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The book opens with an overview of key theories and methods for studying comparative politics and moves on to a study of major institutions . Martin Harrop was formerly Senior Lecturer in Politics, University of Newcastle, UK.
The book opens with an overview of key theories and methods for studying comparative politics and moves on to a study of major institutions and themes, such as the state, constitutions and courts, elections, voters, interest groups and political economy.
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A comparative introduction. Author(s): Martin Harrop, William L. Miller. Introduction PART 1 ELECTIONS: CONTROL VERSUS CHOICE Political Control: Non-Competitive Elections Political Choice: Competitive Electoral Systems The Electoral Message: Interpreting Election Results PART 2 VOTERS: LOYALTY VERSUS CHOICE Ideologies, Issues and Images: How Voters Think Psychological, Economic and Sociological Models of Voting The Social Bases of Voting Behaviour The Responsive Voter: Short-term Influences on Voting Behaviour Conclusion What Do Elections Do?
Elections and Voters. A comparative introduction.
Elections and Voters. Martin Harrop and. William L. No reproduction, copy or transmission of this publication may be made without written permission. There clearly was a need for such a book and we felt familiar enough with the literature. We thought it would not take very long to write. Several years and as many drafts later the manuscript is now complete, but it is no longer restricted to electoral behaviour.
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Comparative politics is a field in political science characterized either by the use of the comparative method or other empirical methods to explore politics within (as opposed to between) countries. Substantively, this can include questions relating to political institutions, political behavior, conflict, and the causes and consequences of economic development
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Comparative government and politics: an. introduction. By Rod Hague & Martin Harrop. 2) Comparison permits us to classify political structures and processes 3) Comparison enables us to test hypotheses about politics 4) Comparison gives us some potential for prediction and control. Part 1: Studying Politics.
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Comparative Government and Politics: An Introduction - Comparative Government and Politics (Paperback). Rod Hague (author), Martin Harrop (author), John McCormick (author). Taking a thematic approach to Comparative Politics, it introduces students to the key concepts, structures and arguments that will enable them to successfully compare political systems across the globe.