Comparative Inquiry in Politics and Political Economy: Theories and Issues

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REFERENCES

Many classical works appear in the text with the date of the original publication but do not appear in References unless there is a citation to a quote or substantive content in the text. These works generally are identified as examples of scholarship or historical works of significance to the fields of political science and political economy but are not dealt with in depth in the present text. In general, these works were published before 1970 and are easily found in most libraries.

With only a few exceptions, works after 1970 appear in References. Where the original edition was in a foreign language but an English edition exists from which a page reference is given, the date of the original publication will appear first, followed by the date and title of the English edition. Foreign titles appear only where there exists no English edition.

Acuña Rodolfo. 1972. Occupied America: The Chicano's Struggle Toward Liberation. San Francisco: Harper & Row.

Albert Michael, and Robin Hahnel. 1991a. Looking Forward: Participatory Economics for the Twenty-First Century. Boston: South End Press.

-----. 1991b. The Political Economy of Participatory Economics. Princeton: Princeton University Press.

Almond Gabriel A. 1956. "Comparative Political Systems." Journal of Politics, 18 (August), 391-409.

-----. 1988. "The Return to the State," American Political Science Review, 82 (September), 853-874.

-----. 1990a. A Discipline Divided: Schools and Sects in Political Science. Newbury Park, CA: Sage Publications.

-----. 1990b. "Rational-Choice Theory and the Social Sciences," pp. 117-137 in his A Discipline Divided: Schools and Sects in Political Science. Newbury Park, CA: Sage Publications.

-----. 1990c. "Separate Tables: Schools and Sects in Political Science," pp. 13-31 in his A Discipline Divided: Schools and Sects in Political Science. Newbury Park, CA: Sage Publications. Also in PS: Political Science and Politics (Fan 1988), 828-841.

-----. 1991. "Capitalism and Democracy." PS: Political Science and Politics, 24 (September), 467-473.

Almond Gabriel A., and G. Bingham Powell. 1966. Comparative Politics: A Developmental Approach. Boston: Little, Brown.

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Table of contents

  • Title Page iii
  • Contents v
  • Preface vii
  • Part One - Introduction 1
  • 1 - The Politics of Comparative Inquiry 17
  • 2 - Theoretical Paths 31
  • Part Two - Dichotomies of Theories 53
  • 4 - The Social Dimension 83
  • 5 - The Cultural Dimension 103
  • 6 - The Economic Dimension 119
  • 7 - The Political Dimension Representative and Participatory Democracy 151
  • Part Three - Conclusion 177
  • 8 - The Unending Search for a Paradigm in Political Economy 179
  • GLOSSARY 187
  • References 197
  • Index 210
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