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"Elections A Global Perspective" ed. by Ryan Merlin Yonk
ITExLi | 2019 | ISBN: 1789850266 9781789850260 1789850258 9781789850253 | 138 pages | PDF | 5 MB
In this volume authors explore elections both from an understanding of the systems that govern elections across both the developed and developing world, and from the perspective of the individual voter who participates in that system. Taken together these analyses provide an intriguing look into this core aspect of democracy.
Among the most prized and revered democratic institutions are elections. Few other actions typify what it means to participate in the democratic process in the same way that turning up, casting a ballot, and then having that ballot be part of determining who will control power has. Indeed, elections are at the center of what we view as democracy and much ink has been spilled in attempting to explain just how essential the electoral action is to democracy.
1 Who Does Not Vote and Why? Implication for New Democracies
2 The Electoral Cycle and Grassroots Realities in Cameroon: The Omnipresent, Overbearing and Contested Political Elite
3 Electoral Behavior and Politics of Stomach Infrastructure in Ekiti State (Nigeria)
4 Electoral Legitimacy, Preventive Representation, and Regularization of Authoritarian Democracy in Bangladesh
5 Estimating the Effect of Voters' Media Awareness on the 2016 US Presidential Election
6 How Italian Female Local and National Politicians Perceive and Cope with Obstacles in a Gatekeeping Political Culture
7 Presidential Elections of 1934 in Colombia and Mexico
8 Judicialization and Citizens: Elites and Election Practices—Chile, 1860-1920
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