The Encyclopedia of Political Science

The Encyclopedia of Political Science

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Political science needs a resource that serves as a core reference to the central ideas, concepts, and frameworks underlying the study of politics and that highlights the intersections of politics with other disciplines. The Encyclopedia of Political Science (TEPS) is designed to fill that need. It is the encyclopedia for political science in the twenty-first century.

Prepared with the assistance of the American Political Science Association (APSA), TEPS brings together a distinguished editorial board and more than 600 distinguished and rising scholars to chronicle and assess the core issues that have long concerned students of politics. This comprehensive work traces the evolution of political theories, concepts, research frameworks, and political practices from across the world. As it examines the interplay of political ideas and processes, ...

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