Modern Political Science: Anglo-American Exchanges Since 1880

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Acknowledgments vii List of Contributors ix Chapter One: A History of Political Science: How? What? Why? Robert Adcock, Mark Bevir, and Shannon C. Stimson 1 Chapter Two: Anglo-American Political Science, 1880-1920 Dorothy Ross 18 Chapter Three: The Origins of a Historical Political Science in Late Victorian and Edwardian Britain Sandra M. den Otter 37 Chapter Four: The Historical Science(s) of Politics: The Principles, Association, and Fate of an American Discipline James Farr 66 Chapter Five: The Emergence of an Embryonic Discipline: British Politics without Political Scientists Dennis Kavanagh 97 Chapter Six: A Tale of Two Charlies: Political Science, History, and Civic Reform, 1890-1940 Mark C. Smith 118 Chapter Seven: Making Democracy Safe for the World: Political Science between the Wars John G. Gunnell 137 Chapter Eight: Birth of a Discipline: Interpreting British Political Studies in the 1950s and 1960s Michael Kenny 158 Chapter Nine: Interpreting Behavioralism Robert Adcock 180 Chapter Ten: The Remaking of Political Theory Robert Adcock and Mark Bevir 209 Chapter Eleven: Traditions of Political Science in Contemporary Britain Mark Bevir and R.A.W. Rhodes 234 Chapter Twelve: Historicizing the New Institutionalism(s) Robert Adcock, Mark Bevir, and Shannon C. Stimson 259 Chapter Thirteen: Institutionalism and the Third Way Mark Bevir 290 Bibliography 313 Index 349
""Modern Political Science" makes a novel and valuable contribution to the disciplinary history of political science by comparing American and British approaches to the 'scientific' study of politics. The essays succeed admirably in advancing our knowledge of the emergence of political science as a distinct discipline."--Terence Ball, Arizona State University
"There is a social democratic politics that has been connected at various times, and on both sides of the Atlantic, with the radical historicism advocated by this book. While both the politics and philosophy have been out of fashion for much of the last two decades, they have not been without distinguished champions. I hope that the contributors to this book succeed in returning such ideas to the center of academic--and political--debate for the twenty-first century."--James T. Kloppenberg, Harvard University
Editiert von: Robert Adcock, Mark Bevir, Shannon C. Stimson
Robert Adcock is a visiting lecturer in political science at Stanford University. Mark Bevir and Shannon C. Stimson are professors of political science at the University of California, Berkeley.

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Autor: Robert Adcock
ISBN-13 :: 9780691128740
ISBN: 069112874X
Erscheinungsjahr: 01.02.2007
Gewicht: 517g
Seiten: 357
Sprache: Englisch
Sonstiges: Taschenbuch, 233x161x22 mm
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