How to Map Arguments in Political Science

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To venture into explanation of political action we need some map of our basic options: what kinds of explanations are out there? Even advanced students and scholars can find the landscape difficult to chart. We confront a bewildering maze of partial typologies, contrasting uses of terms, and debate over what counts as explanation. This book makes an argument about the most useful first cut into explanations of action. It illustrates the map with reference to political examples and a wide range of political science ...

How to Map Arguments in Political Science 2007, Oxford University Press, USA, Oxford, England

ISBN-13: 9780199286683

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