Concepts and Method in Social Science: The Tradition of Giovanni Sartori
Graduate studies at Western
|Abstract||Drawing on the intellectual tradition of the leading comparative political science scholar, Giovanni Sartori, the contributors examine the theoretical and methodological basis of: Concept Analysis, Comparative Political Analysis and Qualitative Methods|
|Keywords||Social sciences Methodology Social sciences Philosophy Social sciences Comparative method|
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