... C. P., 191 social historians and culture, 45 and history, 55 and political historians, 38 social history affirmation of, 19 and cultural history, 49 new, 38 of
academic life, 31 of disciplines, 157 Social Science Research Council (SSRC),
2n1, 215 ... Gabriel, 117 Tawney, R. H., 35 Teaching History ofPsychology: A Handbook (Benjamin, 1981), 166 teams, 5 cross-disciplinary, 4, 5
multidisciplinary, 2, 4, 5, 5n5 ...
Author: Roger E. Backhouse
Publisher: Cambridge University Press
Category: Business & Economics
A Historiography of the Modern Social Sciences exposes parallels and contrasts in the way the histories of the social sciences are written.
Designing Social Inquiry: Scientific Inference in Qualitative Research. Princeton
... PS: Political Science and Politics 47(1): 19–42. ... 'History, Historiography, and
Political Science: Multiple Historical Records and the Problem of Selection Bias.
Author: Luigi Curini
Category: Political Science
The SAGE Handbook of Research Methods in Political Science and International Relations offers a comprehensive overview of the field and its research processes through the empirical and research scholarship of leading international authors. The book is structured along the lines of applied research in the discipline: from formulating good research questions and designing a good research project, to various modes of theoretical argumentation, through conceptualization, to empirical measurement and analysis. Each chapter offers new approaches and builds upon existing methods. Through its seven parts, undergraduate and graduate students, researchers and practicing academics, will be guided through the design, methods and analysis of issues in Political Science and International Relations discipline: Part One: Formulating Good Research Questions and Designing Good Research Projects Part Two: Methods of Theoretical Argumentation Part Three: Conceptualization & Measurement Part Four: Large-Scale Data Collection & Representation Methods Part Five: Quantitative-Empirical Methods Part Six: Qualitative & “Mixed” Methods Part Seven: EITM & EMTI
This defense depends, however, on the myth that historians do not think
theoretically and that historiographical ... histories of Vietnam and Fareed
Zakaria's institutionalist-oriented explanation (1998) for 19th-century expansion
and the dozens ...
Author: Ellen Perecman
Publisher: SAGE Publications
Category: Social Science
A Handbook for Social Science Field Research: Essays & Bibliographic Sources on Research Design and Methods provides both novice and experienced scholars with valuable insights to a select list of critical texts pertaining to a wide array of social science methods useful when doing fieldwork. Through essays on ethnography to case study, archival research, oral history, surveys, secondary data analysis, and ethics, this refreshing new collection offers "tales from the field" by renowned scholars across various disciplines.
Intellectual property law — Handbooks , manuals , etc . , 272 Intellectual style . ...
and Social Research ( ICPSR ) : Documentation rating system , 291 History and
development - Anniversary studies , E83 ICPSR data ... B168 Historical methods
— Methodologies , 32 , R80 Information retrieval , 133 Media – Cognition —
Learning , S19 Organizational ... disciplinary research , 81 Disciplines , 409 ,
W194 Discourse analysis , 20 , D158 Historiography , M232 History , C241 , G10
, R11 ...
Author: Lawrence J. McCrank
Publisher: Information Today, Inc.
Historical Information Science is an extensive review and bibliographic essay, backed by almost 6,000 citations, detailing developments in information technology since the advent of personal computers and the convergence of several social science and humanities disciplines in historical computing. Its focus is on the access, preservation, and analysis of historical information (primarily in electronic form) and the relationships between new methodology and instructional media, techniques, and research trends in library special collections, digital libraries, data archives, and museums.
The Crusades : Historiography and Bibliography . Bloomington : Indiana
University Press , 1962. 170 pp . 19. Cambridge Medieval History . 2d ed .
Cambridge : Cambridge University Press , 1966– . 20. The Cambridge Modern History . Edited ...
“The Studies Science Education Consortium, 1971); Michael Lybarger, “The Historiography of Social Studies: Retrospect, Circumspect, and Prospect,” in Handbook of Research on Social Studies Teaching and Learning, James P.
Shaver,ed. ... 2004),1–19; Oliver M. Keels,“The Collegiate Influence onthe
EarlySocial StudiesCurriculum: A Reassessment of the Role of Historians,”
Theory andResearch ...
Author: Christine Woyshner
This collection of historical essays on race develops lines of inquiry into race and social studies, such as geography, history, and vocational education. Contributors focus on the ways African Americans were excluded or included in the social education curriculum and the roles that black teachers played in crafting social education curricula.
A book providing practical help to students at the graduate and postgraduate levels. What is given in the book is precise, clear and solid.
Publisher: South Indian Studies
A book providing practical help to students at the graduate and postgraduate levels. What is given in the book is precise, clear and solid. The book's coverage and comprehensiveness, its scientific, analytical and critical treatment, its near perfect organization and arrangement, its clarity and easy methods of reference will make it a useful compendium for students and teachers. A teacher and lover of history the author has brought out philosophical, scientific, and ideological and linguistic perspectives to bear on the subject. Whether a student or teacher or a general reader, the manual can be expected to develop a healthy interest in history. The author has brought to bear philosophical, scientific, ideological and linguistic perspectives to bear on the subject.
" - Charles Crothers, Auckland University of Technology This is a jewel among methods Handbooks, bringing together a formidable collection of international contributors to comment on every aspect of the various central issues, complications ...
