Theory and Methods in Political Science: First Steps to Synthesize a Discipline available in Hardcover
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Bringing together the most essential laws, theories, generalizations and basic structures of thinking in the field of political science, Theory and Methods in Political Science serves as both an introduction into basic theory, as well as, an exploration of various sub-disciplines. The most well know laws, such as Duverger's law, are discussed demonstrating their durability and relevance across the last century. Comprised of 31 chapters contributed by 17 authors, this book seeks to inspire the world community of political scientists to begin rethinking the theoretical "stand" of their discipline.
About the Author
Stein Ugelvik Larsen is professor of comparative politics at the University of Bergen, Norway.