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Analysis of the Empirical Political Science

A) Address the Scientific Approach to Politics. Analyze the usefulness in applying the scientific method to the study of politics. How can it be useful in accumulating knowledge and what are some shortcomings of this approach?
B) Compare and Contrast the Empirical Approach to the Normative Approach. Do you favor one approach over the other in terms of intellectual advancement? Why do you favor one over the other?
C) Quantitative Analysis. What are the pros and cons of quantifying political concepts? To what degree do you believe attempting to quantify political concepts helps us understand these political questions?
D) Form a Hypothesis of Your Choosing. Formulate a hypothesis of your choosing. Ask me for guidance if you’re stuck. State the independent and independent variables and identify the units of analysis that you will study. Conduct a literature review by referencing at least 4 academic journal articles (see jstor through the UB Libraries page. I can help you with this).
E) Pick Your Own Topic. Choose a topic of your own related to the scientific approach to politics. If you choose this option, your topic must be approved by me. Please email me if you intend to choose your own topic. We can agree upon the specifics either through email or over the phone.

Sample Solution

ashes of coal blackened buildings and clothing, and the health of people declined. But no one knew about the consequences of burning coal and people depended on it too much for income and wealth, so no one raised any concerns. Right now, we have more knowledge about the numerous negative ways coal impacts on the environment. Currently, the economic interest of the coal industry is to keep the public ignorant about the negative effects coal has on Earth. People are only thinking about the interest of profiting from coal and are willing to do anything to make sure that their reputation is not damaged in any way. Currently, our society all directly or indirectly benefit from having very low electricity costs. But then if we actually think about it, we would be spending more money on trying to recover from the damages we have caused on our environment than spending money on overall electricity bills or transitioning into using new renewable resources. So why do we still end up using coal as one of the main sources for producing electricity even when we know the negative effects it has on our environment? Two reasons that comes to mind are because of how coal is the most abundant fossil fuel on Earth, and it is relatively very cheap. Also, coal provides a stable source of energy, unlike oil. There isn’t a lot of economic or political problems regarding coal. Coal has too much of an impact on people’s daily lives. If we do not have electricity, we practically cannot do anything. So, there will be numerous problems if a country cannot provide enough electricity, and that could potentially cause a massive impact on the global economy and that is never ideal. I believe that for our society to keep continuing to function the way we expect and want it to, we must start putting more effort and resources into transitioning towards finding different electricity sources that can compete with coal in terms of costs. We must put more time into researches, and we all need to come together more in order to find more renewable resources that the society can afford. But that doesn’t mean we can just suddenly cut off coal generated electricity completely. We must have a steady and gradual transition away from it, by increasing electricity production with wind power and solar energy. We must also keep in mind that the rate of environment degradation is increasing much faster than we can do anything to counteract it, thus every single day, we are putting more life on Earth at risk. We must come together and stop being ignorant about our actions towards our environment and find a solution.
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