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Makro-Qualitative vergleichende Methoden

  • Dirk Berg-Schlosser
Part of the Uni-Taschenbücher / Probleme der Politik book series (2809, volume 1391)

Zusammenfassung

Innerhalb des komparativen Methodenspektrums nimmt die „vergleichende Methode“ im engeren Sinne einen zentralen, aber dennoch erstaunlicherweise bislang eher vernachlässigten Platz ein (zur Lokalisierung vgl. a. Schaubild 2 in →5 Aarebrot/Bakka). Demgegenüber standen entweder auf relativ großen Fallzahlen beruhende „makro-quantitative“ Verfahren wie die vergleichende Aggregatdatenforschung (→ Niedermayer/Widmaier) oder auf einzelnen oder ganz wenigen Fällen beruhende „konfigurative“ Untersuchungen stärker im Vordergrund.

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