Electoral Change (häftad)
Format
Häftad (Paperback / softback)
Språk
Engelska
Antal sidor
490
Utgivningsdatum
2009-10-01
Upplaga
2
Förlag
ECPR Press
Medarbetare
MacKie, Thomas T. / Valen, Henry
Illustrationer
1, black & white illustrations
Dimensioner
234 x 152 x 31 mm
Vikt
680 g
Antal komponenter
1
Komponenter
WORKSHEET
ISBN
9780955820311
Electoral Change (häftad)

Electoral Change

Responses to Evolving Social and Attitudinal Structures in Western Countries

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Until the last quarter of the 20th Century, Western party systems appeared to be frozen and stability was generally taken to be the central characteristic of individual-level party choice. But during the 1970s and 1980s, in a spasm of change that appeared to occur in all countries, this ceased to be true. Voters in Western countries suddenly demonstrated an unexpected and increasing unpredictability in their choices between parties, often to the extent of voting for parties that are quite new to the political scene. Understanding these fundamental changes became a pressing concern for political scientists and commentators alike, and a matter of extensive controversy and debate. In the middle 1980s, an international team of leading scholars set out to explore the reasons for these shifts in voting patterns in sixteen western countries: all those of the (then) European Community (except for Luxembourg and Portugal), together with Australia, Canada, New Zealand, Norway, Sweden and the United States. In this book they report their findings regarding the connections between social divisions and party choice, and the manner in which these links had changed since the mid-1960s. The authors based their country studies on a common research design. By doing so, they were able to focus on the characteristics that the sixteen countries had in common so as to evaluate the extent to which the changes had a common source. The passage of time has not dated this book, and in this edition the original text is augmented by a new Preface that describes the ways in which the book's findings retain their relevance for contemporary scholarship, and by an Epilogue in which the main analyses reported in the book are brought up to date.
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Mark Franklin's numerous publications include The Decline of Class Voting in Britain, Choosing Europe? and Voter Turnout Tom Mackie is co-author of The International Almanac of Electoral History and of various volumes in the European Voter series. Henry Valen was the author of a large number of works including Political Parties in Norway.

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contents 1 reface to the ECPR edition P Mark Franklin and Thomas Mackie 1 2 reface P PART I DESCRIPTION 3 ntroduction I Mark Franklin, Tom Mackie, and Henry Valen 15 4 lectoral change and social change E Tom Mackie and Mark Franklin, with contributions from authors of all the country chapters 43 PART II ANALYSIS 5 a Australi Ian McAllister 69 6 m Belgiu Anthony Mughan 91 7 n Britai Mark Franklin 109 8 a Canad Harold Clarke and Marianne Stewart 131 9 k Denmar Ole Borre 153 10 e Franc Michael Lewis-Beck and Andrew Skalaban 173 11 y German Franz Urban Pappi and Peter Mnich 185 12 e Greec Panayote Dimitras 209 13 d Irelan Michael Marsh 223 14 y Ital Tom Mackie, Renato Mannheimer, and Giacomo Sani 241 15 he Netherlands T Cees van der Eijk and Kees Niemoeller 257 16 ew Zealand N Clive Bean 285 17 y Norwa Henry Valen 307 18 n Spai Tom Lancaster 327 19 n Swede Maria Oskarson 339 20 he United States of America T Arthur Miller and Brad Lockerbie 361 PART III ASSESSMENT 21 he decline of cleavage politics T Mark N. Franklin 381 22 leavages, con C fl ict resolution and democracy Cees van der Eijk, Mark Franklin, Tom Mackie, Henry Valen 403 NEW EPILOGUE Cleavage politics in the 21st century Mark Franklin 427 APPENDICES A Variables employed in the country chapters Mark Franklin, Tom Mackie 437 B Methodological considerations Mark Franklin 439 References 441 Index 465