Encyclopaedia of European Elections

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Encyclopaedia of European Elections March 2007 156mm x 234mm £100 1?4039?9484?6 552 Pages Hardback The Encyclopaedia of European Elections provides readers with a full set of tools to understand one of the most fascinating acts of democratic participation in contemporary Western Europe. Leading scholars from a range of disciplines cover an extensive variety of topics, from the genesis of European elections to the behaviour of young voters via the role of the media, and from the various legal and electoral systems used to the impact of the elections on European identity via the evolution of turnout between 1979 and 2004. The volume also includes entries on each country, each political party group in the European Parliament, and over 140 political, historical, sociological, philosophical, and legal aspects of the elections. Introduction: Voting for a European Parliament: A European Civic Act?; M.Bruter & Y.Deloye ? Mapping European Politics: An Introduction to European Electoral Geography; M.Bruter ? Abstention; F.Greffet ? Act of 1976; M?T.Bitsch ? Advertising; J?O.Barthes ? Age; A.Muxel ? Austria; S.Puntscher?Riekmann ? Ballot Paper; Y.Déloye & O.Ihl ? Ballot Secrecy; N.Dompnier ? Belgium; P.Delwit ? Brussels; C.van Wynsberghe ? Campaign (Sociology of); J.Gerstlé ? Campaign Accounts; O.Ihl ? Citizen; S.

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Encyclopaedia of European Elections
March 2007 £100 552 Pages
156mm x 234mm 1−4039−9484−6 Hardback
TheEncyclopaedia of European Electionsprovides readers with a full set of tools to understand one of the most fascinating acts of democratic participation in contemporary Western Europe. Leading scholars from a range of disciplines cover an extensive variety of topics, from the genesis of European elections to the behaviour of young voters via the role of the media, and from the various legal and electoral systems used to the impact of the elections on European identity via the evolution of turnout between 1979 and 2004. The volume also includes entries on each country, each political party group in the European Parliament, and over 140 political, historical, sociological, philosophical, and legal aspects of the elections.
Introduction: Voting for a European Parliament: A European Civic Act?; M.Bruter & Y.Deloye− Mapping European Politics: An Introduction to European Electoral Geography;M.Bruter− Abstention;F.Greffet− Act of 1976;M−T.Bitsch− Advertising;J−O.Barthes− Age;A.Muxel− Austria; S.Puntscher−Riekmann− Ballot Paper;Y.Dloye & O.Ihl− Ballot Secrecy; N.Dompnier− Belgium;P.Delwit− Brussels;C.van Wynsberghe− Campaign (Sociology of);J.Gerstl− Campaign Accounts;O.Ihl− Citizen;S.StrudelCivil Society;H.Michel− Cleavages;S.Bartolini− Communication;P.JuhemComposition of the European Parliament;W.Beauvallet & S.MichonCompulsory Voting;Y.Dloye− Cyprus;G.Bertrand− Czech Republic; S.Devaux− Data Archives;B.Cautrs− Democratic Deficit;P.MagnetteDenmark;K.Pedersen− Deposit;N.Dompnier− Dual Mandates;G.MarrelElection Programmes;O.Ihl− Electoral Administration;O.Ihl− Electoral Cycles;H.Schmitt− Electoral Education;Y.Dloye− Electoral List;O.IhlElectoral Operations;O.Ihl− Electoral Strategy;P.Juhem− Electoral System; P.Stver & A.Wst− Electoral Technology;O.Ihl− Eligibility;S.StrudelEnlargement;J−M. de Waele− Estonia;E.Mikkel− Eurobarometer;B.Cautrs − European Commission;O.Costa− European Constitution;J.ZillerEuropean Convention;J.Ziller− European Democratic Union (EDU);S.Abrial − European Election (2004);M.Hastings− European Elections (1979−1999); P.Perrineau− European Election Study;M.Franklin− European Electoral Act; Y.Dloye &O.Ihl− European Electoral Sociology;M.Bruter− European Federation of Green Parties;C.van de Walle− European Free Alliance (EFA); L.de Winter− European Liberal Democrat and Reform Party (ELDR);L.de Winter− European Parliament;G.McElroy− European People's Party (EPP); A−T.Rautu− European Political Parties;D−L.Seiler− European Public Opinion;J−B.Legavre− European Public Sphere;C.Neveu− European Referenda;C.Belot− Europeanisation;R.Harmsen− Euroscepticism; R.Harmsen− Extreme Left;S.Harrison− Extreme Right;S.HarrisonFederations of Political Parties;P.Delwit− Financing;O.Ihl− Finland; N.Kauppi− Forecast;M.Bruter− France;A.Laurent− Fraud;N.DompnierGermany;V.Lozac'h− Greece;G.Bertrand− Green Politics;F.Faucher−King − Hungary;A.Bozoki &.Simon− Immigrants;C.Bertossi− Incompatibility; G.Marrel− Ineligibility;G.Marrel & R.Payre− Interest Groups;H.MichelInternal Elections in the European Parliament;O.Costa− Internet;V.Serfaty