Parameters Of Power Brief by Faron EllisParameters Of Power Brief by Faron Ellis

Parameters Of Power Brief

byFaron Ellis, Heather Macivor

Paperback | February 15, 2007

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Parameters of Power: Canada's Political Institutions, Brief Edition is based on the premise that students need a comprehensive understanding of how existing political institutions are designed, and how they currently work in practice, before they begin to entertain proposals for reform. Parameters of Power: Canada's Political Institutions, Brief Edition attempts to provide a straightforward introduction to Canada's political institutions, without sacrificing the detail necessary to launch research projects and the weighty discussions that lead to deeper understanding of politics in the true north strong and free. For the most part, Parameters of Power: Canada's Political Institutions, Brief Edition focuses on how Canadian politics is currently structured by the existing institutions, leaving discussion of proposed reforms for the classroom and research projects. Its touchstone features, such as the political biographies, chronologies, figures and statistical data, are designed to be as exhaustive as those found in comprehensive Canadian government textbooks, sometimes more so.
Title:Parameters Of Power BriefFormat:PaperbackDimensions:425 pages, 9.3 × 7.5 × 1.3 inPublished:February 15, 2007Publisher:Nelson College IndigenousLanguage:English

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ISBN - 10:0176103732

ISBN - 13:9780176103736

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Table of Contents

CHAPTER 1: Institutions, Politics and Political CultureCHAPTER 2: The Constitution as Master InstitutionCHAPTER 3: FederalismCHAPTER 4: Political Parties and Canadian Party SystemCHAPTER 5: Elections and VotingCHAPTER 6: The Political Executive and Parliamentary DemocracyCHAPTER 7: The Permanent Executive and Administrative StateCHAPTER 8: The Administration of Justice: The Courts and the CharterCHAPTER 9: Nongovernmental Actors and the Political ProcessCHAPTER 10: Navigating the Labyrinth