Over the past decade, the study of Canadian politics has changed
profoundly. The introspective, insular, and largely atheoretical
style that informed Canadian political science for most of the
postwar period has given way to a deeper engagement with, and
integration into, the global field of comparative politics. This
volume is the first sustained attempt to describe, analyze, and
assess the "comparative turn" in Canadian political science.
Canada's engagement with comparative politics is examined with a
focus on three central questions: In what ways, and how
successfully, have Canadian scholars contributed to the study of
comparative politics? How does study of the Canadian case advance
the comparative discipline? Finally, can Canadian practice and
policy be reproduced in other countries?
University of British Columbia Press
|Country of origin:
• Richard Simeon
• Robert Vipond
• Jennifer Wallner
||235 x 159mm (L x W)
||Hardcover - Sewn
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