POST - BEHAVIOURALISM:
In the late 1960's the behavioural movement lost its original attraction and the momentum of the early years, and soon a reactionstarted which culminated in a new movement called post behaviouralism.
The post-behaviouralists did not reject the scientific method of the behaviouralists. Their against behaviouralism was that because it had ignored current social problems, it was relevant to contemporary social reality. Political science, they insisted, should be relevant to life and its problems.
It should seed to solve the problem of life and thereby enhance human welfare. Post-behaviouralism emphasizes that in political research the substance is more important than the thechnique. It ismore important to be relevant and meaningful for present day urgent problems.
Easton an authority on post behaviouralism impressed the need for 'relevance and action'.
Post behaviouralism in action-oriented and future oriented.