Perestroika!: The Raucous Rebellion in Political Science

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Contents

Parti
7
Not Here Not Now
21
Every Poet His Own Aristotle
45
Letter to a Graduate Student
53
Part 2
61
Rational Choice Symbolic Politics and Pluralism
87
A Return to Politics
103
Interpretation and Institution
136
Part 6
302
Methodological Bias in the APSR
304
The APSR in the Perestroika Era
323
Methodological Bias in
342
Part5
355
The Graduate Student Experience
374
Graduate Education in a Pluralistic Context
403
Quantitative Methods
421

The R Word Narrative and Perestroika
154
Work That Counts
167
Lost in Translation
181
In the House of Science There Are Many Rooms
200
Will the Real Perestroikniks Please Stand
218
Part 3
237
Democracy versus DiversityA False Dichotomy
250
Ironic Representation
265
Introducing Democracy in the APSA
278
Part 4
291
On Curricular Perestroika
434
Assessment
465
After Methodology
489
A Pox on Perestroika a Hex on Hegemony
509
Of Means and Meaning
525
Reforming the Discipline
548
Further Reading
567
Index
583
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