Dept. of Political Science
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(2015-06-26)The bulk of work on civil conflict seeks to explain variation across civil wars rather than within them. This has led to a better understanding as to why civil wars erupt in some countries, whereas others remain relatively ...
(2001)While the scheme is designed for application to any ethno-regional conflict, I apply it to three cases in South Asia that represent different conflict levels of management. Indian Mizoram represents successful management, ...
What Do We Know About Knowledge? Citizen Competence, "Psychological Realism" and Political Information (2000)My analysis also yields several larger points. First, knowledge has much in common with other political cognitions. Like attitudes, knowledge can result from constructed judgments, and, like attitudes or values, knowledge ...
(2000)A multi-method approach provides an empirical examination of the exit model and its predictions. Case histories involving the U.S. and South Africa, China and the U.S., and Great Britain and Argentina illustrate the strengths ...
Party System Competition and *Representation: Democratization and Redemocratization in Chile From a Comparative Perspective (2000)In departing from most studies of parties and party systems, this work proposes a novel conception of party systems that focuses on patterns of competition and representation. In seeking to explain the origins and ...