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Mexicos Pivotal Democratic Election

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Informationen zum Autor Jorge I. Dominguez is the Director of the Weatherhead Center for International Affairs at Harvard University. Chappell H. Lawson is Associate Professor of Political Science at MIT. Klappentext "Dominguez and Lawson's book fills an important gap in the systematic, analytical, empirical, and theoretical study of Mexican electoral politics."--Latin American Politics and Society "A major effort at analyzing the pivotal Mexican presidential elections of July 2000, using best practices derived from American electoral studies. This book will serve as a benchmark for subsequent studies within Mexico, and for comparative international studies." --Laurence Whitehead, Director, Centre for Mexican Studies, Oxford University Zusammenfassung The 2000 Mexican presidential race culminated in the election of opposition candidate Vicente Fox and the end of seven decades of one-party rule. This book, which traces changes in public opinion and voter preferences over the course of the race, represents the most comprehensive treatment of campaigning and voting behavior in an emerging democracy. It challenges the âmodest effects❠paradigm of national election campaigns that has dominated scholarly research in the field.Chapters cover authoritarian mobilization of voters, turnout patterns, electoral cleavages, party strategies, television news coverage, candidate debates, negative campaigning, strategic voting, issue-based voting, and the role of the 2000 election in Mexico's political transition. Theoretically-oriented introductory and concluding chapters situate Mexico's 2000 election in the larger context of Mexican politics and of cross-national research on campaigns. Collectively, these contributions provide crucial insights into Mexico's new politics, with important implications for elections in other countries.

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Jorge I. Domínguez is the Director of the Weatherhead Center for International Affairs at Harvard University. Chappell H. Lawson is Associate Professor of Political Science at MIT.

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"Dominguez and Lawson's book fills an important gap in the systematic, analytical, empirical, and theoretical study of Mexican electoral politics."--Latin American Politics and Society
"A major effort at analyzing the pivotal Mexican presidential elections of July 2000, using best practices derived from American electoral studies. This book will serve as a benchmark for subsequent studies within Mexico, and for comparative international studies." --Laurence Whitehead, Director, Centre for Mexican Studies, Oxford University



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The 2000 Mexican presidential race culminated in the end of seven decades of one-party rule. This book, which traces public opinion and voter preferences over the course of the race, represents a comprehensive treatment of campaigning and voting behaviour in an emerging democracy.

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Titre: Mexicos Pivotal Democratic Election
Éditeur:
Code EAN: 9780804749749
ISBN: 978-0-8047-4974-9
Format: Couverture cartonnée
Editeur: Ingram Publishers Services
Genre: Sciences politiques
nombre de pages: 392
Poids: 544g
Taille: H239mm x B157mm x T25mm
Année: 2003
Auflage: Anniversary.

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