Public political narratives: developing a neglected source through the exploratory case of Russia in the Putin-Medvedev era

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Bacon, Edwin;
  • Publisher: Political Studies Association
  • Subject: polsoc

The place of narrative in political science is an issue that resurfaces with regularity, usually focusing on the questions of generalisability, evidence and causality which lie at the heart of the discipline. Most such debate concerns the use of narrative by political s... View more
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