Party Primaries in Comparative Perspective

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Dr Giulia Sandri, Dr Antonella Seddone, Asst Prof Fulvio Venturino
Ashgate Publishing, Ltd., 28 sept. 2015 - 242 pages
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Primary elections for choosing party leaders and candidates are now becoming commonplace in Europe, Asia and America but questions as to how much they hinder a party’s organizational strength and cohesion or affect electoral performance have largely been ignored outside of the USA. Party Primaries in Comparative Perspective gives a much-needed conceptualization to this topic, describing the function and nature of primary elections and providing a comparative analytical framework to the impact of primaries on the internal and external functioning of political parties.
 

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the american experience of Primary elections
41
democratising Party leadership selection in spain and Portugal
59
democratising Party leadership selection in Belgium and israel
85
democratising Party leadership selection in Japan and taiwan
105
Japan and taiwan
116
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123
democratising Candidate selection in italy and France
129
Democratising Candidate Selection in Romania and Slovakia
145
democratising Candidate selection in iceland
161
Features of primary election processes in Iceland 20122013
166
Women on party lists by nomination method
174
Conclusion
181
dimensions of analysis of the effects of primary elections
194
Bibliography
199
Index
215
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Giulia Sandri is Assistant Professor at the European School of Political and Social Sciences of the Catholic University of Lille. Antonella Seddone is currently Research Fellow at the University of Cagliari and she is lecturer in Opinion polls and Public Opinion at the Department of Culture, Politics and Society of the University of Turin. Fulvio Venturino is currently Associate Professor at the University of Cagliari and was previously a Research Fellow at the University of Genoa.

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