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Forging a Discipline [electronic resource]: A Critical Assessment of Oxford's Development of the Study of Politics and International Relations in Comparative Perspective

edited by Christopher Hood, Desmond King, and Gillian Peele
Format
EBook; Book; Online
Published
Oxford, United Kingdom : Oxford University Press, 2014.
Edition
First edition
Language
English
ISBN
0199682216 (hardback), 9780199682218 (hardback), 9780191504754 (electronic bk.)
Summary
A broad-ranging analysis and critique of the distinctive contribution of the University of Oxford to the scholarly study of politics over the last 100 years.
Contents
  • Introduction / the editors
  • A tale of three cities: the early years of political science in Oxford, London, and Manchester / Rodney Barker
  • Warden Anson, All Souls College, and the curious creation of the Gladstone Chair of Political Theory and Institutions at Oxford, c.1908-1912 / S. J. D. Green
  • The role of specialist graduate colleges in disciplinary development / Laurence Whitehead
  • Paradigms lost: how Oxford escaped the paradigm wars of the 1960s and 70s / Alan Ryan
  • Political science and institution building: Oxford in comparative perspective / Robert E. Goodin
  • Elections / John Curtice
  • Constitutionalism since Dicey / Iain McLean
  • Political theory, philosophy, and the social sciences: five Chichele professors / David Miller
  • The academic normalization of international relations at Oxford, 1920-2012: structures transcended / Martin Ceadel
  • The study of war at Oxford 1909-2009 / Hew Strachan
  • Beyond Zanzibar: the road to comparative inductive institutionalism / Jack Hayward
  • The study of communist and post-communist politics / Archie Brown and Stephen Whitefield
  • Conclusion: what can be learned from the Oxford politics story? / the editors.
Description
Mode of access: World wide Web.
Notes
Includes bibliographical references and index.
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