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Cleavages, ideologies and party systems
|Statement||edited by Erik Allardt and Yrjö Littunen|
|Series||Transactions of the Westermarck Society -- v. 10|
|Contributions||Allardt, Erik., Littunen, Yrjö.|
|The Physical Object|
|Number of Pages||463|
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The nationalization of politics is a major long-term political phenomenon over almost two centuries. Nationalization processes represent a broad historical evolution toward the formation of national electorates and party systems, party organizations and campaigns, as well as issues and party programs. Europeanization of Politics: The Formation of a European Electorate and Party System in Historical Perspective, Paperback by Caramani, Daniele, ISBN , ISBN , Brand New, Free shipping in the US This book offers a broadly comparative, historical, and quantitative analysis of electorates and party systems in Western and.
The Fragmented State of Scholarship on Ideology . Ideology was once a conceptual workhorse of political analysis. While early scholars, from Marx to Mannheim, disagreed on critical issues ranging from the sources of ideology to the nature of its content, their work collectively emphasized processes through which shared mental representations of the political world emerged and shaped Cited by: • Catch-all party: broadened social appeal, de-emphasized social basis, increasing issues basis, leader salience etc • Cartel party: party organizations are primarily included within, and funded/regulated by, the state, and serve as modern outreach and values-assessing linkage systems. Only aspirants for political careers or office join parties.
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Cleavages, Ideologies and Ideologies and party systems book Systems: Contributions to Comparative Political Sociology. [Allardt, Erik and Yrjo Littunen (eds)] on *FREE* shipping on qualifying offers. Cleavages, Ideologies and Party Systems: Contributions to Comparative Political : Erik and Yrjo Littunen (eds) Allardt.
Cleavages, Ideologies, and Party Systems: Contributions to Comparative Political Sociology Erik Allardt, Yrjö Littunen Distributor: Academic Bookstore, - Political parties - pages. OCLC Number: Description: pages illustrations 25 cm. Contents: International co-operation in political sociology: current efforts and future possibilities / Stein Rokkan --Political cleavages in developed and emerging polities / Seymour Martin Lipset --Party politics after the end of ideology / Mark Abrams --Political ideology and social development / Radomir D.
Lukic --Social. POLITICAL CLEAVAGES AND PARTY SYSTEMS By PETER H. MERKL Seymour M. Lipset and Stein Rokkan, editors, Party Systems and Voter Alignments: Cross-National Perspectives, New York, Free Press, i, 5 I 8 pp.
$ Erik Allardt and Yrj6 Littunen, editors, Cleavages, Ideologies and Party Systems, Contributions to Comparative Political Sociology. An Authoritarian Regime: Spain. in Allardt E & Littunen Y eds. Cleavages, ideologies and Party Systems. Add to My Bookmarks Export citation. Type Chapter Author(s) J.
Linz Page start Page end Is part of Book Title Cleavages, ideologies and Party Systems Author(s) E. Allardt, Y. Littunen Date Publisher The Academic Bookstore. A political party is an organized group of people who have the same ideology, or who otherwise have the same political Cleavages, and who field candidates for elections, in an attempt to get them elected and thereby implement the party's agenda.
While there is some international commonality in the way political parties are recognized and in how they operate, there are often many differences.
2 - Issues, Ideologies, and Partisan Divides: Imprints of Programmatic Structure on Latin American Legislatures Herbert Kitschelt, Kirk A. Hawkins, Juan Pablo Luna, Pontificia Universidad Catolica de Chile, Guillermo Rosas, Washington University in St.
Louis, Elizabeth J. Zechmeister, Vanderbilt University, TennesseeCited by: 7. The Nationalization of Politics Book Review: The Formation of National Party Systems: Federalism and Party Competition in Canada, Cleavages, Ideologies, and Party Systems: Contributions to Comparative Political Sociology (Transactions of the Westermarck Society: Volume 10).
Helsinki: Academic BookstoreCited by: Cleavages, Institutions and Competition addresses this topic and raises the following questions: How has vote nationalisation evolved in Western Europe during the past fifty years, and which factors account for its variation across Western European party systems.
This book answers these questions through a macro-comparative perspective and an Author: Vincenzo Emanuele. This is the common pattern in presidential systems, as opposed to the parliamentary systems, in which there is a fusion of powers.
Single Member District Plurality (SMDP) "first-past-the-post" rule states that in each district, the candidate with the most votes, but not necessarily the majority, wins the election.
In Political Cleavages in the s: Issues, Parties, and the Consolidation of Democracy, Alejandro Moreno argues that the political split between authoritarian and democratic ideologies is the main determinant of party competition in less-developed, relatively new is, political competition is drawn between those parties that propose to further democratic consolidation and Cited by: Elite Strategy, Social Cleavages, and Party Systems in a New Democracy Spain Article (PDF Available) in Comparative Political Studies 30(1) February with Reads How we measure 'reads'.
Types of party systems. One-party system: a system in which a single political party has the right to form the government, usually based on the existing constitution, or where only one party has the exclusive control over political power.; Dominant-party system: a system where there is "a category of parties/political organizations that have successively won election victories and whose future.
In Allardt, E. and Littunen, Y. eds., Cleavages, Ideologies and P a w Systems. Helsinki: Westermarch Society. The End ofldeology Debate Revisited: A Preliminary Look at Definitional and Author: Oddbjørn Knutsen.
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While it may be difficult to achieve and maintain stable democratic governments in countries with deep religious, ideological, linguistic, cultural, or ethnic cleavages, Lijphart argues that it is not at all impossible.
Through the analysis of political systems in six continents, he demonstrates that what he calls consociational democracy can be successful in severely divided or plural societies.
Contrary to the three Scandinavian countries, Finland is not a constitutional monarchy but essentially a parliamentary system with a president who was, at first, chosen by an electoral college and since the s by direct elections. Furthermore, it has a party system that is also different from that of the three Scandinavian countries.
J.T.S. Madeley, in International Encyclopedia of the Social & Behavioral Sciences, 3 Religious Cleavages and the Development of Party Systems. With the development of mass electoral politics in the nineteenth century the emergent party systems tended to reflect divergent systems of religious—in addition to social, economic, and other—cleavages; indeed, the relative prominence of.
Authoritarianism is a form of government characterized by strong central power and limited political freedoms. Political scientists have created many typologies describing variations of authoritarian forms of government. Authoritarian regimes may be either autocratic or oligarchic in nature, and may be based upon the rule of a party or the military.
In an influential work, the political. Erik ALLARDT, Finnish professor of sociology. European Science Foundation; Academia Europaea since. Herzog D. () Karrieren und politische Professionalisierung bei CDU/CSU, SPD und FDP. In: Dittberner J., Ebbighausen R. (eds) Parteiensystem in der Legitimationskrise.
Schriften des Zentralinstituts für sozialwissenschaftliche Forschung der Freien Universität Berlin (ehemals Schriften des Instituts für politische Wissenschaft), vol Cited by: 4. Cross-cutting cleavage Last updated Ap In social sciences, a cross-cutting cleavage exists when groups on one cleavage overlap among groups on another cleavage.
"Cleavages" may include racial, political, religious divisions in society. Formally, members of a group j on a given cleavage x belong to groups on a second cleavage y with members of other groups k, l, m, etc.
from .Comparative Party System Analysis in Central and Eastern Europe: the Case of the Baltic States 97Table 8: Cleavages in the Baltic States Cleavages with secondary Cleavages playing a Major cleavages importance marginal role Socio-economic cleavage, Clerical/anti-clerical,Estonia Ethnic cleavages linked Urban-rural cleavage centre-peripheryLatvia.