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The personalization of democratic politics and the challenge for political parties
Éditeur Littlefield International, Ltd ECPR Press
Année 2018
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Personalism, personalization, and party politics / Scott Pruysers, William P. Cross, and Richard S. Katz ; Personalization, personalism and electoral systems / Jean-Benoit Pilet and Alan Renwick ; The personalization of parliamentary elections? / Amanda Bittner ; Personalism and election campaigning: national and local dynamics / Scott Pruysers and William P. Cross ; Primaries and the personalization of party leadership / David K. Stewart ; Personalized politics online / Gideon Rahat and Shahaf Zamir ; Party organization and personalization / Anika Gauja ; Exploring the role of decentralized personalization for legislative behaviour and constituency representation / Mihail Chiru ; Personalization, personal authority, and governance / Jonathan Malloy ; Presidentialization, personalization and populism : the hollowing out of party government / Thomas Poguntke and Paul D. Webb ; Personalism, personalization, and gender / Melanee Thomas ; Personalization, party government and democracy / Richard S. Katz
The implications of the personalization of politics are necessarily widespread and can be found across many different aspects of contemporary democracies. Personalization should influence the way campaigns are waged, how voters determine their preferences, how officials (e.g., MPs) and institutions (e.g., legislatures and governments) function, and the place and operations of political parties in democratic life. However, in an effort to quantify the precise degree of personalization over time and to uncover the various causes of personalization, the existing literature has paid little attention to many of the important questions regarding the consequences of personalization. While the chapters throughout this volume certainly document the extent of personalization, they also seek to address some fundamental questions about the nature of personalization, how it is manifested, and its consequences for political parties, governance, representation, and the state of democracy more generally. Indeed, one of the primary objectives of this volume is to speak to a very broad audience about the implications of personalization. Those interested in election campaigns, voting, gender, governance, legislative behaviour, and political parties will all find something of value in the contributions that follow.
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