A New Handbook of Political Science

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Subject Index
accommodation, see consociationalism; cooperation; intolerance
accountability 601, 602, 634-5, 632, 634-5
see also democracy
action 9-10, 209, 421, 523
and rules 420-1, 472
situated 148, 677
see also agency; collective action
administrative law 193-4, 196, 198-9, 613
see also bureaucracy; law
Africa69, 72, 106, 116, 117, 118, 155, 336, 353, 355, 384, 390-1, 545, 752
see also Algeria; Kenya; Morocco; South Africa; Zimbabwe
agency 9-10, 140, 458, 490, 523, 585, 679
principal-agent problem 647, 649, 652, 658-9
versus structure 11, 153, 154
see also bureaucracy; individualism; public administration; rational choice
agenda-setting 170-2, 611, 649, 780
media 240-1, 778
policy 528, 568, 601
see also public policy; setter model
Algeria381
Alliance for Progress 380
alliances, international 430, 441-4, 467
see also coalition theory; NATO; Warsaw Pact
algorithms 279, 281, 283, 286, 291
American Economic Review113
American Political Science Association (APSA) 72, 78, 100, 295, 521-2, 525, 556-7, 782 n.
American Political Science Review78, 82, 100, 557
American Psychological Association (APA) 782
amicus curiae briefs 782
anarchism 375, 419, 515, 527
anocracies 526
anthropology 58, 65, 69, 98, 103, 297, 383
political 115-17, 385
see also interpretation; professions
area studies 72-3, 115-17, 353-97
see also case studies; comparative politics
argument, see discourse; ideas
aristocracy 54, 57, 60
Argentina357, 582
arms races 470, 706
see also Cold War; strategic studies
Asia69, 72, 106, 116, 340, 343, 347, 348, 355, 468
see also China; Hong Kong; India; Indonesia; Japan; Korea; Taiwan
Assurance Game 469
attitudes 66, 226-7, 259, 285, 289
see also beliefs; ideas; party identification; political behavior; preferences; psychology; values
Australia344, 470, 493, 597, 614
Australasia, see Australia; New Zealand
Austria112,597
authoritarianism 103, 155-6, 353-70, 374, 378-9, 385, 392, 522, 526
see also totalitarianism
authority 515, 532
culture theory 338
feminist theories of 488
see also legitimacy
autonomy, see freedom; liberty
autopoietic theory 521, 523, 524
autoregressive integrated moving average (ARIMA) 710, 720
bargaining, see collective action; game theory; strategic action
behavior 11
administrative/organizational 206, 208, 213
behavioral decision theory 779
committee 780-1
economic 718
judicial 195
legislative 73, 794
see also political behavior
behavioral revolution 10-11, 20, 24, 50, 68-75, 191-2, 194, 205-6, 355, 560
see also political behavior; political science

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