2 edition of Mobilizing demobilized voters in post communist societies found in the catalog.
Mobilizing demobilized voters in post communist societies
by Centre for the Study of Public Policy, University of Strathclyde in Glasgow
Written in English
Includes bibliographical references.
|Series||Studies in public policy -- no.246|
|Contributions||University of Strathclyde. Centre for the Study of Public Policy.|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||36 p. ;|
|Number of Pages||36|
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Get this from a library. Mobilizing demobilized voters in post communist societies. [Richard Rose; University of Strathclyde. Centre for the Study of Public Policy.]. Marina Popescu, ‘Turnout in Post-Communist Europe: the Salience of Elections and Information Flows’, Paper presented to the ECPR Joint Workshop Sessions, Turin, 22–28 March Google Scholar Author: Frances Millard.
Using data from a survey of almost voters in five post-communist countries (Russia, Ukraine, Slovakia, Hungary and the Czech Mobilizing demobilized voters in post communist societies book designed by the authors and carried out in November and Decemberthe authors review evidence about citizens' formal commitment to parties compared with other forms of civic activity; about depth of trust in Cited by: Trust in managed care settings.
January ; Mobilizing Demobilized Voters in Post-Communist Societies but in post-Communist countries people. Kitschelt, ; Evans and Whitefield, ; Richard Rose, ‘Mobilizing Demobilized Voters in Post-Communist Societies’, paper presented at workshop on Public Opinion and Party Formation in Post-Communist Democracies, Duke University, Google ScholarAuthor: Jack Bielasiak.
'Hale’s book is an important contribution to the field. It is ambitious, intelligent, well-researched and rigorous. It contains significant primary research and is the fullest attempt to theorise party-system development in Russia and to locate it in the comparative literature thus far.'Cited by: Comparative,survey,data,from,10 post- Communist countries show that the majority of electors are demobilized, that is, they distrust parties, do not identify with a party, the modal group is a.
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Comparative,survey,data,from,10 post- Communist countries show that the majority of electors are demobilized, that is, they distrust parties, do. See, for example, M. Steven Fish, Democracy from Scratch (Princeton: Princeton University Press, ); and Richard Rose, “Mobilizing Demobilized Voters in Post-Communist Societies,” Party Politics 1 (October ): – Post-Communist Europe: The Need to Tame the State --Ch.
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Post-communist party systems: competition, representation, and inter-party cooperation. Cambridge; New York: Cambridge University Press. Kopecký, P. Political parties and the state in post-communist Europe: The nature of symbiosis, Journal of Communist Studies and Transition Politics 22(3): A) the new head of the German High Command sent demobilized military units to retake Berlin B) President Friedrich Ebertcalled a general strike, which brought Berlin to a standstill and revealed the coup to have no popular support C) the communist Spartacists ambushed coup leaders, killing the conspirators at their headquarters in Berlin.
Acknowledgments. As the mutual hostilities of the Cold War era were finally effaced, first with the advent of "the new political thinking" fostered by Eduard Shevardnadze and Mikhail Gorbachev in what was then the Soviet Union, and then with the end of Communism as a force in world politics, I became increasingly interested in the prospects for thinking of Soviet foreign relations as a.
The PCF’s campaigns helped to associate the PCF with the mutiny in the public memory. 51 This was part of a concerted effort by the communists to undermine the refounded SFIO by winning over the party’s voters and activists.
52 Identifying Marty as a communist and the leader of the mutiny allowed the PCF to claim credit for the mutiny as Author: Andrew Orr.1.
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