The behavioral revolution and Communist studies; applications of behaviorally oriented political research on the Soviet Union and Eastern Europe. Edited by Roger E. Kanet.


New York, Free Press [1971] .

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Subjects Europe de l'Est -- Politique et gouvernement -- 1945-
Europe, Eastern -- Politics and government.
Europe, Eastern.
Political science -- Methodology.
Political science -- Research.
Politics and government
Politique -- Méthodologie.
Politique -- Recherche.
Soviet Union -- Politics and government.
Soviet Union.
URSS -- Politique et gouvernement.
Description xv, 376 pages illustrations 24 cm
Copyright Date [1971]
Notes Includes bibliographical references.
Contents Introduction: The behavioral revolution and communist studies / Roger E. Kanet -- part 1. A survey of empirically oriented literature on communist policies: Comparing communist nations: prospects for an empirical approach / Paul Shoup -- part 2. Political elites in the Soviet Union and Eastern Europe: Motivation, methodology, and communist ideology / Rita Mae Kelly and Frederic J. Fleron, Jr. -- Soviet elite participatory attitudes in the post-Stalin period / Milton Lodge -- The Soviet Central Committee: an elite analysis / Michael P. Gehlen and Michael McBride -- Co-optation as a mechanism of adaption to change: the Soviet political leadership / Frederic J. Fleron, Jr. -- Public influence and educational policy in the Soviet Union / Joel J. Schwartz and William R. Keech -- Party careers: a case study of Bulgarian Central Committee members, 1962 / Carl Beck, Gerard A. Johnson, and J. Thomas McKechnie -- part 3. Policy implementation and bureaucracy in Russia and the Soviet Union: The study of the imperial ministry of internal affairs: the application of organization theory / Don Karl Rowney -- Role conflict and ambiguity in the Communist Party of the Soviet Union / Erik Hoffmann -- Law in the political development of a communist system: conceptualizing from the Soviet experience / Robert Sharlet -- part 4. The Soviet Union in world affairs: Soviet elite perception of international regions: a research note / Charles Gati -- The effects of international conflict and détente on cohesion in the communist system / P. Terrence Hopmann -- Soviet relations with the developing states: an application of correlation analysis / Dan C. Heldman.
Geographic Area Soviet Union
Europe, Eastern
Network Numbers (OCoLC)156780
(OCoLC)ocm00156780
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WorldCat Identities Kanet, Roger E., 1936-
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