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AT MONTREAL/ISA CONGRESS (JULY 1998)
APSA CONFERENCE (SEPT. 1998)
The ISA Congress -- COCTA Sessions
Related Sessions at the:
AMERICAN POLITICAL SCIENCE ASSOCIATION Boston, Mass., 2-6 September 1998
1. A Panel Sponsored by IPSA/COCTA, on Thursday, 3 September:
CONCEPTS, COMPARISON, AND JARGON
Chair: George Graham, Vanderbilt University
Causality and Concept Transformation in Comparative Politics
David Woodruff, Massachusetts Institute of Technology
The Concept of a "Concept"
Robert Adcock, UC Berkeley
Why Don't Political Scientists Coin More New Terms?
Fred Schaffer, Massachusetts Institute of Technology
Putting Concepts to Work: Conceptual Innovation in Comparative
David Collier, UC Berkeley
Michael Freeden, Oxford University
John Gerring, Boston University
2. A Special Session on Friday, September 4:
USING HYPERTEXT FOR DEVELOPING
AND TEACHING KEY CONCEPTS IN POLITICAL SCIENCE
Co-sponsored by APSA Committees on Undergraduate Education, Computers, and Political Economy, and the International Political Science Association.
Chair:Fred W. Riggs, University of Hawaii
Hyperpolitics: Using Hypertext for Developing and Teaching Key
Concepts in Political Science
Theodore J. Lowi, Cornell University, President of the International Political Science Association.
Mauro Calise, University of Naples
George J. Graham, Jr., Vanderbilt University
John Gerring , University of Texas, Dallas
Bernard Grofman, UCI
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Updated: 12 September 1998