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Social Science Concepts: A User's Guide
List of Tables vii List of Figures ix Acknowledgments xi Chapter One: Introduction 1 PART ONE: THEORETICAL, STRUCTURAL, AND EMPIRICAL ANALYSIS OF CONCEPTS 25 Chapter Two: Structuring and TheorizingExpand
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A Tale of Two Cultures: Qualitative and Quantitative Research in the Social Sciences
Preface vii *1. Introduction 1 *2. Mathematical Prelude: A Selective Introduction to Logic and Set Theory for Social Scientists 16 I. CAUSAL MODELS AND INFERENCE *3. Causes-of-Effects versusExpand
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A Tale of Two Cultures: Contrasting Quantitative and Qualitative Research
The quantitative and qualitative research traditions can be thought of as distinct cultures marked by different values, beliefs, and norms. In this essay, we adopt this metaphor toward the end ofExpand
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War and peace in international rivalry
This book provides the first detailed analysis of international rivalries, the long-standing and often violent confrontations between the same pairs of states. The book addresses conceptualExpand
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Territorial Changes, 1816–1996: Procedures and Data
This article identifies the general criteria for inclusion of cases in the territorial change data set and describes basic patterns on some relevant dimensions of territorial changes. The data set,Expand
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The New Rivalry Dataset: Procedures and Patterns
The 1990s saw the emergence of a new research agenda focused on enduring rivalries, longstanding competitions between the same pair of states. The original Diehl & Goertz dataset on internationalExpand
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Assessing the Trivialness, Relevance, and Relative Importance of Necessary or Sufficient Conditions in Social Science
Political scientists of all stripes have proposed numerous necessary or sufficient condition hypotheses. For methodologists a question is how can we assess the importance of these necessaryExpand
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The empirical importance of enduring rivalries
This article explores the empirical significance of the concept of enduring rivalries for the study of international conflict. We examine whether conflict occurring in enduring rivalries was moreExpand
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Factors of Urbanisation in the Nineteenth Century Developed Countries
This paper describes the situation from the beginning of the industrial revolution when levels of urbanisation were dependent on geography and the historical situation and when the general level ofExpand
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