The analysis presented in this article concerns how citizens organize their beliefs about America's role in the world affairs. An intensive analysis using Q methodology is offered as an alternative means for uncovering the structure of foreign policy attitudes. The analysis revealed four distinct viewpoints. In discussing the viewpoints we offer a critique of the methodological presuppositions underlying earlier empirical research and the implications of those presuppositions for our theoretical understanding of the subject.

doi.org/10.15133/j.os.1995.006
Operant Subjectivity

James M Carlson, Douglas Blum, & Bruce McKeown. (1995). The Structure of Attitudes Toward America's World Role. Operant Subjectivity, 19(1/2), 35–57. doi:10.15133/j.os.1995.006