By Robert E. Goodin, Hans-Dieter Klingemann
This paintings is an authoritative survey of advancements within the self-discipline compiled via forty two of the easiest political scientists around the globe, studying growth over the last 20 years and assessing this within the context of ancient developments within the box. overseas in its scope, systematic in its assurance, a brand new instruction manual of Political technological know-how often is the reference e-book for political scientists, and people monitoring their paintings, into the following century.
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For those purposes, we have preferred to concentrate, not on counts of the number of times authors or pieces of work are cited in the body of the text, but rather on the number of times authors or pieces of work are cited in the reference lists of the other chapters of the New Handbook. 32 Various things emerge relatively clearly from the resulting bibliometric counts. The ﬁrst is that the vast majority of political scientists are specialists contributing primarily to their own subdisciplines. A great majority of the authors and works mentioned at all are found in the reference lists of only one subdisciplinary section of the New Handbook.
1984. The Evolution of Cooperation. New York: Basic Books. —— ed. 1976. The Structure of Decision. : Princeton University Press. Bachrach, P. and Baratz, M. S. 1963. Decisions and non-decisions: an analytic framework. American Political Science Review, 57: 632–42. Banﬁeld, E. C. 1961. Political Inﬂuence. : Free Press. —— 1970. The Unheavenly City. Boston: Little, Brown. —— and Wilson, J. Q. 1963. City Politics. New York: Vintage. ; et al. 1979. Political Action: Mass Participation in Five Western Democracies.
Waltz, K. Wilson, J. Q. 7 percent) scholars in groups 1–6 above exhaust the list of those who, by our criteria, count as integrators of the discipline as a whole or the most frequently referenced authors either across the discipline as a whole or within any particular subﬁeld of it. There are another 1523 authors referenced in the New Handbook whose contributions to the discipline are sufﬁciently substantial as to merit notice in what is, in and of itself, a very selective list. 44 POLITICAL SCIENCE Acknowledgments We are grateful to Frank Castles, Mattei Dogan, John Dryzek, Dieter Fuchs, Richard I.
A New Handbook of Political Science by Robert E. Goodin, Hans-Dieter Klingemann