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Experimentation and simulation in political science

Author: J A Laponce; Paul Smoker
Publisher: [Toronto, Ontario] ; [Buffalo, New York] : University of Toronto Press, Ottawa, Ontario : Canadian Electronic Library, [1972] 2019. ©1972
Edition/Format:   eBook : Document : Conference publication : EnglishView all editions and formats
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A Round Table conference of the International Political Science Association was held in Vancouver in March 1970. The papers presented at the conference are published in this volume. They discuss the application of experimental techniques to the study of politics.
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Genre/Form: Electronic books
Conference papers and proceedings
Vancouver (British Columbia, 1970)
Congresses
Congrès
Additional Physical Format: Print version:
(DLC) 72163827
Material Type: Conference publication, Document, Internet resource
Document Type: Internet Resource, Computer File
All Authors / Contributors: J A Laponce; Paul Smoker
ISBN: 9781487576233 1487576234
OCLC Number: 1102075279
Notes: Papers presented at a round table conference of the International Political Science Association, Vancouver, March, 1970.
Description: 1 online resource (viii, 465 pages) : illustrations
Contents: INTRODUCTION; Experimenting: a two-person game between man and nature, J.A. LAPONCE; I EXPERIMENTS AND POLITICAL THEORY; The contribution of experiments within the framework of political theory, KARL W. DEUTSCH; II PRE-DATA AND POST-DATA EXPERIMENTS; a Experiments with pre-data controls; International tension as a function of reduced communication, HECTOR M. CAPPELLO; The use of visual space to measure ideology, J.A. LAPONCE; b Post-data and natural experiments Policy-making in American cities: comparisons in a quasilongitudinal, quasi-experimental design, HEINZ EULAUExperiments in self-government: the Polish case, JERZY J. WIATR; III SOCIAL AND PAPER GAMES; a A paper game; The strategies of negotiation: an American-Japanese comparison, KINHIDE MUSHAKOJI; b A social game; Rational behaviour in politics: evidence from a three-person game, WILLIAM H. RIKER AND WILLIAM JAMES ZAVOINA; c Non-verbal communication: implications for experimental research; Social skills and intercultural communication in politics, MICHAEL ARGYLE AND PETER COLLETT IV COMPUTER SIMULATIONSFrom causal modelling to artificial intelligence: the evolution of a UN peace-making simulation, HAYWARD R. ALKER, JR AND CHERYL CHRISTENEN; Political coalitions and political behaviour: a simulation model, OSCAR CORNBLIT; An event-based simulation of the Taiwan Straits crises, ALLAN L. PELOWSKI; Markov processes in international crises: an analytical addendum to an event-based simulation of the Taiwan Straits crises, MICHAEL R. LEAVITT; V MAN AND MAN/COMPUTER SIMULATIONS; Image and reality in simulated international systems, MARI HOLMBOE RUGE International processes simulations: a description, PAUL SMOKERVI EXPERIMENTATION, SIMULATION, AND SOCIAL CHANGE; A planned change in organizational style: underlying theory and some results, ROBERT T. GOLEMBIEWSKI; Methodology for social planning: simulation and experimentation processes for participatory social development, ILAN VERTINSKY; VII SUBJECTS AND RESEARCHERS: RIGHTS AND DUTIES; Ethical considerations and research procedures, C. MICHAEL LANPHIER.
Responsibility: edited by J.A. Laponce and Paul Smoker.
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A Round Table conference of the International Political Science Association was held in Vancouver in March 1970. The papers presented at the conference are published in this volume. They discuss the application of experimental techniques to the study of politics.

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