Electoral Behaviour (Sage Library of Political Science)

Electoral Behaviour (Sage Library of Political Science)

By: Kai Arzheimer (editor), Jocelyn Evans (editor)Hardback

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This four-volume collection provides a rich overview of one of the core areas of political science research: voting. The quantitative study of voting behaviour (psepholgy) in particular has developed as a highly specialised field since the 1980s and has spawned a vast literature from a wide array of theoretical perspectives and methodological approaches. This set maps out the development of psephology in the post-war period to its current state, and covers the following broad themes: " Historical evolution of voting studies " Sociological models " Cognition and the voter calculus " Electoral systems " The electoral context " Debates and methodology Series description: The SAGE Library of Political Science collects together the articles that have been most influential in shaping the discipline. Each multi-volume set presents a collection of field-defining published works, both classical and contemporary, sourced from the foremost publications in the discipline by an internationally renowned editor or editorial team. They also include a full introduction, presenting a rationale for the selection and mapping out the past, present and likely future of each area. The series covers both the key approaches to studying the discipline and the primary sub-fields that form the focus of political scientists' work. The SAGE Library of Political Science will be an essential addition for university libraries throughout the world with an interest in Political Science.

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Contents

VOLUME 1: SOCIAL-POLITICAL MODELS Introduction - Kai Arzheimer and Jocelyn Evans Party Systems and Voter Alignments: Cross-national perspectives - Seymour Lipset and Stein Rokkan A Suggested Index of the Association of Social Class and Voting - Robert Alford Religious vs. Linguistic vs. Class Voting: The "crucial experiment" of comparing Belgium, Canada, South Africa, and Switzerland - Arend Lijphart Intergenerational Class Mobility in Three Western European Societies. England, France and Sweden - Robert Erikson, John Goldthorpe and Lucienne Portocarero Class Mobility and Political Preferences: Individual and contextual effects - Dirk N. De Graaf, Paul Nieuwbeerta and Anthony Heath The Developmental Theory of the Gender Gap: Women's and men's voting behavior in global perspective - Ronald Inglehart and Pippa Norris Political Cleavage: A conceptual and theoretical analysis - Alan Zuckerman A Theory of Critical Elections - V O. Key Political Party Identification and Attitudes Toward Foreign Policy - George Belknap and Angus Campbell The Concept of a Normal Vote - Philip Converse The Transmission of Political Values from Parent to Child - Kent M. Jennings and Richard Niemi The Nature of Belief Systems in Mass Publics - Philip Converse The Systematic Beliefs of the Mass Public: Estimating policy preferences with survey data - John Jackson Stability and Change in 1960. A reinstating election - Philip Converse, Angus Campbell, Warren Miller, and Donald Stokes A Dynamic Simultaneous Equation Model of Electoral Choice - Gregory Markus and Philip Converse An Outline for a Model of Party Choice - Morris Fiorina Partisanship and Voting Behavior, 1952-1996 - Larry Bartels VOLUME 2: COGNITION AND THE VOTER CALCULUS Stability in Competition - Harold Hotelling A Theory of the Calculus of Voting - Williams Riker and Peter Ordeshook The Paradox of not Voting - John Ferejohn and Morris Fiorina Costs of Voting and Nonvoting - Richard Niemi Is Turnout the Paradox that Ate Rational Choice Theory? - Bernard Grofman Spatial Models of Party Competition - Donald Stokes The Neglected Role of the Status Quo in Models of Issue Voting - Bernard Grofman The Measurement of Core Beliefs and Values: The development of balanced socialist / laissez faire and libertarian / authoritarian scales - Anthony Heath, Geoffrey Evans and Jean Martin A Directional Theory of Issue Voting - George Rabinowitz and Stuart Elaine MacDonald Political Leadership and Representation in Western Democracies: A test of three models of voting - Torben Iversen The Impact of a Presidential Debate on Voter Rationality - Alan Abramowitz Issue Ownership in Presidential