Table of contents for The Oxford handbook of contextual political analysis / edited by Robert E. Goodin and Charles Tilly.


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Part I. Introduction


1. It Depends, Charles Tilly and Robert E. Goodin


Part II. Philosophy Matters


2. Why and How Philosophy Matters, Philip Pettit


3. The Socialization of Epistemology, Louise Antony


4. Political Ontology, Colin Hay


5. Mind, Will, and Choice, James N. Druckman and Arthur Lupia


6. Theory, Fact, Logic, Rod Aya


Part III. Psychology Matters


7. Why and How Psychology Matters, Kathleen M. McGraw


8. Motivation and Emotion, James M. Jasper


9. Social Preferences, Homo Economicus, and Zoon Politikon, Samuel Bowles and Herbert Gintis


10. Frames and Their Consequences, Francesca Polletta and M. Kai Ho


11. Memory, Individual and Collective, Aleida Assmann


Part IV. Ideas Matter


12. Why and How Ideas Matter, Dietrich Rueschemeyer


13. Detecting Ideas and Their Effects, Richard Price


14. How Previous Ideas Affect Later Ideas, Neta C. Crawford


15. How Ideas Affect Actions, Jennifer L. Hochschild


16. Mistaken Ideas and Their Effects, Lee Clarke


Part V. Culture Matters


17. Why And How Culture Matters, Michael Thompson, Marco Verweij, and Richard J. Ellis


18. How to Detect Culture and its Effects, Pamela Ballinger


19. Race, Ethnicity, Religion, Courtney Jung


20. Language, Its Stakes and Its Effects, Susan Gal


21. The Idea of Political Culture, Paul Lichterman and Daniel Cefa"i


Part VI. History Matters


22. Why and How History Matters, Charles Tilly


23. Historical Knowledge and Evidence, Roberto Franzosi


24. Historical Context and Path Dependence, James Mahoney and Daniel Schensul


25. Does History Repeat?, Ruth Berins Collier and Sebasti'an Mazzuca


26. The Present as History, Patrick Thaddeus Jackson


Part VII. Place Matters


27. Why and How Place Matters, G"oran Therborn


28. Detecting the Significance of Place, R. Bin Wong


29. Space, Place, and Time, Nigel J. Thrift


30. Spaces and Places as Sites and Objects of Politics, Javier Auyero


31. Uses of Local Knowledge, Don Kalb


Part VIII. Population Matters


32. Why and How Population Matters, David Levine


33. The Politics of Demography, Bruce Curtis


34. Politics and Mass Immigration, Gary P. Freeman


35. Population Change, Urbanization, and Political Consolidation, Jeffrey Herbst


36. Population Composition as an Object of Political Struggle, David I. Kertzer and Dominique Arel


Part IX. Technology Matters


37. Why and How Technology Matters, Wiebe E. Bijker


38. The Gendered Politics of Technology, Judy Wacjman


39. Military Technologies and Politics, Wim A. Smit


40. Technology as a Site and Object of Politics, Sheila Jasanoff


Part X. Old and New


41. Duchamp's Urinal: Who Says What's Rational When Things Get Tough?, David E. Apter


42. The Behavioral Revolution and the Remaking of Comparative Politics, Lucian Pye





Library of Congress subject headings for this publication:
Political science -- Methodology.
Political science -- Philosophy.