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International events and the comparative analysis of foreign policy / edited by Charles W. Kegley, Jr. [and others].

; University of South Carolina. Institute of International Studies
1st ed.. Columbia, S.C. : Published for the Institute of International Studies, University of South Carolina, by the University of South Carolina Press, 1975.
ISBN 0872493261, 9780872493261

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Other Authors Kegley, Charles W.,
University of South Carolina. Institute of International Studies.
Subjects International relations -- Research.
Relations internationales -- Recherche.
Series International relations series (University of South Carolina. Institute of International Studies) ; no. 4.
Description xviii, 317 pages : illustrations ; 24 cm.
Copyright Date 1975.
Notes Includes bibliographical references (pages 281-308) and index.
Contents Part I. State of the field -- Comparative foreign policy : one-time fad, realized fantasy, and normal field / James N. Rosenau -- Part II. Methodological issues -- Introduction : Comparative analysis and nomological explanation / Gregory A. Raymond -- Meaningful comparisons in the study of foreign policy : a methodological discussion of objectives, techniques, and research designs / Patrick J. McGowan -- Part III. Indicators of foreign policy behavior -- Introduction : The generation and use of events data / Charles W. Kegley, Jr. -- Evaluating events data : problems of conception, reliability, and validity / Philip M. Burgess and Raymond W. Lawton -- Problems in the measurement and analysis of international events / Richard A. Brody -- Part IV. Analyzing foreign policy behavior -- Introduction : Patterns and determinants of external conduct / Robert M. Rood -- Comparing the foreign policy events of nations / Charles F. Hermann -- Size and foreign policy behavior : a test of two models / Maurice A. East -- Soviet and American political success in the United Nations General Assembly, 1946-70 / Eugene Wittkopf -- Part V. Forecasting foreign policy behavior -- Introduction : Research in the predictive mode / Richard A. Skinner -- Behavioral forecasts and policymaking : an events data approach / Edward E. Azar -- Part VI. Foreign policy research materials -- Methods and data for the comparative analysis of foreign policy / Patrick J. McGowan and Michael K. O'Leary.
Network Numbers (OCoLC)1093516
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