Passion, craft, and method in comparative politics / Gerardo L. Munck and Richard Snyder ; interview with Gabriel A. Almond ... [et al.].
Contributor(s): Snyder, Richard (Richard Owen).Material type: BookCall no.: JF130 .M863 2007Publication: Baltimore : Johns Hopkins University Press, c2007Description: xii, 773 p.ISBN: 9780801884634; 9780801884641; 0801884632; 0801884640.Subject(s): Comparative government -- Study and teaching (Graduate) -- United States | Political scientists -- United States -- Interviews
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Includes bibliographical references and indexes.
The human dimension of comparative research / Richard Snyder -- The past and present of comparative politics / Gerardo L. Munck -- The interviews: Gabriel A. Almond: structural functionalism and political development -- Barrington Moore, Jr.: the critical spirit and comparative historical analysis -- Robert A. Dahl: normative theory, empirical research, and democracy -- Juan J. Linz: political regimes and the quest for knowledge -- Samuel P. Huntington: order and conflict in global perspective -- Arend Lijphart: political institutions, divided societies, and consociational democracy -- Guillermo O'Donnell: democratization, political engagement, and agenda-setting research -- Philippe C. Schmitter: corporatism, democracy, and conceptual traveling -- James C. Scott: peasants, power, and the art of resistance -- Alfred Stepan: democratic governance and the craft of case-based research -- Adam Przeworski: capitalism, democracy, and science -- Robert H. Bates: markets, politics, and choice -- David Collier: critical junctions, concepts, and methods -- David D. Laitin: culture, rationality, and the search for discipline -- Theda Skocpol: states, revolutions, and the comparative historical imagination.
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