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Hyperpolitics: An Interactive Dictionary of Political Science Concepts

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Hyperpolitics: An Interactive Dictionary of Political Science Concepts
Mauro Calise, Theodore J. Lowi
Type: eBook
Released: 2010
Publisher: University Of Chicago Press
Page Count: 267
Format: pdf
Language: English
ISBN-10: 0226091015
ISBN-13: 9780226091013
Review “All of this is wonderful, exciting, imaginative, and generous.├é┬áHyperpolitics is a great service to many disciplines, not just political science. As an intellectual history of political science, this book is unequalled. This is a pioneering reinvention of the dictionary.”—Richard M. Valelly, Swarthmore College (Richard M. Valelly ) “By confronting the pervasive failure to teach innovative work with concepts, Hyperpolitics makes a stunning contribution. Calise and Lowi broaden our horizon by creating a new map of conceptual structure that will enlighten scholars and students, challenging them to extend it.”—David Collier, University of California, Berkeley (David Collier ) “When it takes two first-class authors fifteen years to produce a book, the book must be taken seriously. Hyperpolitics is a highly innovative and formidable instrument for handling and understanding concepts. I miss having had to miss it in my time.”—Giovanni Sartori, Columbia University (Giovanni Sartori ) “In Hyperpolitics, two esteemed political scientists combine a broad knowledge of the field and commitment to transparent, cumulative conceptual development with an elegant interface. The result is a work that is both simple to use for the novice and rich and sophisticated for the established scholar. Innovative and smart, Hyperpolitics will make a splendid contribution to conceptual development in comparative politics and to the training of students, as well.”—Edward Schatz, University of Toronto (Edward Schatz ) About the Author Mauro Calise is professor of political science at the University of Naples Federico II. The author of several books (www.maurocalise.it), he is also the president of the Italian Political Science Association and director of the IPSA Web Portal for Electronic Sources. Theodore J. Lowi is the John L. Senior Professor of American Institutions at Cornell University. A former president of the American Political Science Association and of the International Political Science Association, he is the author of The End of Liberalism.

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