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A Unified Theory of Party Competition ; A Cross-National Analysis Integrating Spatial and Behavioral Factors

By: Contributor(s): Language: English Publication details: Cambridge, New York, Melbourne : Cambridge University Press 2005Edition: 1. EdDescription: xviii, 311 ppISBN:
  • 0-521-54493-9
  • 978-0-521-54493-1
Subject(s): DDC classification:
  • 324 The political process
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Contents:
from the Table of Contents: Acknowledgments; Modeling Party Competition; How Voters Decide: The Components of the Unified Theory of Voting; Linking Voter Choice to Party Strategies: Illustrating the Role of Nonpolicy Factors; Factors Influencing the Link between Party Strategy and the Variables Affecting Voter Choice: Theoretical Results; Policy Competition under the Unified Theory: Empirical Applications to the 1988 French Presidential Election; Policy Competition under the Unified Theory: Empirical Applications to the 1989 Norwegian Parliamentary Election; The Threat of Abstention: Candidate Strategies and Policy Representation in U.S. Presidential Elections; Candidate Strategies with Voter Abstention in U.S. Presidential Elections: 1980, 1984, 1988, 1996, and 2000; Policy Competition in Britain: The 1997 General Election; The Consequences of Voter Projection: Assimilation and Contrast Effects; Policy-Seeking Motivations of Parties in Two-Party Elections: Theory; Policy-Seeking Motivations of Parties in Two-Party Elections: Empirical Analysis; Concluding Remarks; Appendixes;
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from the Table of Contents: Acknowledgments; Modeling Party Competition; How Voters Decide: The Components of the Unified Theory of Voting; Linking Voter Choice to Party Strategies: Illustrating the Role of Nonpolicy Factors; Factors Influencing the Link between Party Strategy and the Variables Affecting Voter Choice: Theoretical Results; Policy Competition under the Unified Theory: Empirical Applications to the 1988 French Presidential Election; Policy Competition under the Unified Theory: Empirical Applications to the 1989 Norwegian Parliamentary Election; The Threat of Abstention: Candidate Strategies and Policy Representation in U.S. Presidential Elections; Candidate Strategies with Voter Abstention in U.S. Presidential Elections: 1980, 1984, 1988, 1996, and 2000; Policy Competition in Britain: The 1997 General Election; The Consequences of Voter Projection: Assimilation and Contrast Effects; Policy-Seeking Motivations of Parties in Two-Party Elections: Theory; Policy-Seeking Motivations of Parties in Two-Party Elections: Empirical Analysis; Concluding Remarks; Appendixes;

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