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Sage handbook of comparative politics

Todd Landman (Editor), Neil Robinson (Editor)
This Handbook presents in one volume an authoritative overview of the theoretical, methodological, and substantive elements of comparative political science
eBook, English, 2013
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SAGE Publications, Credo Reference, Thousand Oaks, California, Boston, Massachusetts, 2013
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1 online resource (36 entries) : 20 images
9781784020453, 1784020451
Print version:
Introduction / Todd Landman and Neil Robinson
PART I Methods and Fields of Comparative Politics. 1 The Distinctiveness of Comparative Research / Charles C. Ragin and Claude Rubinson
2 Global Comparative Methods / Paul Pennings, Hans Keman and Jan Kleinnijenhuis
3 Case Studies / Darren Hawkins
4 Is There a Quantitative-Qualitative Divide in Comparative Politics? The Case of Process Tracing / James A. Caporaso
5 Establishing Equivalence / Jan W. van Deth
6 Comparative Political Sociology / Willfried Spohn
7 Comparative Institutional Analysis / Vivien A. Schmidt
8 Comparative Political Economy / Thomas Plümper
9 The Contribution of Area Studies / Stephen E. Hanson
10 Comparative Politics and International Relations / John M. Hobson. PART II Classic Issues in Comparative Politics. 11 Post-Industrial Democracies: Political Economy and Democratic Partisan Competition / Herbert Kitschelt
12 Government Formation / Wolfgang C. Müller
13 Institutional Design / Josep M. Colomer
14 Comparative Political Behaviour: What is being Compared? / Shaun Bowler
15 Changes in the Causes of Democratization Through Time / Barbara Geddes
16 Political Culture / Christian Welzel
17 Revolution / Jack A. Goldstone
18 Social Movements / Vincent Boudreau and David S. Meyer
19 Corruption / Paul Heywood. PART III New and Emerging Issues in Comparative Politics. 20 Electoral Authoritarianism / Andreas Schedler
21 Electoral Corruption / Sarah Birch
22 Comparative Federalism / David McKay
23 Human Rights / Todd Landman
24 Governance / Philip Keefer
25 Terrorism / Jennifer S. Holmes
26 Comparative Regional Integration and Regionalism / Fredrik Söderbaum
27 Transitional Justice / Paola Cesarini
28 The Globalization of Comparative Public Opinion Research / Pippa Norris