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Parution : 05/2020
Editeur : ECPR Press
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Political Science in Europe

Achievements, Challenges, Prospects

Sous la direction de Thibaud Boncourt, Isabelle Engeli, Diego Garzia

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The last half-century has been a defining period for the development of political science in Europe: disciplinary norms have become institutionalized in professional organizations, training units, and research centres; the scholarly community has dramatically grown in size across the continent; the analytical and methodological tools of the discipline are increasingly sophisticated; and the knowledge disseminated under the label “political science” is bigger than it has ever been.

Political Science in Europe takes stock of these developments and reflects on the achievements of the discipline, and the challenges it faces. Is there a distinctive "European" blend of political science? Is the European political science community cohesive and inclusive? How does the discipline cope with the neoliberalisation of academia, and the diffusion of illiberal politics? Leading and up-and-coming political scientists answer these questions by discussing the discipline's key concepts and intellectual trends, its professional structures, and its relationship with its social, economic, and political environment.

 

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PREFACE

1. Fifty Years of Political Science in Europe: An Introduction, Thibaud Boncourt, Isabelle Engeli, and Diego Garzia

PART I: EUROPEAN POLITICAL SCIENCE

2. Is There a European Touch?, Yves Mény

3. “The Political” in European Political Science, Terrell Carver

4. Methodological Pluralism in European Political Science, Virginie Guiraudon

5. The Expansion of the Political Science Dataverse, Russell J. Dalton

PART II: THE PROFESSION OF EUROPEAN POLITICAL SCIENCE

6. Interpreting Scientific Regionalization: Where European Political Science Associations Come From and How They Shape the Discipline, Thibaud Boncourt

7. The World of Political Science: Internationalization and Its Consequences, Pippa Norris

8. From Imagined Disciplinary Communities to Building Professional Solidarity: Political Science in Postcommunist Europe, Luciana Alexandra Ghica

9. Patterns of Gender Inequality in European Political Science, Isabelle Engeli and Liza Mügge

10. Race, Intersectionality, and Diversity in European Political Science, Shardia Briscoe-Palmer and Kate Mattocks

PART III: EUROPEAN POLITICAL SCIENCE IN ITS ENVIRONMENT

11. Making European Political Science Matter: Policy Advice by European Political Scientists, Ivar Bleiklie, Marleen Brans, and Svein Michelsen

12. The Engagement of European Political Scientists with Parties and Citizens: The Case of Voting Advice Applications, Diego Garzia and Alexander H. Trechsel

13. Politics of Public Policy Revisited: Lessons from European Welfare State Research, Anton Hemerijck

14. Political Science at Risk in Europe: Frailness and the Study of Power, David Paternotte and Mieke Verloo

POSTFACE

15. The Boundaries of Political Science in Europe, Kris Deschouwer

348 pages.  $100.00

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