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نویسنده [English]چکیده [English]
Considering main academic disciplines of humanities in Iran, stronger links can be seen between History science and Political science. Such links can be shown not only in a good number of contemporary history areas but also in thematic, methodological, and epistemological aspects of earlier times. Frequent application of political terminologies and jargons in historical studies is indicative of existing interactions between these two sciences. These relations can be investigated from different aspects. The present article attempts to investigate the application of political terminologies and jargons in the curriculum of History discipline, Bachelor’s level, since its establishment in Iranian universities until now. Employing descriptive-explanatory research method, the present study aims at examining such interactions between History science and Political science in the educational courses of History discipline. Taking advantage of content-analysis, it then assesses the frequency of occurrence of political terms. The results of the research show that educational subjects employing Political science and political terminologies and concepts have gradually increased in the History curriculum.