Mixed – Scanning Unit II. Unit –III. UnitIV. Unit – V. Evaluation of Public Policies Public Policies in India: a) Industrial Policy b) Agrarian Policy Recommended Text Books: 1. Anderson, James E. : Public Policy making 2. Dye, Thomas R: Under Standing Public Policy 3.
Yehzakel Dror: Ventures in Policy Sciences: Concepts and Applications. 4. Dutt and Sundaram: Indian Economy Recommended Reference Books: 1. Laswell,Harold. D. : Policy Sciences, International Encyclopaedia of Social Sciences. 2. Dye, Thomas R. : Policy Analysis 3. Ira Sharankasy (ed. ) : Policy Analysis in Political Science 4. Charles E. Lindblom : The Policy making process 5. Daniel Lernor and H. D. Lasswell : The Poplicy Sciences: Recent Development in Scope and Method 6. Di Nitto, Diana M, and Dye, Thomas R :Social Welfare: Politics and Public Policy 7.
Francis Ankle : India’s Political Economy 194777: The Gradual Revolution. 8. Jag Mohan (ed. ) : 25 years of Indian Independence 9. M. Kistaiah : Public Policy and Administration 10. Srimal Mohan Lal : Land Reforms in India Promise and performance. 11. Raja Purohit A. R. (ed. ) : Land Reforms in India 12. Sharma, B. A. V. (ed. ) : Political Economy of India: A Study of Land Reforms. 13. Vijay Joshi an IMD Little : India’s Economic Reforms 19912001 14. Dreze Jeep and Amarty Sen (eds. ) : The Political Economy of Hunger. 15. M. A. POLITICAL SCIENCE & M. A. PUBLIC ADMINISTRATION.
Semester – II (Common for both M. A. Political Science & M. A. Public Administration students with effect from the academic year 200203) PaperIV. Research Methodology Unit I. :Social Research and Methods 1. Traditional Methods 2. Scientific Method 3. Importance of Social Research : Theory Formation 1. Theory 2. Facts and Values 3. Concept Formation Unit – II. UnitIII. Hypothesis and Research Design 1. formation of Hypothesis 2. Testing of Hypothesis 3. Research Design Unit – IV. Collection and Analysis of Data and Report Writing 1. Sampling, Observation, Interview and Questionnaire 2.
Analysis of Data 3. Report Writing Reading List: 1. W. J. Goode & P. K. Hatt: Methods of Social Research 2. Wilkinson & Bhandarkar: Methodology and Techniques of Social Research 3. Pauline Young: Scientific Social Surveys. M. A. POLITICAL SCIENCE & M. A. PUBLIC ADMINISTRATION Semester – II (Common for both M. A. Political Science & M. A. Public Administration students with effect from the academic year 200203) PaperIII. Indian Political Process Unit I . : 1. Indian Polity: Theoretical Framework 2. Socip – Political Legacies : Hindu, British and Gandhian : 1.