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Elections In The Americas A Data Handbook

Author : Dieter Nohlen
ISBN : 9780199283583
Genre : History
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First-ever compendium of electoral data for all 35 countries in the Americas since the introduction of universal male suffrage. An initial comparative introduction on elections and electoral systems is followed by chapters on each country, examining the evolution of constitutional and electoral arrangements and providing systematic surveys of the up-to-date electoral provisions and electoral rules. Statistics on all national elections and referendums are given in each chapter.

Elections In The Americas A Data Handbook Volume 1

Author : Dieter Nohlen
ISBN : 0199283575
Genre : Political Science
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This volume continues the series of election data handbooks published by OUP. It presents the first ever compendium of electoral data for all 35 states in the Americas from their independence, or the introduction of universal male suffrage, to the present. Containing contributions from renowned scholars, Elections in the Americas is a highly authoritative resource for historical and cross-national comparisons of elections and electoral systems.

Full Participation

Author : Sarah Birch
ISBN : 9781847792709
Genre : Political Science
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About a quarter of all democracies today legally oblige their citizens to vote, making this an important aspect of electoral systems in many settings. Moreover, numerous commentators and policy-makers in voluntary voting states are coming to view mandatory attendance at the polls as an attractive option in the context of declining turnout. Yet there has been a dearth of analysis of the way in which compulsory voting shapes attitudes, behaviour and outcomes of the political process. This volume fills that gap by providing a comprehensive description, analysis and evaluation of compulsory voting as it is practiced throughout the world. Specifically, the study systematically examines the history of the institution, the normative arguments for and against it, and the influence it has on a range of political phenomena. These include electoral campaigns, political attitudes, electoral integrity and legitimacy, policy outcomes and turnout. The book also considers the feasibility of introducing compulsory voting in a contemporary democracy, as well as variations on the institution designed to broaden its appeal.

South America

Author : Dieter Nohlen
ISBN : OCLC:646752665
Genre : Elections
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Venezuelan Democracy Under Stress

Author : Jennifer McCoy
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Genre : History
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Reinventing Legitimacy

Author : Damarys Canache
ISBN : 0313306680
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An up-to-date assessment of the state of democracy in Venezuela.

Din Mica Pol Tico Econ Mica De Los Pa Ses Andinos

Author : Yusuke Murakami
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America S Top Rated Cities Volume 2 Western

Author : Grey House Publishing
ISBN : 1592373518
Genre : Social Science
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America's Top-Rated Cities is a four-volume set, each book covering a specific region of the United States - Southern, Wstern, Central, and Eastern. Each volume includes narrative city backgrounds, statistical information, rankings, and comparative data in one easy-to-use source, on cities that have scored high marks on economy, education, health care, crime, transportation, leisure activities, and arts & culture. the final list of top-rated cities is derived from our unique rating system, which is based on a number of well-known "best of" lists and firth-hand experience.

Wahlsysteme Der Welt

Author : Dieter Nohlen
ISBN : UCAL:B3639699
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