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Contemporary Party Politics

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11 July 2014

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11 July 2014

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08 July 2014

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24 June 2014

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A systematic and comprehensive introduction to contemporary party politics in democratic states and evaluation of whether, and to what extent, parties are - as is often claimed - in crisis or decline.

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A systematic and comprehensive introduction to contemporary party politics in democratic states and evaluation of whether, and to what extent, parties are - as is often claimed - in crisis or decline.

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  • An up-to-date and systematic analysis of contemporary party politics in democratic societies?
  • The book covers a broadrange of case studies from established Western democracies to recent democracies that have emerged in Eastern Europe and Africa?
  • It examines the entire activity of political parties from grassroots activism to government participation

1. Introduction
2. Party Systems
3. Theories of Party Development
4. Ideology
5. Party Members, Activists and Supporters
6. Candidate Selection
7. Policy Making
8. Campaigning
9. Government
10. The Internationalisation of Party Politics
11. The Future of Party Politics.

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Robin T. Pettitt is Senior Lecturer in Comparative Politics at Kingston University London, UK.

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Robin T. Pettitt is Senior Lecturer in Comparative Politics at Kingston University London, UK.

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