Politics and Political Science: Their Differences
Politics is a process in which a group of people can develop an ideology and make decisions. It is generally applied to a group of people and their governments. (click) On the other hand, political science is a social science concerned with the theory and practice of 'politics.' Political science is taught at many colleges and universities. There, political scientists must study and interact with many different fields of thought such as public policy, national politics, economics, international relations, comparative politics, psychology, sociology history, law, and political theory.(click)
As one can see, the people who belong to a political group and the people who belong to the field of political science, have many problems because many people in a political group are not trained scientists. The biggest problem between 'politicians' and 'political scientists' is that these two groups of people are not able to communicate properly with each other. Today's political scientists are becoming highly educated. So, more and more uneducated politicians will not bee able to participate in today's new sciences such as my new 'theological science.'
The Internet is amplifying the above linguistic problem because an increasing number of uneducated people (or virtual thugs) are beginning to change the ideologies and decisions of well-developed and scientific political parties. An example is today's teaparties. Can we really allow teaparties to control the USA? I say that this linguistic problem has caused new problems that well established parties and and political scientists did not expect.