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Table of Contents

Part I
Basic Concepts and Their Treatment
1. What is Political Behavior?
2. Law and Behavior: A Unified Approach to their Study
3. A Common Formulation in Politics, Sociology and Economics
4. The Perils of Prediction
5. The Nature of Classification in the Human Sciences
6. The Infinity of Social Sciences and the Practical Implication of this Condition
7. Structure and Function; The System of Studying Government
8. Technique for the Relating of Social Responsibility to Life Situations
9. Bridges Between Natural and Behavioral Science
10. The Psychology of Fact and Fiction
Part II
Teaching, Research, and Politics
11. An examination of Conscience (to be added later)
12. No Prescription Without Diagnosis
13. Academic Impasse
14. Secrets In Research (to be added later)
15. The Environment of Political Science
16. The Core Course in Political Science: Yak
17. Fact and Value in Teaching
18. First Things First in Methodology
19. Should "Policy Science" Take the Stage?
20. A Pluralist Approach to Research Support (to be added later)
21. The Process of Theory-Research Interaction
22. Political Scientists and Politicians
23. Science and Man's Ends
24. The Process of Government
25. Remarks on The Ideal Curriculum in Political Science
Part III
Information Retrieval
26. The Reform of Publishing
27. Rationalizing the Intake of Information
28. The Universal Reference System
29. Continuity and Innovation in Reference Retrieval in the Social and Behavioral Sciences
Part IV
Trends in Approach and Techniques
30. New Directions in the Science of Man
31. The Hatred of New Social science
32. Research on Voters and Elections
33. An Introductory Remark: Social Research With the Computer
34. The Role of the Public in Western Culture
35. Notes for an Introductory Essay on Modern Methods of Political Study
36. The American Image Project