Applications of the Expansion Method

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John Paul Jones, Emilio Casetti
Routledge, 1992 - Science - 375 pages
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The Expansion Method calls into question the social sciences' practice of constructing trans-contextual theories and models. "Applications of the Expansion Method" explores the theoretical significance of the expansion method paradigm and provides methodological advances. Applications are offered in such diverse areas as population, social policy, urban systems, economic development, and remote sensing.

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