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Recently, after a hiatus of some thirty years, the term "public opinion" has been reappearing in the lexicon of Soviet scholarship. In this article, a Russian social scientist attempts to present public opinion "within a scientific context and to fill a gap in our theoretical literature." He...
A French historian suggests that the social sciences lack integration, and for the most part also lack a sense of time. Historians have several concepts of time, including the short-run time of events, and time of long duration, that is, of long-range trends and developments. The concept of...
An Italian economist details the methodology of obtaining various indices of trade between sets of countries, taking into account population, national income, and the general extent of international trade. In addition to finding the results intrinsically interesting, political researchers might...
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