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Methodological Issues in Comparative Social Science

editors: Lars Mjøset ... [et al.]
Format
Book
Published
Greenwich, CT : JAI Press, c1997.
Language
English
Series
Comparative Social Research
ISBN
076230250X
Contents
  • Introduction / Fredrik Engelstadt and Lars Mjøset
  • Current issues in comparative macrosociology : a debate on methodological issues / John H. Goldthorpe
  • Turning the tables : how case-oriented research challenges variable-oriented research / Charles C. Ragin
  • Means and ends of comparison in macrosociology / Charles Tilly
  • Comparing historical sequences : a powerful tool for causal analysis / Dietrich Rueschenmeyer and John D. Stephens
  • Stories, observations, systems, theories / Henry Teune
  • On the concept of turning point / Andrew Abbott
  • Methodological issues in comparative macrosociology / Jack A. Goldstone
  • A response to the commentaries / John H. Goldthorpe
  • Reduction of complexity for a small-n analysis : a stepwise multi-methodological approach / Dirk Berg-Schlosser and Gisèle De Meur
  • Measurement of education in comparative research / Michael Braun and Walter Müller
  • Comparative political economy of life courses / Karl Ulrich Mayer
  • Making institutions dynamic in cross-national research : time-space distancing in explaining unemployment / Thomas Janoski, Christa McGill, and Vanessa Tinsley.
Description
xvii, 268 p. : ill. ; 24 cm.
Notes
Includes bibliographical references.
Series Statement
Comparative social research ; v. 16
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