Ideology, Strategy and Party Change: Spatial Analyses of Post-War Election Programmes in 19 Democraciesby Ian Budge, David Robertson, Derek Hearl
Pub. Date: 03/01/2008
Publisher: Cambridge University Press
The importance of party programs to the operations of democratic government is assessed through the analysis of a major survey undertaken by the European Consortium for Political Research. See more details below
The importance of party programs to the operations of democratic government is assessed through the analysis of a major survey undertaken by the European Consortium for Political Research.
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Table of Contents1. Influence of election programmes: Britain and Canada 1945–1979 Colin Rallings; 2. The internal analysis of election programmes Ian Budge; 3. Britain, Australia, New Zealand and the United States 1946–1981, an initial comparative analysis David Robertson; 4. Canada 1945–1980: party platforms and campaign strategies William P. Irvine; 5. Sri Lanka 1947–1977: elite programmes and mass politics Judith Bara; 6. Israel 1949–1981 Judith Bara; 7. Ireland 1948–1981: issues, parties, strategies Peter Mair; 8. Northern Ireland 1921–1973: party manifestos and platforms Michael Laver; 9. Sweden and Denmark 1945–1982: election programmes in the Scandinavian setting Margareta Holmstedt and Tove-Lise Schou; 10. The Netherlands 1946–81 Karl Dittrich; 11. Belgium 1946–1981 Derek J. Hearl; 12. Luxembourg 1945–1982: dimensions and strategies Derek J. Hearl; 13. Austria 1945–1978 Franz Horner; 14. Electoral programmes in West Germany 1949–1980: explorations in the nature of political controversy Hans-Dieter Klingemann; 15. France 1958–1981: the strategy of joint government platforms François Pétry; 16. Italy 1946–1979: ideological distances and party movements Alfio Mastropaolo; 17. Japan 1960–1980: party programmes in elections Takashi Inoguchi; 18. Do parties differ, and how? Comparative discriminant and factor analyses Ian Budge and David Robertson; Appendices; General bibliography.
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