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Mohammad Saleh Bani Issa Sayel Zaki Khataybeh

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The study aimed to show how the economic factor is controlling on the behavior of humans. The main question is related to what impact the economic factor on the preferences of students for forms of democratic and dictatorial regimes based on assumption is there a correlation between acceptance of the nature of the ruling regime and the economic satisfaction among all segments of a society. The survey research method through a questionnaire of (180) respondents have used, whom selected randomly, and (88) of them were retrieved with it. The lack interest of political science students in such studies was found, even female were more evident than of males. The absolute well-being of the individuals with a good economic nature was what they think regardless of regime’s nature, as both democratic and dictatorial regimes have advantages and disadvantages as well, therefore, the totalitarian regime for the study sample was the best. Accordingly, the study recommends; the political and academic decision-makers should work aside to increase the interest of the political science students with gaining knowledge of political affairs and participating in political process, including consistent with the aspirations of the leadership towards political, economic and administrative modernization in Jordan.

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The Economic Factor’s Impact on the Preference of Political Science Students in the Jordanian Universities for the Form of the Political System: Democratic and Dictatorial Regimes as a model. (2023). Journal of Namibian Studies : History Politics Culture, 33, 2732–2749. https://doi.org/10.59670/jns.v33i.653

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