By Robert E. Goodin, Hans-Dieter Klingemann
This paintings is an authoritative survey of advancements within the self-discipline compiled via forty two of the easiest political scientists around the globe, examining growth during the last two decades and assessing this within the context of historic tendencies within the box. foreign in its scope, systematic in its assurance, a brand new guide of Political technology would be the reference ebook for political scientists, and people monitoring their paintings, into the subsequent century.
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Less than one-tenth were published before the publication of the American Voter (Campbell, Converse, Miller and Stokes 1960). 28 POLITICAL SCIENCE Appendix 1B Frequency of Appearances of Authors Reference Lists All in all, there are some 1630 authors mentioned in the reference lists of chapters 2 through 35 of the New Handbook. As is standard practice in such analyses, we exclude self-references. We also omit our own reference list (chapter 1) from this analysis, to avoid biasing the results of the analysis in favor of the propositions we hope to prove through our own pattern of referencing.
Hardin, R. Miller, D. Pateman, C. Walzer, M. Public Policy and Administration Lindblom, C. Wildavsky, A. Merriam, C. Skocpol, T. Wilson, J. Q. Derthick, M. deLeon, P. Esping-Andersen, G. Flora, P. -D. Lowi, T. Olson, M. Sharkansky, I. Stokes, D. Political Economy Weingast, B. McCubbins, M. Shepsle, K. Political Methodology Achen, C. King, G. Beck, N. Brady, H. Campbell, D. R. Kinder, D. Lodge, M. C). Nearly twothirds of those prominent in subdisciplines are prominent predominantly in those subﬁelds, which constitutes a measure of differentiation within the discipline as a whole.
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