Scope of Political Science
At the local, national, and international levels, political science involves analyzing and understanding the processes, systems, and behaviors that shape political decisions and actions.
In order to understand how political systems operate and how they impact society, political scientists use a variety of research methods, including statistical analysis, qualitative research, and comparative studies. In addition to studying political ideology, culture, and history, political science also examines how media, technology, and global and regional organizations shape politics.
Politics is the study of how political systems work, what makes them complex, and how they can be improved and optimized to the benefit of society.