Canadian Politics In The 21st Century by Michael WhittingtonCanadian Politics In The 21st Century by Michael Whittington

Canadian Politics In The 21st Century

byMichael Whittington, Glen Williams

Paperback | October 16, 2007

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Canadian Politics in the 21st Century is a collection of readings that is recognized for its diverse and well-known group of expert contributors. This reader provides a thematic overview of current trends in Canadian Politics. Covering issues such as Interest Groups and Social Movements and the Political Culture in Canada, Canadian Politics in the 21st Century aims not only to explain the nature of politics today, but also to speculate about the trends that will prevail in the future.
Title:Canadian Politics In The 21st CenturyFormat:PaperbackDimensions:398 pages, 9 × 6 × 0.75 inPublished:October 16, 2007Publisher:Nelson College IndigenousLanguage:English

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ISBN - 10:0176424148

ISBN - 13:9780176424145

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ContributorsIntroductionPart I Government Institutions and Processes1. Parliament and Political Success in Canada - Michael M. Atkinson and David C. Docherty2. The Prime Minister, Cabinet, and the Executive Power in Canada - Michael S. Whittington3. Politics Versus Administration: Politicians and Bureaucrats - Reg Whitaker4. Federalism and Intergovernmental Relations - Garth StevensonPart II State and Society5. Regions within Region: Canada in the Continent - Glen Williams6. The End of Brokerage? The Canadian Party System in the Twenty First Century - Anthony Sayers -NEW7. Elections - Jon H. Pammett (formerly chapter 8)8. Interest Groups and Social Movements - Miriam Smith (formerly chapter 9)9. Charter Politics and the Judiciary - Radha Jhappan (formerly chapter 11)Part III Politics, Culture, and Society10. Political Culture in Canada - David V.J. Bell (formerly chapter 13)11. A Gendered Analysis of Canadian Politics - Sandra Burt (formerly chapter 14 - new title)12. Unequal Relations: Race and Ethnicity in Canadian Politics - Daiva Stasiulis and Yasmeen Abu-Laban (formerly chapter 14)13. Quebec: Province, Nation, or Distinct Society - Kenneth McRoberts (formerly chapter 16)14. The Media and Canadian Politics in an Era of Globalization - Frederick J. Fletcher and Robert Everett (formerly chapter 17)AppendixesI Selections from Constitution ActsII Federal Election ResultsIII Internet Resources