1. Since the 1970s, qualitative analysis in political science has largely drawn inspiration from phenomenology and hermeneutics. However, behaviouralism remains committed to positivism in a quest to make political science scientific. What is the positivist method? Which features of behaviouralism reflect its commitment to positivism?
2. Even though the origins of interpretivism lie in anthropology, political science has embraced it to demonstrate and better comprehend the role that culture plays in politics. Why is culture central to interpretivism? In the course of doing interpretivism, what does it mean when a researcher becomes a researcher-analyst?
3. When researchers are conducting interviews, they can choose from a menu of four styles: informal, unstructured, semi-structured, and structured. State the key features of each interview s