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Sage handbook of comparative politics

Sage handbook of comparative politics

Author: Todd Landman; Neil Robinson
Publisher: Thousand Oaks, California : SAGE Publications, Boston, Massachusetts : Credo Reference, 2009. 2013.
Edition/Format:   eBook : Document : English : [Enhanced Credo edition]View all editions and formats
This Handbook presents in one volume an authoritative overview of the theoretical, methodological, and substantive elements of comparative political science.

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xvi, 563 pages : illustrations
(DLC) 2008930782
Material Type: Document, Internet resource
Document Type: Internet Resource, Computer File
All Authors / Contributors: Todd Landman; Neil Robinson
ISBN: 9781784020453 1784020451
OCLC Number: 858878951
Description: 1 online resource (36 entries) : 20 images
Contents: 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.
Other Titles: Handbook of comparative politics
Responsibility: edited by Todd Landman, Neil Robinson.


This Handbook presents in one volume an authoritative overview of the theoretical, methodological, and substantive elements of comparative political science.


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