Description - Comparative Political Science by Alan S. Zuckerman
Comparative politics addresses the central questions of political science anywhere and everywhere: from ancient Greece to the contemporary world; from established democracies to totalitarian regimes; from small communities to capital cities; and from the international scale to the individual. Edited by one of the world's foremost political science scholars, this four-volume set provides researchers with a comprehensive overview of the numerous methods and applications of the comparative approach.
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Author Biography - Alan S. Zuckerman
Alan S. Zuckerman is a Professor of Political Science at Brown University. His scholarship has focused on the analytical principles of comparative politics; the social context of political preferences, choice, and behavior; the individual and the state in established democracies; and the political structure of small groups. Professor Zuckerman is the author, coauthor, editor, and co-editor of several books. He has published numerous articles in the leading journals of political science, as well as monographs in the United States, Britain, Italy, Germany, Austria, and Israel on topics as diverse as the Holocaust, the political cohesion of households, political cleavages, the determinants of political preferences, voting in Israel, the comparative historical analysis of Jewish communities, party factions in Italy and Israel, and party identification.