Electoral Politics

Hardcover | June 1, 1993

EditorDennis Kavanagh

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Elections are universal methods of political choice and decision-making. This book has commissioned essays on key topics of voting behaviour, election rules, the media, election pacts, and the consequences of elections. The essays are by distinguished authors drawn from both sides of theAtlantic, including Donald Stokes, Austin Ranney, Richard Rose, Anthony King, and Dennis Kavanagh. They form a tribute to the famous student of elections, David Butler.

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Elections are universal methods of political choice and decision-making. This book has commissioned essays on key topics of voting behaviour, election rules, the media, election pacts, and the consequences of elections. The essays are by distinguished authors drawn from both sides of theAtlantic, including Donald Stokes, Austin Ranne...

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Elections are universal methods of political choice and decision-making. This book offers original essays on key topics for every student of the subject. Focusing particularly on Britain and the United States, the contributions examine the behaviour of voters, the elite and the electorate, the changing impact of the mass media, pacts, ...

Dennis Kavanagh is at University of Nottingham.

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Format:HardcoverDimensions:278 pages, 8.5 × 5.43 × 0.87 inPublished:June 1, 1993Publisher:Oxford University Press

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ISBN - 10:0198273819

ISBN - 13:9780198273813

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`The preponderance of this book focuses on electoral arrangements. These essays enhance one's understanding of this critical issue ... The anthology's strength lies in the broad range of important election issues it addresses and the scholars addressing them ... There are few edited worksthat endure the test of time, but Electoral Politics will be such a book because it embraces the fundamental questions of elections. The book is written for the scholarly community, yet due to the range of work, others who are interested in elections will find it, or parts of it, excellentreading.'Perspectives on Political Science