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Comparison : a methodological introduction for the social sciences, Leonardo Morlino

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Comparison : a methodological introduction for the social sciences
Title
Comparison
Title remainder
a methodological introduction for the social sciences
Statement of responsibility
Leonardo Morlino
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Author
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Language
eng
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Morlino, Leonardo
Dewey number
300.1
Index
index present
LC call number
H61
Literary form
non fiction
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  • dictionaries
  • bibliography
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  • Social sciences
  • Social sciences
  • SOCIAL SCIENCE
  • SOCIAL SCIENCE
  • SOCIAL SCIENCE
  • Social sciences
  • Social sciences
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Comparison : a methodological introduction for the social sciences, Leonardo Morlino
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Includes bibliographical references and index
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online resource
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Contents
  • Cover; Comparison. A Methodological Introduction for theSocial Sciences; Table of Content; Preface; 1. Introduction: choosing the question?; 1.1 Starting from the key aspect; 1.2 Further examples; 2. Defining Comparison; 2.1 The key questions; 2.2 Classic thinkers; 2.3 Modern theorists; 3 Why compare?; 3.1 The goals of comparison; 3.2 Nomothetic objectives and generalizations; 3.3 Explanation and understanding; 3.4 What kind of theory should be adopted in political science?; 4. What to compare: the basic units; 4.1 Identifying the issue; 4.2 Concepts and classes; 4.3 Properties and variables
  • 4.4 Operationalization4.5 The "many variables, small N" dilemma; 5. What to compare: space and time; 5.1 Dimensions of comparison; 5.2 Deciding the space; 5.2.1 Case study; 5.2.2 Other strategies; 5.3 Defining the time; 5.4 The problem of multicollinearity; 6. How to compare: the key mechanisms; 6.1 The available tools; 6.2 Ogden and Richards' triangle; 6.3 The rules of conceptualization; 6.4 The Tree of Porphyry; 6.5 Classificatory strategies; 6.6 Mill's canons; 7. How to compare: recent developments; 7.1 In search of new rules for conceptualization; 7.2 Process tracing
  • 7.3 The configurational comparative method and qualitative comparative analysis8. Beyond comparison: other research methods; 8.1 Data collection and relations between variables; 8.2 More about explanation, generalization and theory; 8.3 Experimental and non-experimental methods; 8.4 The statistical method; 8.4.1 The number of cases; 8.4.2. Logic; 8.5 The historical method; 9. Conclusions. The limits of comparison; Bibliographical References; Index
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1029545688
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1 online resource
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9783847411468
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Label
Comparison : a methodological introduction for the social sciences, Leonardo Morlino
Publication
Copyright
Antecedent source
unknown
Bibliography note
Includes bibliographical references and index
Carrier category
online resource
Carrier category code
  • cr
Carrier MARC source
rdacarrier
Color
multicolored
Content category
text
Content type code
  • txt
Content type MARC source
rdacontent
Contents
  • Cover; Comparison. A Methodological Introduction for theSocial Sciences; Table of Content; Preface; 1. Introduction: choosing the question?; 1.1 Starting from the key aspect; 1.2 Further examples; 2. Defining Comparison; 2.1 The key questions; 2.2 Classic thinkers; 2.3 Modern theorists; 3 Why compare?; 3.1 The goals of comparison; 3.2 Nomothetic objectives and generalizations; 3.3 Explanation and understanding; 3.4 What kind of theory should be adopted in political science?; 4. What to compare: the basic units; 4.1 Identifying the issue; 4.2 Concepts and classes; 4.3 Properties and variables
  • 4.4 Operationalization4.5 The "many variables, small N" dilemma; 5. What to compare: space and time; 5.1 Dimensions of comparison; 5.2 Deciding the space; 5.2.1 Case study; 5.2.2 Other strategies; 5.3 Defining the time; 5.4 The problem of multicollinearity; 6. How to compare: the key mechanisms; 6.1 The available tools; 6.2 Ogden and Richards' triangle; 6.3 The rules of conceptualization; 6.4 The Tree of Porphyry; 6.5 Classificatory strategies; 6.6 Mill's canons; 7. How to compare: recent developments; 7.1 In search of new rules for conceptualization; 7.2 Process tracing
  • 7.3 The configurational comparative method and qualitative comparative analysis8. Beyond comparison: other research methods; 8.1 Data collection and relations between variables; 8.2 More about explanation, generalization and theory; 8.3 Experimental and non-experimental methods; 8.4 The statistical method; 8.4.1 The number of cases; 8.4.2. Logic; 8.5 The historical method; 9. Conclusions. The limits of comparison; Bibliographical References; Index
Control code
1029545688
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unknown
Extent
1 online resource
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unknown
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online
Isbn
9783847411468
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unknown
Media category
computer
Media MARC source
rdamedia
Media type code
  • c
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22573/ctvdchqnb
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not applicable
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unknown
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Specific material designation
remote
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(OCoLC)1029545688

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