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date: 17 February 2020

(p. 1203) Contextual Political Analysis

(p. 1203) Contextual Political Analysis

    • About the Contributors

  • Part I Introduction

    1. 1. It Depends 3

      Charles Tilly & Robert E. Goodin

  • Part II Philosophy Matters

    1. 2. Why and How Philosophy Matters 35

      Philip Pettit

    2. 3. The Socialization of Epistemology 58

      Louise Antony

    3. 4. Political Ontology 78

      Colin Hay

    4. 5. Mind, Will, and Choice 97

      James N. Druckman & Arthur Lupia

    5. 6. Theory, Fact, and Logic 114

      Rod Aya

  • Part III Psychology Matters

    1. 7. Why and How Psychology Matters 131

      Kathleen M. McGraw

    2. 8. Motivation and Emotion 157

      James M. Jasper

    3. 9. Social Preferences, Homo Economicus, and Zoon Politikon 172

      Samuel Bowles & Herbert Gintis

    4. 10. Frames and Their Consequences 187

      Francesca Polletta & M. Kai Ho

    5. 11. Memory, Individual and Collective 210

      Aleida Assmann

  • (p. 1204) Part IV Ideas Matter

    1. 12. Why and How Ideas Matter 227

      Dietrich Rueschemeyer

    2. 13. Detecting Ideas and Their Effects 252

      Richard Price

    3. 14. How Previous Ideas Affect Later Ideas 266

      Neta C. Crawford

    4. 15. How Ideas Affect Actions 284

      Jennifer L. Hochschild

    5. 16. Mistaken Ideas and Their Effects 297

      Lee Clarke

  • Part V Culture Matters

    1. 17. Why and How Culture Matters 319

      Michael Thompson, Marco Verweij & Richard J. Ellis

    2. 18. How to Detect Culture and Its Effects 341

      Pamela Ballinger

    3. 19. Race, Ethnicity, Religion 360

      Courtney Jung

    4. 20. Language, Its Stakes, and Its Effects 376

      Susan Gal

    5. 21. The Idea of Political Culture 392

      Paul Lichterman & Daniel Cefaï

  • Part VI History Matters

    1. 22. Why and How History Matters 417

      Charles Tilly

    2. 23. Historical Knowledge and Evidence 438

      Roberto Franzosi

    3. 24. Historical Context and Path Dependence 454

      James Mahoney & Daniel Schensul

    4. (p. 1205) 25. Does History Repeat? 472

      Ruth Berins Collier & Sebastián Mazzuca

    5. 26. The Present as History 490

      Patrick Thaddeus Jackson

  • Part VII Place Matters

    1. 27. Why and How Place Matters 509

      Göran Therborn

    2. 28. Detecting the Significance of Place 534

      R. Bin Wong

    3. 29. Space, Place, and Time 547

      Nigel J. Thrift

    4. 30. Spaces and Places as Sites and Objects of Politics 564

      Javier Auyero

    5. 31. Uses of Local Knowledge 579

      Don Kalb

  • Part VIII Population Matters

    1. 32. Why and How Population Matters 597

      David Levine

    2. 33. The Politics of Demography 619

      Bruce Curtis

    3. 34. Politics and Mass Immigration 636

      Gary P. Freeman

    4. 35. Population Change, Urbanization, and Political Consolidation 649

      Jeffrey Herbst

    5. 36. Population Composition as an Object of Political Struggle 664

      David I. Kertzer & Dominique Arel

  • (p. 1206) Part IX Technology Matters

    1. 37. Why and How Technology Matters 681

      Wiebe E. Bijker

    2. 38. The Gender Politics of Technology 707

      Judy Wajcman

    3. 39. Military Technologies and Politics 722

      Wim A. Smit

    4. 40. Technology as a Site and Object of Politics 745

      Sheila Jasanoff

  • Part X Old and New

    1. 41. Duchamp’s Urinal: Who Says What’s Rational When Things Get Tough? 767

      David E. Apter

    2. 42. The Behavioral Revolution and the Remaking of Comparative Politics 797

      Lucian Pye

  • Index 806