Comparing Democracies 2: New Challenges in the Study of Elections and Voting
Lawrence LeDuc, Richard G Niemi, Professor Richard G Niemi, Pippa Norris, McGuire Lecturer in Comparative Politics Pippa Norris
SAGE, Apr 23, 2002 - Political Science - 269 pages
`This excellent collection of essays provides a highly knowledgeable and
insightful overview of current knowledge in the sub-field of elections and
voting in the world's democracies. Coherent in organization and
wide-ranging in content and perspective, this is a book that should be read
by anyone interested in political science.'
- Anthony Mughan, The Ohio State University
In this major new edition the world's leading international scholars have again produced an indispensable guide and up-to-date review of the whole field. Each of the chapters (the majority of which are completely new) provide a broad theoretical and comparative understanding of all the key topics, making this essential reading for students and lecturers of elections and voting behavior, comparative politics, parties, and democracy.
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