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Critical Comparisons in Politics and Culture download ebook
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0521653797
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Author:
John Bowen,Roger Petersen
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Cambridge University Press (November 13, 1999)
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John Bowen, Roger Petersen. Leading anthropologists and political scientists are brought together in this volume to debate the problem of comparison, taking up a variety of topics from nationalist violence and labor strikes to ritual forms and religious practices.

John Bowen, Roger Petersen. The contributors criticize conventional forms of comparative method, and introduce new comparative strategies, ranging from abstract model building to ethnographically based methods.

Critical Comparisons in . .has been added to your Cart. In it, leading anthropologists and political scientists debate the problem of comparison, taking up a variety of topics from nationalist violence and labour strikes to ritual and religious practices

Critical Comparisons in . In it, leading anthropologists and political scientists debate the problem of comparison, taking up a variety of topics from nationalist violence and labour strikes to ritual and religious practices. They criticise conventional forms of comparative method, introducing new comparative strategies, ranging from abstract model building to ethnographically based methods. Representing a wide variety of theoretical positions, from rational choice theory to interpretivism, they clarify issues in the cut and thrust of debate.

Moore, Sally Falk 2005. COMPARISONS: Possible and Impossible. This will be an excellent case book for courses on comparison across the social sciences. Publisher: Cambridge University Press. Online publication date: January 2010.

John Bowen and Roger Petersen. eds. New York: Cambridge University Press, 1999. 2001 American Anthropologist 103: 241-2. Critical Comparisons in Politics and Culture. John Bowen and. Roger Petersen, eds. 266 pp. CHARLES LINDHOLM. I had mixed feelings about this book, and this was not only. because an article of mine is referred to in the text, but not. mentioned in the bibliography. Leading anthropologists and political scientists are brought together in this volume to debate the problem of comparison, taking up a variety of topics from nationalist violence and labour strikes to ritual forms and religious practices. The contributors criticise conventional forms of comparative method, and introduce new comparative strategies, ranging from abstract model building to ethnographically based methods.

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Critical comparisons in politics and culture. JR Bowen, J Bowen, R Petersen, RD Petersen. Understanding Ethnic Violence: Fear, Hatred, and Resentment in Twentiet. 0. Cambridge University Press, 1999. 13. Identity, rationality, and emotion in the processes of state disintegration and reconstruction. Constructivist Theories of Ethnic Politics, 387-421, 2012.

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Critical Comparisons in Politics and Culture: List of references. John R. Bowen, Roger Petersen. Military and political leaders need to respond to this. Countering Fear in War: The Strategic Use of Emotion. Roger Petersen, Evangelos Liaras. Abstract In the course of war, fear and terror are often used as weapons to distort the opponent's decision-making or break the opponent's will. Military and political leaders need to respond to thi. More).

Leading anthropologists and political scientists are brought together in this volume to debate the problem of comparison, taking up a variety of topics from nationalist violence and labor strikes to ritual forms and religious practices. The contributors criticize conventional forms of comparative method, and introduce new comparative strategies, ranging from abstract model building to ethnographically based methods. They represent a wide variety of theoretical positions, from rational choice theory to interpretivism, and the issues are clarified in the cut and thrust of debate.