author={Heinz H. F. Eulau and Susan Zlomke},
  journal={Annual Review of Political Science},
▪ Abstract Harold D. Lasswell's extensive and wide-ranging books and essays are extraordinarily rich sources of ideas, methods, and topics for the study of political behavior. Whether and how the legacy of his writings is used by contemporary political scientists and theorists is reported here by way of an investigation of references to his work appearing in mainstream political science journals (available through JSTOR) for the 17 years following the end of his academic career. We find that… Expand
The Policy Scientist of Democracy: The Discipline of Harold D. Lasswell
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Harold D. Lasswell, Politics: Who Gets What, When, How, Cleveland/New York 1936
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  • A. Asher
  • Economics
  • Annals of Actuarial Science
  • 2006
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  • R. Lane
  • Economics
  • The Journal of Politics
  • 1978
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  • T. Dye
  • Political Science
  • The Journal of Politics
  • 1978
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