1201. The feminist concern for security grows out of the centrality of :

A. Social relations
B. International relations
C. Gender relations *
D. No relation

1202. What is the theme of 2016 international day for the elimination of violence against women?

A. Orange your neighborhood
B. Orange the world *
C. Orange the life
D. Orange the people

1203. Who said that “post-behaviouralism was a genuine revolution, not a reaction;” a transformation, not a preservation; a change, not a counterchange”?

A. James Bryce
B. Charles. E. Merriam
C. David Eatson *
D. G.A. Almond

1204. Who among the following said , ” we cannot shed our values in the way we remove our coast ‘?

A. Leo Strauss
B. Alfred cobban
C. Jean Blondel
D. David Easton *

1205. Who among the following characterized early liberalism as ‘ possessive individualism ‘?

A. F.A Hayek
B. Robert Nozick
C. C.B. Macpherson *
D. Rawls

1206. Which one of the following statements is not true ?

A. Marx distinguished between “science” and “ideology.”
B. Napoleon criticized ideology as hazy metaphysics that ignored history and reality.
C. De tracy coined the term ideology
D. Daniel bell talked of ‘ ideology without an end’ *

1207. For whom, ‘Ideas’ and not the ‘Material conditions of production’ are the effective causes of revolution ?

A. Karl Marx
B. Lenin *
C. Engels
D. Stalin

1208. Which of the following statements is false with respect to plato’s ideas ?

A. Division of responsibilities does not depend on aptitude differences *
B. The state is thought to be just an individual at large
C. Women in Athens were not allowed to participate in politics
D. Democracy is rooted in the ignorance and incompetence of politicians.

1209. Which of the following is not an expression of the constitutional rule of Aristotle?

A. Rule in public interest
B. A lawful rule
C. A Government of willing subjects
D. Incompatible with the subjects’ dignity *

1210. Who of the following said that felicity is ‘ continued success in obtaining those things which a man from time to time desires’?

A. Bentham
B. J.S. Mill
C. Hobbes *
D. Rousseau