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Weinstein's Methodology for Political Analysis

@inproceedings{Oprisko2014WeinsteinsMF,
  title={Weinstein's Methodology for Political Analysis},
  author={Robert L. Oprisko},
  year={2014}
}
Weinstein’s method for political analysis begins with a critical moment, the specific situation and position in time and space that is actively being examined by the person who is doing the examining. At the critical moment, multiple parties will be interacting, and they make up the conjuncture or conjunction of actors, the actors in a situation in their relations to one another. Each actor brings a combination of power, or that which is presently at their disposal, and interest, that which… Expand
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