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New Methodologies in the Study of Territorial Politics

Conflict Resolution
European Politics
Federalism
Nationalism
Regionalism
Methods
P260

Saturday 09:00 - 10:40 (10/09/2016)

Building: Faculty of Arts Floor: 2 Room: FA217

Abstract

In addition to promoting new ways of asking old questions in territorial politics, this panel aims to spark discussion and creativity about research methodology within the subfield. ‘New’ methodologies can be defined as entirely new methods or methods commonly used in other fields, but applied to questions of territorial politics. Papers from qualitative, quantitative, or mixed approaches are welcome. Some examples of methods that could be of interest are “big data” analysis, computer-assisted text analysis, ethnography, experiments, geospatial mapping, and qualitative comparative analysis.

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