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Issue Voting and Party Competition

Issue Voting and Party Competition

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This book examines how social cleavage lines shape issue voting and party competition. Based on a study of German elections between and Read Issue Voting and Party Competition The Impact of Cleavage Lines on German Elections between by Anna-Sophie Kurella with Rakuten Kobo. Download PDF PDF download for When Voters and Parties Agree: Valence Issues and Party Competition, Article information.

17 Jul The greater the importance of valence issues, the less spatial models help us understand vote choices and parties' competitive strategies. 9 Nov Keywords: issue attention; political parties press; releases; quantitative text analysis; representation. The idea of party competition through. On Mar 16, , Anna-Sophie Kurella published the chapter: A Model of Voting Behavior and Party Competition in the book: Issue Voting and Party.

Editorial Reviews. From the Back Cover. This book examines how social cleavage lines shape issue voting and party competition. Based on a study of German. No party family seems to own an issue the reinforcement of citizenship and voting. The latter consists of numerous groups of dominant-issue-voters who base the First, the paper draws on the literature on party competition (especially, Den-. Volume 2, Issue 1, April , Pages Electoral Studies. What is a 'rational' choice? Shifts of meaning within explanations of voting and party competition. 15 Mar This book examines how social cleavage lines shape issue voting and party competition. Based on a study of German elections between

This demonstrates that any theory about party competition on policies needs to Issue public theory thus offers interesting insights for studying different voter. 27 Jan Construction of policy spaces; issue voting; local Nash equilibrium; party competition; spatial model. 1. Introduction. Spatial models of party. Party competition on key issues, Parties will each other, to adopt the position of the median voter. Key Words: Elections, Issue Voting, Party Choice, Political Parties, Voting Behavior competition, while others remain on the political periphery? In other words.

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