The Dynamics of Referendum Campaigns: An International Perspective

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Claes H. de Vreese
Springer, 24.10.2007 - 272 Seiten
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This book focuses on the key actors in a referendum (the political elites/ parties, the media and citizens) and is centred around themes such as campaign style, campaign effects, electoral mobilization and turnout, as well as vote choice. The contributors consider the impact and importance of referendum campaigns.
 

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When Campaigns Really Matter
1
2 Opinion Formation and Change in Referendum Campaigns
21
The Importance of Context and Political Systems
45
Turnout and Political Participation
116
Understanding the Vote Choice and the Outcome
183
Index of Names
267
Index of Subjects
271
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HAJO G. BOOMGAARDEN Assistant Professor, Amsterdam School of Communication Research ASCoR, University of Amsterdam, The Netherlands NICHOLAS BORNSTEIN Research Assistant, Economics and Environmental Management Laboratory, Swiss Federal Institute, Lausanne, Switzerland WILLEM BOSVELD Social Psychologist and Senior Researcher, Research and Statistics (O+S), Amsterdam, The Netherlands SARA BINZER HOBOLT Lecturer in Comparative European Politics and Fellow, Lincoln College, University of Oxford, UK SIMON HUG Professor of Political Science, University of Zurich, UK HANSPETER KRIESI Professor of Comparative Politics, University of Zurich, Switzerland BRUNO LANZ Research Assistant, Economics and Environmental Management Laboratory, Swiss Federal Institute of Technology, Lausanne, Switzerland LAWRENCE LEDUC Professor of Political Science, University of Toronto, Canada MICHAEL MARSH Associate Professor, Department of Political Science and Head of the School of Social Sciences and Philosophy, Trinity College Dublin, Ireland PETER NEIJENS Professor and Chair of Communication Campaigns, Amsterdam School of Communications Research ASCoR, Communication Science Department, University of Amsterdam, The Netherlands HENRIK OSCARSSON Associate Professor, Department of Political Science, Göteborg University, Sweden PHILIP VAN PRAAG Associate Professor of Political Science, University of Amsterdam, The Netherlands PASCAL SCIARINI Professor of Swiss and Comparative Politics, Department of Political Science, University of Geneva, Switzerland JEROEN SLOT Head of the Research and Policy Information group, Research and Statistics (O+S), Amsterdam, The Netherlands ALEXANDER TRECHSEL Professor of Political Science, European University Institute, Florence, Italy

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