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Revisiting the second-order election model and its application to European parliament elections in Central and Eastern European countries

  1. TitleRevisiting the second-order election model and its application to European parliament elections in Central and Eastern European countries / Jan Kovář
    Author Kovář, Jan, 1984- (Author)
    Issue1st edition
    PublicationPraha : Metropolitan University Prague Press, 2016
    Scope285 stran : ilustrace (některé barevné) ; 22 cm
    CountryCzech Republic
    LanguageEnglish
    Note100 výtisků
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    Annotation"The second-order election theory asserts that voters treat elections to the European Parliament differently than national legislative elections due to the lack of their connection to a government-formation process. Jan Kovář demonstrates that voting behaviour in 2004 and 2009 European Parliament elections in post-communist EU member states can be understood, for the most part, in terms of the second-order election theory. Moreover, this volume extends the application of the second-order election theory to political parties and media and test hypotheses about their behaviour."--Cover
    Výrazy tezauru Evropský parlament * evropské volby * parlamentní volby * volební kampaň * volební systém * volební předpoklad * východní Evropa * Česká republika
    Klasifikační znaky0416 - Volební proces a hlasování
    1006 - Orgány EU a evropská veřejná služba
    ISBN978-80-87956-55-7
    Copy count1, currently available 1
    URLRevisiting the second-order election model and its application to European parliament elections in Central and Eastern European countries (podrobnější anotace)
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    Document kindMonografie
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    Revisiting the second-order election model and its application to European parliament elections in Central and Eastern European countries

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