Thank you for using the Political Science Guide. My name is Brea Henson, Subject Librarian for Political Science.
Political Science is the, "academic discipline concerned with the empirical study of government and politics. Political scientists have investigated the nature of states, the functions performed by governments, voter behavior, political parties, political culture, political economy, and public opinion, among other topics. Though it has roots in the political philosophies of Plato and Aristotle, political science in the modern sense did not begin until the 19th century, when many of the social sciences were established. Its empirical and generally scientific orientation is traceable to the work of Henri de Saint-Simon and Auguste Comte. The first institution dedicated to its study, the Free School of Political Science, was founded in Paris in 1871."
Political science. (2012). In Britannica concise encyclopedia. Chicago, IL: Encyclopaedia Britannica. Retrieved from https://libproxy.library.unt.edu/login?url=http://libproxy.library.unt.edu:2468/content/entry/ebconcise/political_science/0
This guide is intended to provide information on resources available from the UNT Libraries, both in the library and online.
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This is a starting point for info on lending privileges, locations, borrowing reserve items, and borrowing items from other libraries:
We can deliver many regular circulating items to various UNT campus locations for you. Find out who qualifies, delivery locations & timing, how to make requests, and limitations as some restrictions apply:
Required or recommended readings, music, media and other items for courses can be found at either a reserve desk or online (Political Science reserves are located at the Eagle Commons Library):
There are printers, scanners, and copiers located throughout the Libraries. This page gives you information about their locations, and other basic information:
The UNT Libraries have laptops available for checkout to students, faculty, and staff. Special circulation rules, fines rates, and other guidelines apply:
The libraries provide a diverse range of study spaces. This page details what you will find in them, highlights technology and workspace configurations, as well as notes the general noise level of each:
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