2 edition of cross-polity survey found in the catalog.
Arthur S Banks
by Inter-University Consortium for Political Research in [Ann Arbor, Mich.]
Written in English
|Other titles||Cross polity survey, 1963|
|Statement||principal investigators, Arthur S. Banks, Robert B. Textor|
|Series||ICPR -- , ICPSR (Series) -- 5004|
|Contributions||Textor, Robert B, Inter-university Consortium for Political Research|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||, 129 p. ;|
|Number of Pages||129|
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Notes: A critique of Banks and Textor's "A cross-polity survey". The book is a comparison of nations of the world; classifying and cross-classifying independent polities of the world in Subject: Banks, Arthur; Textor, Robert; Civilization. Gregg, P. and A. S. Banks. "Dimensions of political systems: factor analysis of a cross-polity survey." THE AMERICAN POLITICAL SCIENCE REVIEW 59 (September ): Gulick, Edward Vose. Europe's Classical Balance of Power: A Case History of the Theory and Practice of One of the Great Concepts of European Statecraft.
A Cross-Polity Survey. Using the inflection point criterion, the first five factors were selected for rotation, the nations clustering under the factors labelled polyarchic (generally democratic), elitist (5 new Asian and 25 new African states), centrist (including all Com munist states), personalist, and traditional. Bllihdorn, : Wesley L. Gould, Michael Barkun. The comparative study of human rights is a relatively recent academic undertaking. Scholarly efforts in this area have focused on three major research questions. These central themes include: 1) the Cited by: 6.
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Additional Physical Format: Online version: Banks, Arthur S. Cross-polity survey. Cambridge, M.I.T. Press [©] (OCoLC) Online version: Banks, Arthur S. OCLC Number: Notes: Title in "ICPSR Guide to resources and services": Cross polity survey, Description: , pages ; 28 cm.
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BooK REvEws A Cross-Polity Survey by Arthur S. cross-polity survey book Banks and Robert S. Textor. Cambridge, Massachusetts: The M.I.T. Press, pp. $ This interesting survey of independent polities has been de-scribed as a "pioneering venture of great importance," and an inter-esting venture it is.
The basic question that must be asked is the. The assembly of an archive of longitudinal data on the world's nation-states was undertaken by the Center for Comparative Political Research inwith computer-facilitated procedures for the storage, reassembly, and retrieval of its content.
The present volume is a cathode-ray-tube printout of a substantial portion of the CCPR file. The period chosen dates from.
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The input data comprise 68 variables, all but five of which were derived from the 57 polychotomous characteristics of the Survey.1* We omitted 16 Survey character-istics of an essentially ecological character, since we wished to analyze relationships withinCited by: Author of A cross-cultural summary, Alternative sociocultural futures for Thailand, Cultural frontiers of the Peace Corps, Failure in Japan, Failure in Japan, with keystones for a positive policyPatterns of worship, A Cross-Polity Survey.
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Were a cross-polity survey to be taken, the empirical beliefs, likes and dislikes, values, and priorities of Latter-day Saints in political matters would be polity-specific. German Latter-day Saints, for example, would resemble other Germans more than they would Mexican, French, or Samoan Latter-day Saints.
Peace and regime type can be examined at the dyadic, nation, and system levels. At the dyadic level, it is well established that democracies rarely if ever fight each other. At the national level, Cited by: Gregg, Phillip and Arthur S. Banks.
"Dimensions of political systems: Factor analysis of A Cross-Polity Survey." American Political Science Review 59 (September ), Gross, L. "The use of class concepts in sociological research." American Journal of Sociology 54 (/49), Gurr, Ted Robert. "A comparative study of civil strife.".
such data, Banks and Textor's A Cross-Polity Survey10 expanded a total of 57 quantitative and qualitative varia bles to different dichotomizations of the variables across countries or "polities." They instructed the computer to cross-tabulate every dichotomized variable against every other dichotomized variable, printing out.
A Cross-Polity Survey. Arthur S. Banks and Robert B. Textor. Michael A. Samuels. 9(2), pp. – First Page | PDF (86 KB) | Permissions Book Notes.
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Read the Best Paper Award winner from The Journal of Politics Moderation from Bias: A Field Experiment on Partisan Media in a New Democracy. The MIT Press is committed to re-imagining what a university press can be. Known for iconic design, rigorous scholarship, and creative technology, the Press advances knowledge by publishing significant works by pioneering international MIT Press is the only university press in the.A Cross-Polity Survey (Cambridge, Mass., ), is weak in its analysis of Eastern European Communist states with reference to interests.
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