The Importance of Governmental Structure as a Taxonomic Scheme for Nations.
Research rept. for Jan 69,
HAWAII UNIV HONOLULU DEPT OF POLITICAL SCIENCE
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The goal of the study is to investigate the relationship between the structure of governmental regimes and other basic characteristics of nations. It is hoped that this form of analysis will be found useful in investigating the generalizability of classificatory or taxonomic schemes that appear quite frequently in the literature of both comparative politics and international relations. Two techniques are employed. The first ascertains the profiles of national groups on the 14 indicators of national attributes and 3 factor score variables of internal conflict. The second technique ascertains the maximum amount of correlation between linear combinations of the two sets of data -- Riggs classification of nations and Rummels marker variables of the basic dimensions of national attributes. Author
- Government and Political Science