|Edition description:||Second Edition|
|Product dimensions:||7.40(w) x 9.60(h) x 1.20(d)|
About the Author
Michael Moran is Emeritus Professor of Government, The University of Manchester, UK. A Fellow of the British Academy, he is a past editor of Political Studies and Government and Opposition. His other books include Business, Politics and Society (2009) and The British Regulatory State (2007).
Table of Contents1. Why Politics Matters And Why British Politics Matters.-2. Politics And Policy In A Capitalist Democracy.-3. The Constitution And The British Political Culture.-4. The Core Executive In The Westminster System.-5. Departments And Agencies In The Westminster System.-6. Representing Interests In The Westminster System.-7. Parliament In The Westminster System.-8. Devolved Government In Northern Ireland.-9. From Devolution To Dissolution: Governing Scotland And Wales.-10. The Worlds Of Local And Regional Government: Multi-Level Governance In Action.-11. Europeanizing British Government.-12. Parties And Their Organization.-13. Parties And Their Ideologies.-14. How Citizens Participate.-15. How Political Communication Happens.-16. How Elections Are Decided.-17. How Leaders Are Selected.-18. Understanding Policy Under Multilevel Governance.-19. Managing Resource Raising And Allocation.-20. Managing Justice And Security.-21. Managing, Protecting And Creating Citizen Rights.-22. Understanding The British State: Theories And Evidence.
What People are Saying About This
Rigorously-researched, theoretically-informed, and, above all, incredibly readable, Politics and Governance in the UK is, quite simply, a tour de force of a textbook. It is an absolute 'must read' for all students of British politics'. – Nicola Smith, University of Birmingham, UK
'Comprehensive and accessible and yet engaging and innovative at the same time, the latest edition of this landmark text provides a judicious and creatively illustrated mix of theory, commentary and analysis. Moran brings the trials and tribulations of British politics alive as never before.' – Colin Hay, Sciences Po, France
Review of previous edition:
'Unlike many British politics texts, Moran succeeds in weaving theoretical debates directly into the narrative, producing a comprehensive and readable volume that is easily accessible to students both inside and outside the UK.' – Terrence Casey, Rose-Hulman Institute of Technology, USA, and Executive Director of the APSA British Politics Group
'Politics and Governance in the UK has established itself as the best introductory text for students of British politics. This new edition draws on the latest research and most recent political developments to provide an unrivalled account of the way Britain is governed. – Andrew Gamble, University of Sheffield and University of Cambridge, UK