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Political Parties and Political Systems

The Concept of Linkage Revisited
  • 192 Pages
  • 3.80 MB
  • English

Praeger Publishers
Political science & theory, Political Science, Politics / Current Events, Politics/International Relations, Government - Comparative, Political Process - Political Parties, Political Science / General, Reference, Comparative government, Political pa
ContributionsAndrea Rommele (Editor), David M. Farrell (Editor), Piero Ignazi (Editor)
The Physical Object
ID Numbers
Open LibraryOL9506716M
ISBN 100275981053
ISBN 139780275981051

This work is an introduction to the study of political parties and party systems.

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It focuses primarily, but not exclusively, on liberal democracies through a comparative approach. The aim of Political Parties and Party Systems is to explain to students of politics how and why parties and party systems differ from one country to another.

However, it also seeks to provide a more Cited by:   Editorial Reviews "This book provides important introspection about a longstanding concept in political party research.

Although unlikely to provide new nuggets of discovery unbeknown to the scholarly community, the work should be read by those with interests in the continuing evolution of state-society : Andrea Rommele. In particular, we would like to invite book proposals that aim to improve our present understanding of political parties and party system through the examination of the following issues: the crisis of political parties and the challenges party organizations face in the contemporary world.

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It focuses primarily on liberal deocracies and the approach is a comparative one. The book's aim is to explain to students of politics how and why parties and party systems differ from one country to another/5(5). in order to construct theories of particular systems. The goal of this chapter is to construct a theory of political systems for two main reasons: first, in order to define a Great Power in a theoretically consistent way; and second, to be able to construct a theory of a higher level of system, specifically, a system of political economy.

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