5 edition of How Ireland voted 1997 found in the catalog.
Includes bibliographical references and index.
|Statement||edited by Michael Marsh and Paul Mitchell.|
|Series||Studies in Irish politics|
|Contributions||Marsh, Michael, Ph. D., Mitchell, Paul, 1964-|
|LC Classifications||JN1541 .H725 1999|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||xvi, 335 p. :|
|Number of Pages||335|
|ISBN 10||0813332176, 0813332184|
|LC Control Number||00687238|
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The book follows the tradition set in previous volumes in two respects: many of the contributors have written on the same topics in earlier volumes and, where appropriate, this book continues similar themes.
However, How Ireland Voted places greater attention on the election campaign itself and the characteristics of the new by: Get this from a library. How Ireland voted [Michael Marsh, Ph. D.; Paul Mitchell;] -- "Since the elections ofthe Political Studies Association of Ireland has published books on each Irish general election.
This latest volume covers the elections and is the first study to. This book covers the elections in Ireland, providing an in-depth analysis of both the campaign and the election results.
It focuses on the campaign preparations How Ireland voted 1997 book the characteristics of the new Dail. "Since the elections ofthe Political Studies Association of Ireland has published books on each Irish general election.
This latest volume covers the elections and is the first study to Read more. How Ireland voted / edited by Michael Marsh and Paul Mitchell Westview, published in association with the Political Studies Association of Ireland Boulder, Colo Wikipedia Citation Please see Wikipedia's template documentation for further citation fields that may be required.
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The author of a wide range of articles and chapters in the fields of political competition in parliamentary democracies and competition and conflict regulation in ethnically divided societies, he is currently coediting the forthcoming How Ireland Voted Rick Wilford is Cited by: The Welsh devolution referendum of was a pre-legislative referendum held in Wales on 18 September over whether there was support for the creation of a National Assembly for Wales, and therefore a degree of referendum was a Labour manifesto commitment and was held in their first term after the election under the provisions of the Referendums (Scotland & Location: Wales.
This book is the definitive analysis of the Irish general election and is the eighth book in the well-established How Ireland Voted series. The election in Ireland was characterised as an earthquake, but the aftershocks visible in the election were equally dramatic. See discussion in Mary-Clare O’Sullivan, ‘The social and political characteristics of the twenty-eighth Dáil’, pp.
–94 in Michael Marsh and Paul Mitchell (eds), How Ireland Voted (Boulder, CO: Westview Press and PSAI Press, ), p. Cited by: The collapse of the Irish 'Celtic Tiger' economy, in the wake of a banking disaster, provoked a joint EU/IMF rescue plan in late The election that followed saw Europe's most successful ever party lose more than half of its vote and almost three quarters of its seats.
This book provides the definitive analysis of an electoral earthquake. In Ireland, direct elections by universal suffrage are used for the President, the ceremonial head of state; for Dáil Éireann, the house of representatives of the Oireachtas or parliament; for the European Parliament; and for local elections use the proportional representation by means of the single transferable vote (PR-STV) in constituencies returning three or more members.
This book is the definitive analysis of the Irish general election and is the eighth book in the well-established How Ireland Voted series. The election in Ireland was characterised as.
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