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Please use the print version of this publication as the authoritative version for attribution. THE AMERICAN RESPONSE: IDEAS AND PROSPECTS 28 FINAL REMARKS • On integrating disciplinary researchers and Soviet area specialists, one participant remarked that it is important to bring social science methods, and not only disciplinary specialists, into Soviet studies. Another, while agreeing about the need to raise the research standards in area studies, saw the abstract methods valued in the disciplines as a barrier to entry for area specialists.
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2. Special characteristics of the Soviet Union make it an inviting site for research. The Soviet Union's great ethnic and socioeconomic diversity within a single political system makes it a natural laboratory for quasi-experimental research, such as on the effects of development and culture on policy implementation. Other special conditions include an arctic environment in which one can compare the same ethnic groups that live throughout the Arctic under different political systems. Another example is the highest female labor force participation rate in the world, which makes the Soviet Union an important outlier on the distribution of countries.