DOI: https://doi.org/10.21564/2075-7190.45.200942

ПРИКЛАДНЕ КОНСТРУЮВАННЯ КОНЦЕПТІВ У ПОЛІТИЧНІЙ НАУЦІ ЗА МЕЖАМИ СЕМАНТИЧНОГО ПІДХОДУ

Максим Володимирович Яковлєв

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Методологічні дискусії щодо конструювання концептів політичної науки для прикладного кількісного та якісного емпіричного аналізу, що виходять за межі традиційного семантичного підходу до концептів як до термінів чи теоретичних конструктів, розглядаються у порівняльній перспективі но основі деконструкції причинно-наслідкового, онтологічного та реалістського бачення концептів, запро­понованого американським дослідником Ґ. Ґертцем.

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концептосфера політичної науки; концептологія; міждисциплінарні лінгвістично-політологічні дослідження; політична теорія; методологія наукових досліджень

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Hay, C. (2002). Political Analysis: A Critical Introduction. Basingstoke: Palgrave Macmillan.

Robison J., Stevenson R. T., Druckman J. N., Jackman S., Katz J. N., Vavreck L. (2018). An Audit of Political Behavior Research. SAGE Open, 8(3). Retrieved from https:// journals.sagepub.com/doi/pdf/10.n77/2158244018794769

Gallie, W. B. (1956). Essentially Contested Concepts. Proceedings of the Aristotelian Society, 56, 167-198.

Goertz, G. (2006). Social Science Concetps. A User’s Guide. Princeton: Princeton University Press.

Stengers, I. (Ed.) (1987). D’une science a l’autre : des concepts nomades / D. Andler ... [et al.]. Paris : Seuil.

Berenskoetter, F. (2016). Approaches to Concept Analysis. Millennium: Journal of International Studies, 45(2), 151-173.

Sartori, G. (1970). Concept Misformation in Comparative Politics. American Political Science Review, LXIV(4), 1033-1053.

Gerring, J. (2012). Social science methodology: a unifiedframework. 2nd ed. Cambridge ; New York: Cambridge University Press.

Collier, D. & Mahon, J. E. (1993). Conceptual ’Stretching’ Revisited: Adapting Categories in Comparative Analysis. American Political Science Review, 87(4). 845-855.

Richter, M. (1995). The history of political and social concepts: a critical introduction. New York: Oxford University Press.

Fitzi, G. (2019). Max Weber’s concept of ’modern politics’. Journal of Classical Sociology, 19(4), 361-376.

Palecek, M. (2019). The evolution of ’culture’: Juggling a concept. Anthropological Theory, 20(1), 53-76.

Orsi, R. (2019). On the relevance of Carl Schmitt’s concept of Großraum in contemporary international politics. Journal of International Political Theory. Retrieved from https://doi.org/10.1177/1755088219874431

Gundersen, S. (2018). Mechanism-based Explanations versus Autonomy in the Social Sciences. Sociological Bulletin, 67(1), 35-50.

Barrientos Del Monte, F. (2017). From Sociological Interpretation to Political Science. Latin American Perspectives, 45(2), 51-61.

Kovacic, Z. (2018). Conceptualizing Numbers at the Science - Policy Interface. Science, Technology, & Human Values, 43(6), 1039-1065.

Diaz-Peralta, M. (2018). Metaphor and ideology: Conceptual structure and conceptual content in Spanish political discourse. Discourse & Communication, 12(2), 128-148.

Behr, H. (2019). Towards a political concept of reversibility in international relations: Bridging political philosophy and policy studies. European Journal of International Relations, 25(4), 1212-1235.

Smith, G. M. (2018). Friendship as a Political Concept: A Groundwork for Analysis. Political Studies Review, 17(1), 81-92.

Marsteintredet, L. & Malamud, A. (2019). Coup with Adjectives: Conceptual Stretching or Innovation in Comparative Research? Political Studies. Retrieved from https:// doi.org/10.n77/0032321719888857

Umbach, M. & Humphrey, M. (2018). Authenticity: The Cultural History of a Political Concept. London: Palgrave Macmillan.

Auyero, J. & Benzecry, C. (2017). The Practical Logic of Political Domination: Conceptualizing the Clientelist Habitus. Sociological Theory, 35(3), 179-199.

Ragin, Ch. C. (2008). Redesigning social inquiry fuzzy sets and beyond. Chicago: University of Chicago Press.

Beveridge, R. (2017). The (Ontological) Politics in Depoliticisation Debates: Three Lenses on the Decline of the Political. Political Studies Review, 15(4), 589-600. Retrieved from https://journals.sagepub.com/doi/full/10.1177/1478929916664358

Grafstein, R. (1988). A Realist Foundation for Essentially Contested Political Concepts. The Western Political Quarterly, 41(1), 9-28.

Spicer, M. W. (2018). What Do We Mean by Democracy? Reflections on an Essentially Contested Concept and Its Relationship to Politics and Public Administration. Administration & Society, 51(5), 724-748.

Hyvonen, A.-E. (2018). Careless Speech: Conceptualizing Post-Truth Politics. New Perspectives, 26(3), 31-55.

Boulay, H. (1977). Essentially Contested Concepts and the Teaching of Political Science. Teaching Political Science, 4(4), 423-433.


Пристатейна бібліографія ГОСТ


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