Comparative Historical Analysis in the Social Sciences


Comparative Historical Analysis in the Social Sciences

This review of the accomplishments and future agendas of comparative historical research in the social sciences explores its strengths in explaining important worldwide outcomes (e.g., revolutions, social provision, democracy). It includes sections on substantive research accomplishments, methodology, and theory, and features essays by some of the most important political scientists and sociologists currently working.


 Reviews:

"Devils lie at the back of this set of high-powered essays on the state of play within comparative historical studies. Bluntly, the volume is a triumph in every way, clearly superseding everything else in the field. The intellectual range is impressive. The volume as a whole operates with a sophisticated view of methodology." John A. Hall, McGill University, American Journal of Sociology

"A must for anyone who wants to seriously engage in comparative analysis." EH.net, Bertrand M. Roehner, University of Paris


 Prizes:

Winner, Alexander L. George Article Award for the Qualitative Methods Section of the American Political Science Association
Winner, Giovanni Sartori Book Award of the Qualitative Methods Section of the American Political Science Association
Abbott, Andrew 1992. “From Causes to Events: Notes on Narrative Positivism.” Sociological Methods and Research 20: 428–55
Abbott, Andrew 1992. “From Causes to Events: Notes on Narrative Positivism.” Sociological Methods and Research 20: 428–55
Abbott, Andrew 1993. “Sequences of Social Events: Concepts and Methods for the Analysis of Order in Social Processes.” Historical Methods 16: 129–47
Abbott, Andrew 1997. “On the Concept of Turning Point.” Comparative Social Research 16: 85-105
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Abbott, Andrew. 1988. “Transcending General Linear Reality.” Sociological Theory 6: 169–86
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Abbott, Andrew. 1990. “Conceptions of Time and Events in Social Science Methods: Causal and Narrative Approaches.” Historical Methods 23: 140–50
Abbott, Andrew. 1990. “Conceptions of Time and Events in Social Science Methods: Causal and Narrative Approaches.” Historical Methods 23: 140–50
Abbott, Andrew. 1992. “From Causes to Events: Notes on Narrative Positivism.” Sociological Methods and Research 20: 428–55
Abbott, Andrew. 1992. “From Causes to Events: Notes on Narrative Positivism.” Sociological Methods and Research 20: 428–55
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