Concept formation, systems analysis and factor analysis in political science by Joseph M. Firestone

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  • Political science -- Mathematical models.,
  • Factor analysis.,
  • System analysis.

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Statement[by] Joseph M. Firestone.
SeriesUniversity of Hawaii. Dept. of Political Science. Research report no. 23
ContributionsHawaii. University, Honolulu. Dimensionality of Nations Project.
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LC ClassificationsJA73 .F53
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Paginationi, 30 l.
Number of Pages30
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Open LibraryOL5027114M
LC Control Number73621743

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