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Rethinking social inquiry: diverse tools, shared standards

Author: Brady, Henry E. ; Collier, DavidPublisher: Rowman and Littlefield, 2004.Language: EnglishDescription: 362 p. ; 23 cm.ISBN: 9780742511262Type of document: BookBibliography/Index: Includes bibliographical references and index and glossary
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Includes bibliographical references and index and glossary

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Brief Contents Rethinking Social Inquiry Rethinking Social Inquiry List of Figures and Tables Preface xv xvii I. Introduction I. 2. Refocusing the Discussion of Methodology Henry E. Brady, David Collier, and Jason Seawright The Quest for Standards: King, Keohane, and Verba's Designing Social Inquiry David Collier, Jason Seawright, and Gerardo L. Munck 1 . Critiques of the Quantitative Template 1 3. Doing Good and Doing Better: How Far Does the Quantitative Template Get Us? Henry E. Brady Some Unfulfilled Promises of Quantitative Imperialism Larry M. Bartels How Inference in the Social (but Not the Physical) Sciences Neglects Theoretical Anomaly Ronald Rogowski Claiming Too Much: Warnings about Selection Bias David Collier, James Mahoney, and Jason Seawright 4. 5. 6. 111. Qualitative Tools 7. 8. 9. Tools for Qualitative Research Gerardo L. Munck Turning the Tables: How Case-Oriented Research Challenges Variable-Onented Research Charles C. Ragin Case Studies and the Limits of the Quantitative Worldview TimothyJ. McKeown IV. Linking the Quantitative and Qualitative Traditions 10. 11. Bridging the Quantitative-QualitativeDivide Sidney Tarrow The Importance of Research Design Gary King, Robert 0.Keohane, and Sidney Verba V. Diverse Tools, Shared standards 12. Critiques, Responses, and Trade-offs: Drawing Together the Debate David Collier, Henly E. Brady, and Jason Seawright Sources of Leverage in Causal Inference: Toward an Alternative View of Methodology David Collier, Henry E. Brady, and Jason Seawright 13. Appendix Data-Set Observations versus Causal-Process Observations: The 2000 U.S. Presidential Election Henry E. Brady Glossary Jason Seawright and David Collier Bibliography Subject Index Name Index Contributors Acknowledgment of Permission to Reprint Copyrighted Material

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