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Electoral systems : a comparative introduction

Electoral systems : a comparative introduction (13회 대출)

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Farrell, David M. , 1960-.
서명 / 저자사항
Electoral systems : a comparative introduction / David M. Farrell.
발행사항
New York :   St. Martin's Press ,   2001.  
형태사항
xiii, 241 p. : ill. ; 22 cm.
ISBN
0333801628 (pbk.) 033380161X (hbk.) 9780333801628 (pbk.) 9780333801611 (hbk.)
서지주기
Includes bibliographical references (p. 217-233) and index.
일반주제명
Elections. Representative government and representation.
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현재 아일랜드 더블린 대학교(University College Dublin)의 정치학과 교수이며, 같은 대학 정치·국제관계대학 학장으로 재직 중이다. 저서와 편저서로는 Political Parties and Democratic Linkage: How Parties Organize Democracy(2011), Representing Europe’s Citizens? Electoral Institutions and the Failure of Parliamentary Representation(2007), Non-Party Actors in Electoral Politics: The Role of Interest Groups and Independent Citizens in Contemporary Election Campaigns(2008), The Australian Electoral System: Origins, Variation and Consequences(2006), Political Parties and Political Systems: The Concept of Linkage Revisited(2005) 등이 있다.

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CONTENTS

List of Tables and Figures = ⅷ

Preface and Acknowledgements = xi

1 The Study of Electoral Systems = 1

 1.1 Why study electoral systems? = 1

 1.2 Classifying electoral systems = 4

 1.3 Conflicting views on the meaning of 'representation' = 11

 1.4 Built-in distortions to electoral systems = 12

 1.5 Conclusion = 18

2 The Single Member Plurality System and its Cousins = 19

 2.1 The single member plurality system in practice = 21

 2.2 Britain's long road to electoral reform = 31

 2.3 The electoral reform debate in other SMP countries = 37

 2.4 Other plurality systems = 44

 2.5 Conclusion = 47

3 Majoritarian Electoral Systems : Two-Round Systems and the Alternative Vote = 49

 3.1 The two-round system = 50

 3.2 The alternative vote system = 55

 3.3 Assessing majoritarian electoral systems = 60

 3.4 Conclusion = 67

4 The List Systems of Proportional Representation = 68

 4.1 The origins of PR list systems = 70

 4.2 Electoral formulas : largest remainders and highest averages = 71

 4.3 District magnitude : constituency size and two-tier districting = 79

 4.4 Ballot structure : closed and open lists = 82

 4.5 The operation of two list systems = 89

 4.6 Conclusion = 95

5 Mixed Electoral Systems = 97

 5.1 The operation of Germany's mixed electoral system = 98

 5.2 Proportionality, parties and politics in Germany = 106

 5.3 Other mixed electoral systems = 112

 5.4 Conclusion = 119

6 The Single Transferable Vote System of Proportional Representation = 121

 6.1 STV in Ireland = 123

 6.2 How STV works = 126

 6.3 The consequences of STV for the political system = 139

 6.4 Conclusion = 150

7 The Consequences of Electoral Systems = 153

 7.1 Proportionality profiles of different electoral systems = 153

 7.2 Electoral systems and party systems = 161

 7.3 Parliament as a 'microcosm'? = 165

 7.4 The strategic effects of electoral systems = 168

 7.5 Conclusion = 174

8 Electoral Reform and the Choice of an Electoral System = 175

 8.1 The politics of electoral system design = 176

 8.2 Conflicting academic advice to electoral engineers = 181

 8.3 Measuring voter attitudes towards electoral systems = 183

 8.4 Conclusion = 190

9 Electoral Systems and Stability = 192

 9.1 PR and government stability and accountability = 193

 9.2 PR and the rise of extremist parties = 198

 9.3 System complexity, voter confusion and electoral behaviour = 201

 9.4 Is there a trade-off between proportionality and stability? = 204

 9.5 Conclusion = 207

Glossary = 208

Notes and References = 213

Bibliography = 217

Index = 234



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