The Modern British Party System

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SAGE, 2000年9月22日 - 312 頁
Providing a complete up-to-date overview of the changing nature of contemporary party politics in Britain, this book draws on models of comparative politics and the latest empirical analysis to explain the capacity of British parties to adapt to a changing political environment. A number of broad themes include: the nature and extent of party competition; the internal life and organizational development of parties; the variety of evolving party systems in the United Kingdom; and the links between parties and the wider political system.

The current weaknesses of party performance are addressed, and the scope of reform explained and examined. Contrary to claims of 'decline', however, the book demonstrates that party politic

 

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The Westminster party system
4
Regional party systems
15
Wales
26
Conclusion
35
an overview 1
37
ideological reputations
84
programmatic adaptation
110
imagery media and political marketing
140
Conflict and cohesion within parties
166
Members leaders and the distribution of power within parties
190
Party organizational resources
218
Parties and the political system
252
Appendix
285
Index
308
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Paul Webb is Senior Lecturer in the Department of Government at Brunel University and Associate Editor and Book Reviews Editor of Party Politics.

Paul Webb is Senior Lecturer in the Department of Government at Brunel University and Associate Editor and Book Reviews Editor of Party Politics.

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