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Shifting Standards for Political Methodologists? Historical Trends in the Society for Political Methodology

Published online by Cambridge University Press:  18 May 2018

Sara McLaughlin Mitchell
Affiliation:
University of Iowa
Christopher H. Achen
Affiliation:
Princeton University

Abstract

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Symposium: What is a Political Methodologist?
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Copyright © American Political Science Association 2018 

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