Problems and methods in the study of politics
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Problems and methods in the study of politics / edited by Ian Shapiro, Rogers M. Smith, and Tarek E. Masoud.
Problems & Methods in the Study of Politics
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|Other authors:||Shapiro, Ian, (Editor)Smith, Rogers M., 1953- (Editor)Masoud, Tarek E., (Editor)|
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Table of Contents:
- Problems, methods, and theories in the study of politics, or: what's wrong with political science and what to do about it / Ian Shapiro
- The politics of identities and the tasks of political science / Rogers M. Smith
- Political science as a vocation / Anne Norton
- The politics of policy science / Frances Fox Piven
- The study of black politics and the practice of black politics: their historical relation and evolution / Adolph Reed, Jr.
- External and internal explanation / John Ferejohn
- Lies, damned lies, and rational choice analyses / Gary W. Cox
- Problems and methods in political science: rational explanation and its limits / Alan Ryan
- An analytic narrative approach to puzzles and problems / Margaret Levi
- The methodical study of politics / Bruce Bueno de Mesquita
- The illusion of learning from observational research / Alan S. Gerber, Donald P. Green, and Edward H. Kaplan
- Concepts and commitments in the study of democracy / Lisa Wedeen
- Problems chasing methods or methods chasing problems? Research communities, constrained pluralism, and the role of eclecticism / Rudra Sil
- Method, problem, faith / William E. Connolly
- Provisionalism in the study of politics / Elisabeth Ellis
- What have we learned? / Robert A. Dahl [and others].