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British Elections and Parties Review : British Elections - David Denver

British Elections and Parties Review

British Elections

By: David Denver (Editor), Justin Fisher (Editor), Steve Ludlam (Editor), Charles Pattie (Editor)

Hardcover Published: 1st December 1997
ISBN: 9780714648606
Number Of Pages: 285

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Contents: Political Awareness and Heterogeneity in Models of Voting: Some Evidence from the British Election Studies John Bartle. The Missing Tories in Opinion Polls: Silent, Forgetful or Lost? John Curtice, Nick Sparrow and John Turner. Anchors Aweigh: Variations in Strength of Party Identification and in Socio-political Attitudes among the British Electorate 1991-94 Ron Johnston and Charles Pattie. Class and Nation in England and Scotland Anthony Heath, Nan dirk di Graaf and Ariana Need. Crooked Margins and Marginal Seats James Cornford and Daniel Dorling. A Question of Interaction: Using Logistic Regression to Examine Geographic Effects on British Voting Behaviour Andrew Russell. Discourses of Modernization: Gaitskell, Blair and the Reform of Clause IV Michael Kenny and Martin J Smith. Voting Behaviour, The Economy and the Mass Media: Dependency, Consonance and Priming as a Route to Theoretical and Empirical Integration Neil T Gavin. Error Correction Models of Party Support: The Case of New Labour Harold D Clarke, Marianne C Stewart and Paul Whiteley. The Enhancement of Leadership Power: The Labour Party and the Impact of Political Communications Richard Heffernan and James Stanyer. From the Europe of Nations to the European Nation? Attitudes of French Gaullist and Centrist Parliamentarians Agnes Alexandre and Xavier Jardin. The Conservative Party, Electoral Strategy and Public Opinion Polling, 1945-1964 Andrew Taylor.

Political awareness and heterogeneity in models of voting - some evidence from the British election studies
the missing Tories in opinion polls - silent, forgetful or lost? John Curtice
anchors aweigh - variations in strength of party identification and in socio-political attitudes among the British electorate 1991-94
class and nation in England and Scotland
crooked margins and marginal seats
a question of interaction - using logistic regression to examine geographic effects on British voting behaviour
discourses of modernization - Gaitskell, Blair and the reform of Clause IV
voting behaviour, the economy and the mass media - dependency, consonance and priming as a route to theoretical and empirical integration
error-correction models of party support - the case of New labour
the enhancement of leadership power - the Labour party and the impact of political communications
from the Europe of nations to the European nation? - attitutes of French Gaullist and Centrist parliamentarians
the Conservative Party, electoral strategy and public opinion polling, 1945-64
Reference section: chronology of events 1996
Parliamentary by-elections 1996
public opinion polls, 1996
local elections 1996
economic indicators
political parties
national newspapers
world wide web sites
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ISBN: 9780714648606
ISBN-10: 0714648604
Series: British Elections
Audience: Professional
Format: Hardcover
Language: English
Number Of Pages: 285
Published: 1st December 1997
Publisher: F CASS PUBN
Country of Publication: GB
Dimensions (cm): 23.62 x 15.34  x 2.87
Weight (kg): 0.56
Edition Number: 1