Supranational Political Concepts

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The concept of a nation-state is not a new phenomenon in sociological studies as it is believed to have originated from nationalism and the state which developed in the 19th century in Europe. Therefore, it can be described as a collective political entity of a sovereign country found within specific territorial borders that are enclosed its certain cultural entity which has the goal of developing its legitimacy from efficient service to all of its subjects (Sorensen, G. 2011, 23). The nation in this case refers to the cultural factor sushi as language while the state relates to the territorial borders as well as political factors involved.
In a nutshell, nation-state entails both the political and the cultural outlook of a given country within
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It is smaller territory within a given country that has been subdivided meant to help in administration (Drogus, C. and Orvis, A. 2012, 34). Transnational political concept refers to factors which extend across national territorial borders hence it tends to transcend the ideation of a nation-state. On the other hand, supranational refers to possession of influence or power over governments and national borders. It relates to organizations which enable member states that share common interests to make collective decision that enhance them to carry out activities without restriction from national borders.
Comparative politics refers to a branch of political science in which practical terms are used for comparing factors and entities (Caramani, D. 2011, 3). In simple terms, it is the branch which deals with studying: conflicts among countries; political institutions including the arms of the government, and the constitution; as well as domestic politics including parties and their members. It seeks to analyze behaviors, processes and organization by exhaustively looking at similarities and differences that
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2013, 5). Many years before, inventions such as the printing press and the development of the Gutenberg bible brought about widespread reforms carried out by Protestants via literacy and media hence gave people an idea about envisioned communities bring people close to one another in protest to the restricted usage of Latin script as well as other domineering languages in other regions. According to Karadağli, E. (2013, 164), it led to the decline of monarchies and supremacy in divinity in addition to commercialization and capitalization of the printing industry. The period was succeeded by the 19th century version which was deeply rooted in racism and ethnicity with the aim of promoting continental dominance through imperialism as well as colonization (Tiryakian, E. 2003,
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