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    European Elections and Domestic Politics: Lessons from the Past and Scenarios for the Future (Contemporary European Politics and Society) (Paperback) Edited by Wouter Van Der Brug, Edited by Cees Van Der Eijk, Contributions by Cees Van Der Eijk, Contributions by Wouter Van Der Brug, Contributions by Mark N. Franklin, Contributions by Marcel von Egmond, Contributions by Michael Marsh, Contributions by Andreas M. Wüst, Contributions by Hermann Schmitt, Contributions by Angelika Scheuer

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    DescriptionThis book analyzes how the behavior of voters, parties, and the mass media in European Parliament elections affects domestic politics and how, in turn, domestic politics affects those behaviors. The contributors discuss election turnout and party choice, the contract between the European Parliament and national elections, the importance of citizens' attitudes toward European integration, the relationship between political parties' domestic policies and their stances on European integration, and the ways in which the mass media and election campaigns affect electoral outcomes. On the basis of this information, the authors present possible scenarios for future European elections and their relationship to the domestic politics of the EU member-states. The product of superb empirical research, "European Elections and Domestic Politics" is based on a unique combination of data from voter surveys, party manifestos, and mass media reports across all members of the European Union. This book will be essential for anyone interested in the future of the EU.

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    European Elections and Domestic Politics
    Lessons from the Past and Scenarios for the Future
    Authors and contributors
    Edited by Wouter Van Der Brug, Edited by Cees Van Der Eijk, Contributions by Cees Van Der Eijk, Contributions by Wouter Van Der Brug, Contributions by Mark N. Franklin, Contributions by Marcel von Egmond, Contributions by Michael Marsh, Contributions by Andreas M. Wüst, Contributions by Hermann Schmitt, Contributions by Angelika Scheuer
    Physical properties
    Format: Paperback
    Number of pages: 400
    Width: 152 mm
    Height: 231 mm
    Thickness: 23 mm
    Weight: 567 g
    ISBN 13: 9780268043698
    ISBN 10: 0268043698

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    LC classification: JN45 .E973 2007
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    Edition statement
    University of Notre Dame Press
    Imprint name
    University of Notre Dame Press
    Publication date
    15 October 2007
    Publication City/Country
    Notre Dame IN
    Author Information
    Wouter van der Brug is professor of politics at the University of Amsterdam. He is co-author (with Cees van der Eijk) of The Economy and the Vote. Cees van der Eijk is professor of social science research methods at the University of Nottingham.
    Review quote
    "Political and communications scholars from across the continent came together as the European Elections Study Group in 1988, and have been analyzing European parliament elections since then. Here they address some questions that arise because when people vote for the European Parliament, they cannot stop thinking about electoral processes, voters, political parties, mass media, and other elements of the mere national dimension." --"Research Book News"