Britain Votes 2005 provides a balanced, comprehensive and topical overview of the campaign leading up to the 2005 British General Election and an analysis of the results presented in a straightforward, clear and lively style for students, colleagues and practitioners. This is the fourth volume in the Oxford series which started in the election of 1992.
Part I provides insights into the strategies and tactics adopted by the major parties; news coverage on the television, in newspapers, and on the internet; and the dynamics of the opinion polls leading up to polling day.
Part II analyses the outcome including the results in Scotland, Wales and Northern Ireland; race and gender issues; economic voting; the working of the electoral system, and the outcome for the new Parliament. Produced by a well-known team of experts on British elections and voting behaviour, the book is written in a vivid and accessible style.
The book will be essential reading for all students, scholars, and practitioners of British elections and voting behaviour, party politics, public opinion, political behaviour and political sociology.
Christopher Wlezien is Professor of Political Science at Temple University. He is co-founder of the ESRC-funded Oxford Spring School in Quantitative Methods for Social Research and a research associate in the Centre for the Study of Democratic Government. Wlezien came to Oxford from the University of Houston, where he was a professor of political science and founding director of the Institute for the Study of Political Economy. He has held visiting positions at Columbia University, the Juan March Institute, and McGill University. He received his PhD from the University of Iowa in 1989.Pippa Norris is a political scientist comparing elections and public opinion, political communications, and gender politics. She has published more than thirty books and her work has been translated into more than a dozen languages. She has served as an expert consultant for many official bodies, including the UN, UNESCO, the Council of Europe, International IDEA, the NDI, the NED, and the UK Electoral Commission. She has held many visiting research appointments, including at Columbia University, the University of California - Berkeley, the University of Oslo, the University of Cape Town, Otago University, and the Australian National Univerity. Pippa Norris is McGuire Lecturer in Comparative Politics teaching at the John F Kennedy School of Government and the Department of Government at Harvard University, and prior to that she taught at Edinburgh University.
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Descripción Oxford University Press, 2005. Estado de conservación: New. Brand New, Unread Copy in Perfect Condition. A+ Customer Service! Summary: 1. Pippa Norris: Introduction The Campaign Context 2. Ivor Crewe: The Opinion Polls 3. John Bartle: The Press, Television and Internet 4. Dominic Wring: The Labour Party 5. Anthony Seldon and Daniel Collins: The Conservative Party 6. Andrew Russell: The Liberal Democrat Party 7. Paul Webb: The Minor and Fringe Parties The Analysis of the Results 8. John Curtice: Turnout 9. Ron Johnston, Charles Pattie and David Rossiter: UK Regions: Scotland, Wales, and Northern Ireland 10. David Sanders, Harold Clarke, Marianne Stewart and Paul Whiteley: The Issue Agenda and Voting 11. Geoffrey Evans: The Impact of Leaders, Parties and Voting 12. Joni Lovenduski and Rosie Campbell: The New Parliament: Gender, Race, and New MPs 14. Patrick Dunleavy and Helen Margetts: The Impact of UK Electoral Systems 15. Christopher Wlezien: Conclusions. Nº de ref. de la librería ABE_book_new_0198569408
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