Contemporary Empirical Political Theory
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"A formidable accomplishment. . . . A comprehensive representation of most of social theory and its vicissitudes in the second half of the twentieth century as they have fused and invigorated the discipline."--Neil Smelser, Director, Center for Advanced Study in the Behavioral Sciences
"This is an enlightening and highly readable guide to the turf wars in political science. It gives us insights on what our field is all about and how and what its leaders think."--Nancy Bermeo, Dept. of Politics, Princeton University
"The editor has done a magnificent job in of getting a baker's dozen of knowledgeable top scholars to discuss the development of empirical political theory. . . I learned something from virtually every essay, and I think other social and political scientists concerned with the status and character of empirical theory in their field, whatever their specialty and whatever their familiarity with its problems, will too. Reading and learning from this work is made even more enjoyable by the editor's and author's relaxed, lucid, literate, and often witty presentation of their concepts and thoughts, however complex."--John C. Wahlke, University of Arizona
"In the early 1950's David Easton made a plea and an argument for an empirical political science not simply cognizant of political theory but informed and shaped by it. Since then that plea has been more often acknowledged in lip-service than in practice. The essays collected in this volume give some hope that both the gulf between political science and political theory has begun to narrow--to the profit of both groups."--Tracy B. Strong, UCSD
Titel: Contemporary Empirical Political Theory
Verlag: University of California Press
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