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Issues and Methods in Comparative Politics: An Introduction
Part 1: Why, How, and Problems of Comparison 1. Why compare countries? 2. How to compare countries 3. Comparing many countries 4. Comparing few countries 5. Case studies as comparison Part 2:Expand
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Real Social Science: Applied Phronesis
Real Social Science presents a new, hands-on approach to social inquiry. The theoretical and methodological ideas behind the book, inspired by Aristotelian phronesis, represent an originalExpand
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Studying human rights
1. Scope of Human Rights 2. The Terrain of Human Rights 3. Social Theory and Human Rights 4. Social Science Methods and Human Rights 5. Measuring Human Rights 6. Global Comparative Studies 7. TheExpand
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Measuring Human Rights
1. Introduction 2. The Content of Human Rights 3. Measuring Human Rights 4. Events-Based Measures 5. Standards-Based Measures 6. Survey-Based Measures 7. Socio-Economic and Administrative StatisticsExpand
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The SAGE Handbook of Comparative Politics
Introduction - Todd Landman and Neil Robinson PART ONE: METHODS AND FIELDS OF COMPARATIVE POLITICS The Distinctiveness of Comparative Research - Charles C Ragin and Claude Rubinson Global ComparativeExpand
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Protecting Human Rights: A Comparative Study
1: Norms and Rights at the Turn of the Century 2: Empirical Theories and Human Rights 3: Data and Methods 4: The International Human Rights Regime 5: Global Variation in Human Rights Protection 6:Expand
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Measuring Human Rights: Principle, Practice and Policy
This paper demonstrates why human rights measurement is important, how human rights have been measured to date, and how such measures can be improved in the future. Through focusing primarily but notExpand
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Real Social Science: Phronesis and narrative analysis
Introduction The phronetic approach includes an attention to method; the ways in which evidence is collected, coded and analysed; and the ways in which the inferences that are drawn from thatExpand
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Citizenship Rights and Social Movements: A Comparative and Statistical Analysis
This text studies the relationship between social movements and citizenship rights. It identifies the main connections made between collective action and individual rights, in theory and history, andExpand
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