The Oxford Handbook of British Politics (häftad)
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Gamble, Andrew / Hay, Colin / Kenny, Michael
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67:B&W 6.69 x 9.61 in or 244 x 170 mm (Pinched Crown) Perfect Bound on White w/Gloss Lam
The Oxford Handbook of British Politics (häftad)

The Oxford Handbook of British Politics

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The Oxford Handbook of British Politics provides the most sophisticated and up-to-date analysis of British politics to date. Essential for all those working in the area.
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David Marsh, Political Studies Review This is a book anyone seriously interested in the study of British politics should have on their bookshelf. It covers a large array of subjects, thus widening the scope of what is studied as British politics.

Professor Patrick Dunleavy, London School of Economics and Political Science Review from previous edition British politics was long feted and later neglected as an idiosyncratic system of dwindling significance in liberal democratic politics. Now, after a series of sweeping constitutional transformations this impressive Handbook reveals a UK politics that is increasingly part of the European and democratic mainstreams once again. In place of the tired partisan verities of conventional British political analysis, the authors
offer much stronger modern political science accounts.

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Matthew Flinders is Reader in Parliamentary Government and Governance at the University of Sheffield. He was awarded the Harrison Prize in 2002, the Richard Rose Prize in 2004, and during 2005-2006 he held a Whitehall Fellowship within the Cabinet Office. Andrew Gamble is Professor of Politics and Head of Department at the University of Cambridge. He currently holds a Leverhulme Fellowship (2004-07), researching images of Anglo-America in British politics. Colin Hay is Professor of Political Analysis and co-director of the Political Economy Research Centre at the University of Sheffield. He is the author of a number of books, including Why We Hate Politics, Political Analysis, and The Political Economy of New Labour. He is co-founder and co-editor of the journals Comparative European Politics and British Politics and an editor of New Political Economy. Michael Kenny is Professor of Politics at Sheffield University. He is a member of the editorial boards of the journals New Political Economy and Contemporary Political Theory. His main research interests are in the fields of contemporary political theory, political ideas in modern Britain, and trans-national politics and political thought.


I. APPROACHES; The British Tradition; 1. Politics as an Academic Vocation; 2. Antecedents; 3. The British Study of Politics; Political Science; 4. Institutionalism; 5. Rational Choice; 6. Behaviouralism; Critical Perspectives; 7. Anti-Foundationalism; 8. Feminism; 9. The Oakeshottians; Modes of Political Writing; 10. Political Journalism; 11. Biography; 12. The Novel; II. INSTITUTIONS; Democracy; 13. Parliament; 14. Constitutionalism; 15. Judiciary; 16. Party System; Governance; 17. Delegation; 18. Regulation; 19. Central State; 20. Lobbying; Territory; 21. Devolution in the UK; 22. Localism; 23. European Devolution; III. IDENTITIES; Identification; 24. Political Parties; 25. Voting and Identity; 26. Ethnicity and Religion; National Identities; 27. England; 28. Ireland; 29. Scotland and Wales; Location; 30. The European Union; 31. Britain and America; 32. After Empire; IV. INEQUALITIES; 33. Class; 34. Race; 35. Gender; Management; 36. Ageing and Generational Politics; 37. Welfare Reform; 38. Aid and International Development; Conflict; 39. Protest; 40. Immigration and Citizenship; 41. The Security State; V. PROCESSES; Social Change; 42. Participation and Social Capital; 43. Political Marketing; 44. Technology and Risk; Dynamics; 45. Europeanisation; 46. Globalisation; 47. Marketisation; 48. National Economy; 49. European Economy; 50. International Economy