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Author Druckman, James N
Title Cambridge Handbook of Experimental Political Science
Imprint New York : Cambridge University Press, 2011
©2011
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Descript 1 online resource (735 pages)
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Note Intro -- Halftitle page -- Title page -- Copyright page -- Contents -- List of Tables -- List of Figures -- Contributors -- Acknowledgments -- Introduction -- 1 Experimentation in Political Science -- Part I: Designing Experiments -- 2 Experiments: An Introduction to Core Concepts -- 3 Internal and External Validity -- 4 Students as Experimental Participants: A Defense of the "Narrow Data Base" -- 5 Economics versus Psychology Experiments: Stylization, Incentives, and Deception -- Part II: The Development of Experiments in Political Science -- 6 Laboratory Experiments in Political Science -- 7 Experiments and Game Theory's Value to Political Science -- 8 The Logic and Design of the Survey Experiment: An Autobiography of a Methodological Innovation -- 9 Field Experiments in Political Science -- Part III: Decision Making -- 10 Attitude Change Experiments in Political Science -- 11 Conscious and Unconscious Information Processing with Implications for Experimental Political Science -- 12 Political Knowledge -- Part IV: Vote Choice, Candidate Evaluations, and Turnout -- 13 Candidate Impressions and Evaluations -- 14 Media and Politics -- 15 Candidate Advertisements -- 16 Voter Mobilization -- Part V: Interpersonal Relations -- 17 Trust and Social Exchange -- 18 An Experimental Approach to Citizen Deliberation -- 19 Social Networks and Political Context -- Part VI: Identity, Ethnicity, and Politics -- 20 Candidate Gender and Experimental Political Science -- 21 Racial Identity and Experimental Methodology -- 22 The Determinants and Political Consequences of Prejudice -- 23 Politics from the Perspective of Minority Populations -- Part VII: Institutions and Behavior -- 24 Experimental Contributions to Collective Action Theory -- 25 Legislative Voting and Cycling -- 26 Electoral Systems and Strategic Voting (Laboratory Election Experiments)
27 Experimental Research on Democracy and Development -- Part VIII: Elite Bargaining -- 28 Coalition Experiments -- 29 Negotiation and Mediation -- 30 The Experiment and Foreign Policy Decision Making -- Part IX: Advanced Experimental Methods -- 31 Treatment Effects -- 32 Making Effects Manifest in Randomized Experiments -- 33 Design and Analysis of Experiments in Multilevel Populations -- 34 Analyzing the Downstream Effects of Randomized Experiments -- 35 Mediation Analysis Is Harder than It Looks -- Afterword -- 36 Campbell's Ghost -- Name Index -- Subject Index
This volume provides the first comprehensive overview of how political scientists have used experiments to transform their field of study
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Electronic reproduction. Ann Arbor, Michigan : ProQuest Ebook Central, 2020. Available via World Wide Web. Access may be limited to ProQuest Ebook Central affiliated libraries
Link Print version: Druckman, James N. Cambridge Handbook of Experimental Political Science New York : Cambridge University Press,c2011 9780521192125
Subject Political science -- Methodology.;Political science -- Research.;Political science -- Experiments
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Alt Author Green, Donald P
Kuklinski, James H
Lupia, Arthur
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