Wallas Graham

Wallas Graham

(1858-1932) English political scientist who is sometimes regarded as one of the founding fathers of the BEHAVIOURAL APPROACH in political analysis. His most influential book was Human Nature in Politics (1908), in which he argued for a greater emphasis on the role of the ‘nonrational’ factors in politics, including custom and human psychology. Perhaps his most potent contribution was to coin the term POLITICAL IMAGE.
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