DOI:​10.1017/CBO9780511492174.001
Corpus ID: 151460880
Problems and Methods in the Study of Politics
I. Shapiro, Rogers M. Smith, T. Masoud
Published 2004
Sociology
Introduction: problems and methods in the study of politics Ian Shapiro, Rogers Smith and Tarek Masoud Part I. Description, Explanation and Agency: 2. Problems, methods and theories in the study of… Expand
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