عنوان مقاله [English]
Analyzing and evaluating existing perspectives on political science can provide a meaningful and accurate understanding of the revival of applied and efficient knowledge systems. Meanwhile, measuring students' attitudes about the current state of political science in Iran can provide a basis for analyzing the status quo and the aspects of political science in an analytical framework. In this paper, the quantitative and qualitative status of political science education will be measured, evaluated and analyzed from the viewpoint of students of the political sciences of University of Tehran. The statistical population of this research includes all 1270 students in Faculty of Political Sciences, University of Tehran in the academic year 2017-2018. The appropriate sample size is presented in terms of accuracy and homogeneity of the population at 95% confidence level. The sample size is 336 people. In order to measure the status quo, variables in the relationship between education, research, degree of interest in the discipline, degree of satisfaction with the course, the degree of willingness to do research work and selected group activities represent the students' attitude in this field. In order to collect relevant data, a main questionnaire was used that asks to assess their attitudes in order to express their views through open questions designed. The main objective of this paper is to explain the strengths and weaknesses of political science education through the provision of strategic perspectives for outlining the issues and problems in the field of political science and promoting its status among academic disciplines. In order to analyze the views of students on strategies for improving and improving the status of political science in Iran, views were first categorized using qualitative analysis methods and then analyzed using statistical analysis of its status.
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