Elections, with a 1980 Case Study - John Petrocik A New Spatial Theory of Party Competition: Uncertainty, Ideology and policy equilibria viewed comparatively and temporally - Ian Budge Interest vs. Symbolic Politics in Policy Attitudes and Presidential Voting - David Sears, Richard Lau, Tom Tyler and Harris Allen Contrasting Rational and Psychological Analyses of Political Choice - George Quattrone and Amos Tversky Foreign Affairs and Issue Voting: Do presidential candidates "waltz before a blind audience?" - John Aldrich, John Sullivan and Eugene Borgida Anxiety, Enthusiasm, and the Vote: The motivational underpinnings of learning and involvement during presidential campaigns - George Marcus and Michael MacKuen VOLUME 3: FORECASTING AND ELECTORIAL CONTEXT Nine National Second-order Elections: A systematic framework for the analysis of European election results - Karlheinz Reif and Hermann Schmitt Voter Turnout in the Industrial Democracies During the 1980s - Robert Jackman and Ross Miller Individual and Systemic Influences on Turnout: Who votes? - Jan Leighley and Jonathan Nagler What Voters Teach us about Europe-wide Elections: what Europe-wide elections teach us about voters - Cees van der Eijk, Mark Franklin and Michael Marsh Presidential Popularity from Truman to Johnson - John Muelle Short-term Fluctuations in US voting Behaviour, 1896-1964 - Gerald Kramer The Vp-function - A Survey of the Literature on Vote and Popularity Functions after 25 Years - Peter Nannestad and Martin Paldam Who's the Chef? Economic voting under a dual executive - Michael Lewis-Beck Emotional Reactions to the Economy: I'm mad as hell and I'm not going to take it anymore - Pamela Conover and Stanley Feldman A Cross-national Analysis of Economic Voting: Taking account of the political context - Bingham G. Powell and Guy Whitten The Real Economy and the Perceived Economy in Popularity Functions: How much do voters need to know? A study of British data, 1974-97 - David Sanders The Political Conditioning of Economic Perceptions - Geoffrey Evans and Robert Andersen Why are American Presidential Election Campaigns Polls so Variable when Votes are so Predictable - Andrew Gelman and Gary King Altering the Foundations of Support for the President through Priming - Jon Krosnick and Donald Kinder Does Attack Advertising Demobilize the Electorate - Stephen Ansolabehere, Shanto Iyengar, Adam Simon and Nicholas Valentino Messages Received: The political impact of media exposure - Larry Bartels Political Context and Attitude Change - Michael MacKuen and Courtney Brown VOLUME 4: DEBATES AND METHODOLOGY The Veil of Insignificance - Harmut Kliemt Attitudes and Voting Behaviour: An application of the theory of reasoned action - Martin Fishbein and Icek Ajzen Secular Realignment and the Party System - O. V. Key The Silent Revolution in Europe: Intergenerational change in post-industrial societies - Ronald Inglehart Cognitive Mobilization and Partisan Dealignment in Advanced Industrial Democracies - Russell Dalton Plus ca Change... The new Cps Election Study Panel - Philip Converse and Gregory Markus Issue Evolution, Population Replacement and Normal Partisan Change - Edward Carmines and James Stimson The Dynamics of Aggregate Partisanship - Janet Box-Steffensmeier and Renee Smith Ideological Realignment in the US Electorate - Alan Abramowitz and Kyle Saunders Recall Accuracy and its Determinants - Cees van der Eijk and Broer Niemoller Design Issue in Electoral Research: Taking care of (core) business - Cees van der Eijk "It's not Like that Round here": Region, economic evaluations and voting at the 1992 British general election - Charles Pattie and Ron Johnston The Effects of Canvassing, Telephone Calls, and Direct Mail on Voter Turnout: a field experiment - Alan Gerber and Donald Green Ecological Correlations and the Behavior of Individuals - William Robinson The Economic Crisis of the 1930s and the Nazi Vote - Jurgen Falter and Reinhard Zintl Response Latency Versus Certainty as Indexes of the Strength of Voting Intentions in a Cati Survey - John Bassili A New approach for Modelling Strategic Voting in Multiparty Elections - Michael Alvarez and Jonathan Nagler

Product Details

  • publication date: 26/06/2008
  • ISBN13: 9781412947527
  • Format: Hardback
  • Number Of Pages: 1648
  • ID: 9781412947527
  • ISBN10: 1412947529

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