Hyperpolitics: An Experiment in Cooperative Concept Formation

author: Theodore J. Lowi, Department of Government, Cornell University
author: Mauro Calise, University of Naples Federico II
published: March 14, 2010,   recorded: February 2009,   views: 139
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This paper presents the basic features of Hyperpolitics, a methodology aimed at defining political concepts in a modular and interactive manner. Hyperpolitics has been developed as a book (Hyperpolitics. An Interactive Dictionary of Political Science, University of Chicago Press, 2009) and as a Web site (www.hyperpolitics.net) with the aim of addressing the growing complexity of disciplinary areas in political science while fostering analytical skills and cooperation among scholars with different backgrounds and approaches.

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Comment1 International Political Science Association, March 4, 2010 at 4:26 p.m.:

Hyperpolitics: An Experiment in Cooperative Concept Formation

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This paper presents the basic features of Hyperpolitics, a methodology aimed at defining political concepts in a modular and interactive manner. Hyperpolitics has been developed as a book (Hyperpolitics. An Interactive Dictionary of Political Science, University of Chicago Press, 2009) and as a Web site (http://www.hyperpolitics.net/splash.php) with the aim of addressing the growing complexity of disciplinary areas in political science while fostering analytical skills and cooperation among scholars with different backgrounds and approaches.

Authors:
Mauro Calise
University of Naples Federico II, Italy

Theodore Lowi
Cornell University, United States

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