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review_final_exam - INTRO TO COMPARATIVE POLITICS FINAL...

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INTRO TO COMPARATIVE POLITICS FINAL EXAM HUBER - formal models BACHRACH & BARATZ - elitist conception of power - pluralist conception of power - 2 faces of power HALL & TAYLOR - historical institutionalism - rational choice institutionalism - sociological institutionalism - institutions SHEPSLE & BONCHEK - game theory (Hume’s marsh-draining game, prisoner’s dilemma, paradox of cooperation) - collective action problems WEBER - 3 types of legitimate domination - state - politician elected official civil servant - bureaucracy TILLY - state as organized crime - functions of state state-making war protection extraction
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MILL - method of agreement - method of difference LIJPHART - 3 methods of reasearch - strengths and weaknesses KKV - research question - theory - data - use of data GERRING - case study - diachronic / synchronic HUNTINGTON - wave (and historical details) - democratization LINZ & STEPAN - democracy - authoritarian - totalitarian - post-totalitarian - sultanistic - 4 dimensions of regime type (pluralism, ideology, leadership, mobilization) PRZEWORSKI - effect of democracy on development / effect of development on democracy - criterion of well-being - definition of democracy / dictatorship as residual category RUSTOW - functional / genetic - methodological problems of genetic inquiry (correlation cause) - background condition - preparatory phase
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- decision phase - habituation phase CAROTHERS - old paradigm - new paradigm - gray zone - feckless pluralism - dominant-power politics MICHNIK - new evolutionism PRZEWORSKI
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This note was uploaded on 02/26/2012 for the course POLS 1501 taught by Professor Tamas during the Fall '11 term at Columbia.

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