Author: William Outhwaite
Category: Social Science
"An excellent guidebook through different approaches to social science measurement, including the all-important route-maps that show us how to get there." - Roger Jowell, City University "In this wide-ranging collection of chapters, written by acknowledged experts in their fields, Outhwaite and Turner have brought together material in one volume which will provide an extremely important platform for consideration of the full range of contemporary analytical and methodological issues." - Charles Crothers, Auckland University of Technology This is a jewel among methods Handbooks, bringing together a formidable collection of international contributors to comment on every aspect of the various central issues, complications and controversies in the core methodological traditions. It is designed to meet the needs of those disciplinary and nondisciplinary problem-oriented social inquirers for a comprehensive overview of the methodological literature. The text is divided into 7 sections: Overviews of methodological approaches in the social sciences Cases, comparisons and theory Quantification and experiment Rationality, complexity and collectivity Interpretation, critique and postmodernity Discourse construction Engagement. Edited by two leading figures in the field, the Handbook is a landmark work in the field of research methods. More than just a 'cookbook' that teaches readers how to master techniques, it will give social scientists in all disciplines an appreciation for the full range of methodological debates today, from the quantitative to the qualitative, giving them deeper and sharpen insights into their own research questions. It will generate debate, solutions and a series of questions for researchers to exploit and develop in their research and teaching.
This handbook provides an authoritative and original overview of the origins of public international law.
Author: Bardo Fassbender
Publisher: Oxford University Press
This handbook provides an authoritative and original overview of the origins of public international law. It analyses the modern history of international law from a global perspective, and examines the lives of those who were most responsible for shaping it.
As the above list shows, the history of science hit its stride in the 1980s in
producing outstanding works of scholarship. Many other ... See also Cold Fusion;
Kuhn,Thomas S.; Philosophy of Science; Social Constructionism; Sociology of
Science References Durbin, PaulT., editor. The Culture of ... Gillispie, Charles C.“
Recent Trends in the Historiography of Science.” Bulletinfor the History of
Chemistry 15–16 (1994): 19–26. ... Handbook of Science and Technology
Author: Eric Gottfrid Swedin
This work is a unique introductory A–Z resource detailing the scientific achievements of the contemporary world and analyzing the key scientific trends, discoveries, and personalities of the modern age. * Over 200 A–Z entries covering topics ranging from plate tectonics to the first Moon landings * More than 40 stunning photographs providing a unique pictorial chronicle of the achievements of modern science
In this pioneering work, Ernst Breisach presents an effective, well-organized, and concise account of the development of historiography in Western culture.
Author: Ernst Breisach
Publisher: University of Chicago Press
In this pioneering work, Ernst Breisach presents an effective, well-organized, and concise account of the development of historiography in Western culture. Neither a handbook nor an encyclopedia, this up-to-date third edition narrates and interprets the development of historiography from its origins in Greek poetry to the present, with compelling sections on postmodernism, deconstructionism, African-American history, women’s history, microhistory, the Historikerstreit, cultural history, and more. The definitive look at the writing of history by a historian, Historiography provides key insights into some of the most important issues, debates and innovations in modern historiography. Praise for the first edition: “Breisach’s comprehensive coverage of the subject and his clear presentation of the issues and the complexity of an evolving discipline easily make his work the best of its kind.”—Lester D. Stephens, American Historical Review
Author: Gregory J. Feist, PhDPublish On: 2012-12-14
Gregory J. Feist, PhD, Michael E. Gorman, PhD. Jacobs, J. E. ... Gender and historiography of science. The British Journal for the History of Science, 26, 469–
483. Jost, J. T., Banaji ... Journal of Personality and Social Psychology, 88, 498–
509. Joy, S. ... Current Directions in Psychological Science, 19, 346–351. Kumar,
Author: Gregory J. Feist, PhD
Publisher: Springer Publishing Company
"Highly recommended."--Choice: Current Reviews for Academic Libraries This handbook is the definitive resource for scholars and students interested in how research and theory within each of the major domains of psychologyódevelopmental, cognitive, personality, and socialóhave been applied to understand the nature of scientific thought and behavior. Edited by two esteemed pioneers in the emerging discipline of the psychology of science, it is the first empirically based compendium of its time. The handbook provides a comprehensive examination of how scientific thinking is learned and evolves from infancy to adolescence and adulthood, and combines developmental and cognitive approaches to show the categorical similarities and differences in thinking between children, adolescents, adults, and scientists. Chapters highlight the breadth and depth of psychological perspectives in the studies of science, from creativity and genius, gender, and conflict and cooperation, to postmodernism and psychobiography. A section on applications offers findings and ideas that can be put to use by educators, policymakers, and science administrators. Contributors examine the importance of mental models in solving difficult technical problems, and the significance of leadership and organizational structure in successful innovation. The final section of the book is devoted to the future of this new field, focusing on how to continue to develop a healthy psychology of science. Key Features: Presents the only empirically based compendium of current knowledge about the psychology of scientific thought and behavior Edited by two pioneers in the discipline of psychology of science Describes how scientific thinking is learned and changes throughout the life span Addresses creativity and genius, gender, conflict and cooperation, postmodernism, and psychobiography Covers applications of the psychology of science that can be used by educators, policymakers, and science administrators
The specially commissioned papers in this book lay a solid theoretical foundation for comparative legal history as a distinct academic discipline.
Author: Olivier Moréteau
Publisher: Edward Elgar Publishing
The specially commissioned papers in this book lay a solid theoretical foundation for comparative legal history as a distinct academic discipline. While facilitating a much needed dialogue between comparatists and legal historians, this research handbook examines methodologies in this emerging field and reconsiders legal concepts and institutions like custom, civil procedure, and codification from a comparative legal history perspective.