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The State of Political Science in Western Europe

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Barbara Budrich
Political science & theory, Politics/International Relations, Western Continental Europe, History & Theory - General, Europe, Western, History, Political Science, Study and teaching (Hi
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ISBN 103866490453
ISBN 139783866490451

Genre/Form: Electronic books History: Additional Physical Format: Print version: State of political science in Western Europe. Opladen: Budrich,   The State of Political Science in Western Europe informs on these general issues and reports country specific developments.

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