Making Political Science Matter: Debating Knowledge, Research, and Method

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Index
Aalborg, 28, 29, 34, 41, 57
Academic journals, 230
Advocates vs. researchers, 105
Agency, 173
Agger, Ben, 132
Algorithm, 37
Alternative methodologies, 66
American political science, 253
American Political Science Association, 231, 241
American Political Science Review, 35, 231, 232
Analytical reason, 202
Andocentric, 162
Anti-democratic, 237
APSA task force on Graduate education, 210, 211
Arendt, Hannah, 135, 235; Origins of Totalitarianism, 235
Aristotelian, 68, 72, 126, 153, 171, 226
Aristotle, 8, 9, 10, 27, 33, 52, 73, 74, 125, 144, 159, 243, 244, 249
Art, 69
Authoritarian rule, 156
Background conditions of social science, 121
Background practices, 65
Background skills, 63
Baseball, 86, 89, 92, 93
Bates, Robert, 48
Baudrillard, Jean, 263, 264
Beck, Martin, 259, 260
Behavioralism, 3, 4, 167
Beiner, Ronald, 135
Bellah, Robert, 28, 131; Habits of the Heart, 131
Bernstein, Richard, 7, 74, 75
Bias, 157
Bioethics, 20
Bio-power, 255
Bodin, Jean, 249
Bordieu, Pierre, 4, 8, 27, 28, 34, 41, 124, 139
Brady, Henry, 6
Bureaucracy, 239
Bush, George W., President, 107
Capitalism, liberal democratic, 254
Cartographic metaphor, 181
Case study research, 7, 26, 56
Caucus for a New Political Science, 6
Causal: explanation, 3; mechanisms, 8, 51, 52, 91; hypotheses, 19; inferences, 41; phenomena, 176. See also Causality
Causality, 5
Chamber of Industry and Commerce, 48, 59, 143, 147, 148

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