1998 - supplement 6

Articles in this issue

  • [New Methods for Social History]
    Introduction
    Pages: 3 - 8
  • Temporally Recursive Regression and Social Historical Inquiry: An Example of Cross-Movement Militancy Spillover
    Pages: 9 - 32
  • Using Event History Analysis in Historical Research: With Illustrations from a Study of the Passage of Women's Protective Legislation
    Pages: 33 - 56
  • Incorporating Space into Social Histories: How Spatial Processes Operate and How We Observe Them
    Pages: 57 - 80
  • Narrative as Data: Linguistic and Statistical Tools for the Quantitative Study of Historical Events
    Pages: 81 - 104
  • The Logic of Qualitative Comparative Analysis
    Pages: 105 - 125
  • Historical Social Network Analysis
    Pages: 125 - 144
  • Historical Inference and Event-Structure Analysis
    Pages: 145 - 165