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Central State  

Oliver James

Print publication date:
Jul 2009
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Jan 2010
This article explores the conflict between interpretivists and mainstream researchers about the purpose of research and the role of theory, method, and evidence in the context of the ... More

House and Senate Elections  

Jamie L. Carson and Jason M. Roberts

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Mar 2011
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May 2011
Research on U.S. congressional elections has made remarkable progress in the past four decades. Scholars of congressional politics for years have studied elections in Congress and the ... More

Institutionalism  

B. Guy Peters

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Jul 2009
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Jan 2010
This article explores the role of institutional theory, and institutional analysis more broadly, in British political science. Institutional analysis presents some interesting paradoxes ... More

Parliament  

Alexandra Kelso

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Jul 2009
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Jan 2010
Parliamentary procedure is not only for anoraks: the fact that government itself seeks to adapt the rules of the parliamentary game more often than it seeks to flaunt them is indicative of ... More

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