Political Science: The State of the Discipline II

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Appendix

Political Science: The State of the Discipline 1983 Edited by Ada W. Finifter
Political Science: The Discipline and Its Scope and Theory
1. Political Theory: The Evolution of a Sub-Field John G. Gunnell
2. Political Theory and the Art of Heresthetics William H. Riker
3. Toward Theories of Data: The State of Political Methodology Christopher H. Achen
4. Self Portrait: Profile of Political Scientists Naomi B. Lynn
American Political Processes and Policymaking
5. The Scholarly Commitment to Parties Leon D. Epstein
6. The Forest for the Trees: Blazing Trails for Congressional Research Leroy N. Rieselbach
7. Judicial Politics: Still a Distinctive Field Lawrence Baum
8. Public Policy Analysis: Some Recent Developments and Current Problems Susan B. Hansen
9. Federalism: The Challenge of Conflicting Theories and Contemporary Practice
David R. Beam, Timothy J. Conlan, and David B. Walker
Comparative Political Processes and Policymaking
10. Comparative Public Policy: An Assessment M. Donald Hancock
11. Studying the Politics of Development and Change: The State of the Art Joel S. Migdal
Micropolitical Behavior: American and Comparative
12. Voting Behavior Research in the 1980s: An Examination of Some Old and New Problem Areas
Herbert B. Asher
13. Diversity and Complexity in American Public Opinion Donald R. Kinder
14. Changing Paradigms in Comparative Political Behavior Ronald Inglehart
15. The Elusive Paradigm: Gender, Politics and Political Behavior Marianne Githens
International Politics
16. Theory of World Politics: Structural Realism and Beyond Robert O. Keohane
17. International Interactions and Processes: The Internal vs. External Debate Revisited Bruce Russett
Addresses from the 1982 Lasswell Symposium: The Uses of Social Science
18. Politics and the Uses of Social Science Research Donna E. Shalala
19. Basic Inquiry and Applied Use in the Social Sciences Donald E. Stokes

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