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Unformatted text preview: Prepared by field seminar participants, Fall 1998 (Weeks 3-13) and Spring 2000 (Week 2) Contributors Fall 1998: Chris Adolph, Ethan Bueno de Mesquita, Eric Dickson, Rob Fannion, Kira Foerster, James Fowler, Bryan Garsten, Rieko Kage, Andy Karch, Ethan Handelman, Diego Miranda, Suzanne Nielsen, Maria Popova, Lily Tsai, Endre Tvinnereim, and Jeremy Weinstein. Spring 2000: Dan Delaney, Ben Deufel, Harumi Furuya, Yvonne Gastelum, Magda Hinojosa, Matt Price, Ying Shang, Kathryn Shea, Matt Stephenson, Thad Williamson Compiled by Chris Adolph, February, 2000 2 Table of Contents Week 2: Modernization and Political Development . .................................................. 8 Karl W. DEUTSCH , Chapter 12: Social Mobilization and Political Participation in Political Development and Social Change, Jason L. Finkle and Richard W. Gable, ed. New York: John Wiley & Sons, Inc., 1971: pp.384-401. ..................................................................................... 9\\ Alex Inkeles, "The Modernization of Man\ . ............................................................................ 10\ Huntington, Samuel P. Political Order in Changing Societies. ................................................. 11 J. Samuel Valenzuela and Arturo Valenzuela , Modernization and Dependency: Alternative Perspectives in the Study of Lation American Underdevelopment . .......................................... 21 Bates, Robert. Agrarian Politics, in Weiner and Huntington (eds.), Understanding Political Development , pp. 160-195. ..................................................................................................... 23\\ Lee Sigelman, Understanding Political Instability: An Evaluation of the Mobilization-Institutionalization Approach . ............................................................................................... 24\\ Karen Remmer, Theoretical Decay and Theoretical Development: Resurgence of Institutional Analysis . ................................................................................................................................ 25\\ Week 3: Methodology in Comparative Politics . ......................................................... 26 Charles Ragin, The Comparative Method. ................................................................................. 27 Harry Eckstein, "Case Study and Theory in Political Science," in Fred Greenstein and Nelson Polsby, eds. Strategies of Inquiry, vol. 7 of Handbook of Political Science (1975). .............. 29\\ Lijphart, Arend. "The Comparable-Cases Strategy in Comparative Research" (Comparative Political Studies 8:2, 1975) . .................................................................................................... 30\\ Douglas Dion, "Evidence and Inference in the Comparative Case Study," Comparative Politics 30 no. 2 (January 1998): 127-42. ............................................................................................ 32\\...
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