Methodologies for the study of International organizations
Complexity systems are at the heart of behavior
How to move from textbook exercises to using formal modeling in real research.
An essential tool for cutting-edge social science research
Explores Constructivism's key influence on IR theory and practice
Revolutionary volume demonstrates how crossing the positivist and post-positivist divide improves political science research
An introduction to causal case study methods, complete with step-by-step guidelines and examples
An indispensable guide to the theory, concept, and application of discourse analysis in the social sciences
How much do Supreme Court nominees reveal at their confirmation hearings, and how do their answers affect senators' votes?
Practical advice for conducting social science research in racial and ethnic minority populations
Psychology and constructivism together offer new ways of understanding international relations
A definitive, comprehensive, and analytically sophisticated treatment of the theory of collective preference
A pioneering effort to integrate ideology with formal political theory
Explains how game theory can be used to explain political phenomena
Examines who influences how federal, state, and local bureaucrats allocate their efforts
A marriage of behavioral and formal theory to explain the electoral strategies of political parties
Why do electors trust their representatives?
Examines how voters use the information given by candidates and make their decisions about presidential candidates. Updated to include the 1996 election
A study of minority rights in legislative politics
Makes a compelling case for the importance of thoughtful research design and persuasive evidence in theory building
Argues that likelihood theory is a unifying approach to statistical modeling in political science
Exposes the deep logical contradictions of Realist political thought and counters it with a new, more robust theory of war
A searching and succinct restatement of the many ways race and American racial attitudes affect how we talk about the poor--and how we handle the problem of poverty relief
An effective system of at-a-distance evaluation combined with comprehensive political and psychological profiles