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Kittel, Bernhard

Experimental Political Science

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Table of contents

1. Introduction: Experimental Political Science in Perspective
Bernhard Kittel, Rebecca B. Morton

Part I. Overview

2. Voting Behavior and Political Institutions: An Overview of Challenging Questions in Theory and Experimental Research
Bernhard Kittel, Kamil Marcinkiewicz

3. Laboratory Tests of Formal Theory and Behavioral Inference
Jonathan Woon

4. Voting Mechanism Design: Modeling Institutions in Experiments
Jens Großer

Part II. Experimental Designs

5. Strategic Voting in the Laboratory
Nicolas Sauger, André Blais, Jean-François Laslier, Karine van der Straeten

6. Survey Experiments: Partisan Cues in Multi-party Systems
Ted A. Brader, Joshua A. Tucker

7. Experimental Triangulation of Coalition Signals: Varying Designs, Converging Results
Michael F. Meffert, Thomas Gschwend

Part III. Exploring and Analyzing Experimental Data

8. Statistical Analysis of Experimental Data
Susumu Shikano, Thomas Bräuninger, Michael Stoffel

9. Experimental Chats: Opening the Black Box of Group Experiments
Thomas Kalwitzki, Wolfgang J. Luhan, Bernhard Kittel

Part IV. Challenges to Inferences from Experiments

10. On the Validity of Laboratory Research in the Political and Social Sciences: The Example of Crime and Punishment
Heiko Rauhut, Fabian Winter

11. Gathering Counter-Factual Evidence: An Experimental Study on Voters’ Responses to Pre-Electoral Coalitions
Marc Hooghe, Sofie Marien, Thomas Gschwend

12. Using Time in the Laboratory
Rebecca B. Morton

Part V. Conclusion

13. Conclusion: Ways Ahead in Experimental Political Science
Bernhard Kittel, Wolfgang J. Luhan

Keywords: Political Science and International Relations, Political Science, Electoral Politics, Science, general, US Politics

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Publisher
Springer
Publication year
2012
Language
en
Edition
1
Series
Research Methods Series
Page amount
292 pages
Category
Society
Format
Ebook
eISBN (PDF)
9781137016645
Printed ISBN
978-1-349-33654-8

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