Politics and Political Change

From Journal of Interdisciplinary History Readers

Politics and Political Change

Edited by Robert I. Rotberg

Hardcover $67.50 S £55.00
Paperback $30.00 X £25.00

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Summary

Politics and political change are the staples of history. This collection shows how the study of past politics can be deepened by theory and practice from political science, sociology, and economics, and how the application of quantitative methods to received assumptions can expand our understanding of all political history. The contributions cross continents and range in time from the medieval period to the modern. The wide-ranging topics include political confessionalism, urban voter fraud, and methods of electing popes.

Contributors Sara Alpern, Dale Baum, Allan Bogue, W. Dean Burnham, Jerome Clubb, Joseph Colomer, Jürgen Falter, Gary Fink, Ronald Formisano, James Hilty, Sharon Kettering, Morgan Kousser, Richard Maisel, Loomis Mayfield, Iain McLean, Santa Traugott, Peter Tuckel, Reinhard Zintl

Hardcover

Out of Print ISBN: 9780262182133 349 pp. | 6 in x 9 in

Paperback

$30.00 X | £25.00 ISBN: 9780262681292 349 pp. | 6 in x 9 in

Editors

Robert I. Rotberg

Robert I. Rotberg is President Emeritus of the World Peace Foundation, Founding Director of Harvard Kennedy School's Program on Intrastate Conflict, and Fellow of the American Academy of Arts and Sciences. He is the author of The Corruption Cure: How Citizens and Leaders Can Combat Graft, Things Come Together: Africans Achieving Greatness in the Twenty-First Century, Transformative Political Leadership, and numerous other books.