Race, reform, and regulation of the electoral process.
Cambirdge ; New York : Cambridge University Press, 2011
Guy-Uriel E Charles; Heather K Gerken; Michael S Kang
|ISBN:||9781139009102 1139009109 9781139010153 1139010158|
|描述：||1 online resource (xvi, 295 pages) : illustrations, maps.|
|内容：||Introduction: the future of elections scholarship / Guy-Uriel E. Charles, Heather K. Gerken and Michael S. Kang --
Part I. Race and Politics: Overview: how, if at all, is racial and ethnic stratification changing, and what should we do about it? / Jennifer L. Hochschild; Voting rights: the next generation / Richard L. Pildes; The reconstruction of voting rights / Pamela S. Karlan; Explaining perceptions of competitive threat in a multiracial context / Vincent L. Hutchings, Cara Wong, James Jackson and Ronald E. Brown --
Part II. Courts and the Regulation of the Electoral Process: Overview: mapping election law's interior / David Schleicher; The institutional turn in election law scholarship / Heather K. Gerken and Michael S. Kang; Judges as political regulators: evidence and options for institutional change / Richard L. Hasen; Empirical legitimacy and election law / Christopher S. Elmendorf; Judging democracy's boundaries / Samuel Issacharoff --
Part III. Election Performance and Reform: Overview: election reform / Alex Keyssar; New directions in the study of voter mobilization: combining psychology and field experimentation / Alan S. Gerber; Popular election monitoring: how technology can enable citizen participation in election administration / Archon Fung; Democracy in the United States: 2020 and beyond: how can scholarly research shape a vision and help to realize it? / Edward B. Foley; Partisanship, public opinion, and redistricting / Joshua Fougere, Stephen Ansolabehere and Nathaniel Persily --
Part IV. Conclusion: More or less: searching for regulatory balance / Bruce E. Cain.
|丛书名：||Cambridge studies in election law and democracy.|
|责任：||edited by Guy-Uriel E. Charles, Heather K. Gerken, Michael S. Kang.|
An edited volume that offers a critical re-evaluation of three fundamental and interlocking themes in American democracy.