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Comparing foreign policies: theories, findings, and methods. Edited by James N. Rosenau.


[Beverly Hills, Calif.] Sage Publications; [distributed by] Halsted Press, New York [1974] .
ISBN 0470736135

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Other Authors Rosenau, James N.,
Subjects International relations -- Research.
Relations internationales -- Recherche.
Description xi, 442 pages illustrations 24 cm
Copyright Date [1974]
Notes "Essays collected together in this volume are the product of ... the Inter-University Comparative Foreign Policy (ICFP) project."
Includes bibliographical references.
Contents Part I. Introduction -- Comparing foreign policies : why, what, how / James N. Rosenau -- Part II. Theories -- Problems in the construction of positive foreign policy theory -- Adaptive foreign policy behavior : an empirical approach / Patrick J. McGowan -- Foreign policy and bureaucratic adaptation / Michael K. O'Leary -- National political adaptation / Stuart J. Thorson -- Part III. Findings -- Foreign policy behavior in dyadic relationships : testing a pre-theoretical extension / James N. Rosenau and Gary D. Hoggard -- Determinants of foreign policy behavior : a causal modeling approach -- Charles A. Powell [and others] -- Governmental and societal influences on foreign policy in open and closed nations / David W. Moore -- Leader personality and foreign policy behavior / Margaret G. Hermann -- Systemic and external attributes in foreign policy analysis / James E. Harf, David G. Hoovler, Thomas E. James, Jr. -- National attributes and nation typologies : a look at the Rosenau genotypes / David W. Moore -- Do nation-types account for foreign policy behavior? / Maurice A. East and Charles F. Hermann -- Inter-nation conflict resolution and national attributes / James E. Harf -- Part IV. Methods -- An empirically based typology of foreign policy behaviors / Stephen A. Salmore and Donald Munton -- Differential source coverage in foreign policy analysis / Gary D. Hoggard -- Mirror, mirror, on the wall ... A comparison of event data sources / Robert Burrowes -- A Bayesian approach to the problem of events data validity / Patrick J. McGowan.
Network Numbers (OCoLC)1007792
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