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Why dominant parties lose : Mexico's democratization in comparative perspective

Why dominant parties lose : Mexico's democratization in comparative perspective (7회 대출)

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Greene, Kenneth F., 1969-.
서명 / 저자사항
Why dominant parties lose : Mexico's democratization in comparative perspective / Kenneth F. Greene.
발행사항
Cambridge   New York :   Cambridge University Press,   2007.  
형태사항
xvi, 350 p. : ill. ; 24 cm.
ISBN
9780521877190 (hardback) 0521877199 (hardback)
내용주기
Introduction: The puzzle of single-party dominance -- A theory of single-party dominance and opposition party development -- Dominant party advantages and opposition party failure, 1930s-1990s -- Why participate? : a theory of elite activism in dominant party systems -- The empirical dynamics of elite activism -- Constrained to the core : opposition party organizations, 1980s-1990s -- Dominance defeated : voting behavior in the 2000 elections -- Extending the argument : Italy, Japan, Malaysia, and Taiwan -- Conclusions and implications.
서지주기
Includes bibliographical references (p. 311-331) and index.
일반주제명
One-party systems. Opposition (Political science) Democratization -- Mexico. Presidents -- Mexico -- Election -- 2000. Comparative government.
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목차

Part I. The Macro Perspective: 1. A theory of single-party dominance and opposition party development; 2. Dominant party advantages and opposition party failure, 1930s?90s; Part II. The Micro Perspective: 3. Why participate? A theory of elite activism in dominant party systems; 4. The empirical dynamics of elite activism; Part III. Implications: 5. Constrained to the core: opposition party organizations, 1980s?90s; 6. Dominance defeated: voting behavior in the 2000 elections; 7. Extending the argument: Italy, Japan, Malaysia, and Taiwan.


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