The British Study of Politics in the Twentieth Century

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Jack Hayward, Brian Barry, Archie Brown
OUP/British Academy, 2003 - 528 páginas
The distinctive strength of political science in Britain is revealed in this indispensable guide to modern British scholarship in the field. As well as charting the development of the discipline, the essays examine the innovative contributions to the study of nationalism, totalitarianism and authoritarianism and the influential British approach to international relations. The fourteen distinguished authors have provided a major contribution to our understanding of the contemporary state of political science.

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Contextual and NonContextual Histories
37
The Response to Totalitarianism
63
The Critique of Individualism
89
Pluralism Revenant or Recessive?
117
Comparative Politics
147
A Haze of Common
181
Electoral Systems Elections and Public Opinion
223
The Analysis of British Political Institutions
257
Dodo Phoenix
287
Nations and Nationalism in British Political Studies
313
The Study of Totalitarianism and Authoritarianism
345
A British School of International Relations
395
The Study of Politics as a Vocation
425
Index
469
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Jack Hayward is a Research Professor of Politics, University of Hull; Fellow of the British Academy. Brian Barry is in the Department of Philosophy and Political Science, Columbia University; Fellow of the British Academy. Archie Brown is Professor of Politics, University of Oxford; Fellow ofthe British Academy.

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