By Robert E. Goodin, Hans-Dieter Klingemann
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Political Behavior Converse, P. Sprague, J. Campbell, A. Sniderman, P. Stokes, D. Heath, A. Miller, W. Comparative Politics Almond, G. Verba, S. Inglehart, R. Lijphart, A. International Relations Keohane, R. Waltz, K. Holsti, K. Number of times referenced 10 9 9 8 7 9 6 5 11 8 7 10 8 5 36 POLITICAL SCIENCE Part VI 1 2 3 Part VII 1 2 3 Part VIII 1 2 3 Part IX 1 2 Krasner, S. Political Theory Goodin, R. Habermas, J. Kymlicka, W. Barry, B. Cohen, J. Gutmann, A. Rawls, J. Taylor, C. Dowding, K. Galston, W.
Pateman, C. Rawls, J. Sharkansky, I. Skocpol, T. Sniderman, P. Stokes, D. Sprague, J. Taylor, C. Walzer, M. Waltz, K. Wilson, J. Q. 7 percent) scholars in groups 1–6 above exhaust the list of those who, by our criteria, count as integrators of the discipline as a whole or the most frequently referenced authors either across the discipline as a whole or within any particular subﬁeld of it. There are another 1523 authors referenced in the New Handbook whose contributions to the discipline are sufﬁciently substantial as to merit notice in what is, in and of itself, a very selective list.
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A New Handbook of Political Science by Robert E. Goodin, Hans-Dieter Klingemann