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|Additional Physical Format:||Print version:
Scandal! : an interdisciplinary approach to the consequences, outcomes, and significance of political scandals.
New York : Bloomsbury Academic, 2013
xvi, 286 pages
|Material Type:||Document, Internet resource|
|Document Type:||Internet Resource, Computer File|
|All Authors / Contributors:||
Alison Dagnes; Mark Sachleben
|Description:||1 online resource (305 pages)|
|Contents:||Contributors Introduction by Alison Dagnes Section I: Congress Preface by Lara Brown, Jeff Gulati, Doug Harris and Scott Basinger Chapter 1: Sack the Quarterback by Doug Harris Chapter 2: Spending More Time with My Family: Scandals and Premature Departures from the House by Lara Brown & Jeff Gulati Chapter 3: The Electoral Effects of Congressional Scandals by Scott Basinger Section II: Historical Accounts, Modern Implications Introduction by Mark Sachleben Chapter 4: Tom Clark Under Fire by Craig Smith Chapter 5: Sherman Adams' Fall, and the Scandal Behind the Scandal by Michael Birkner Chapter 6: The More Things Change, the More They Stay the Same by George Hale Chapter 7: Sex, Scandal and Catholic Politics during Italy's Dolce Vita by Roy Domenico Section II Conclusions: Paralleling History: Scandal and the Lessons of the 2012 Election by Neal Allen Section III: Shaping the Perceptions of Scandal Introduction by Stephanie Jirard Chapter 8: Scandal and the Politics of Race by Neal Allen Chapter 9: He Can't Say with Certitude" by Joan Conners Chapter 10: Shattered Dignity: The Apologia of John Edwards by Misty Knight Conclusions Index|
|Responsibility:||edited by Alison Dagnes and Mark Sachleben.|
Scandal! is an engaging, serious, and effective collection of essays that is appropriate for any level of political science class. This is not a book about scandals, but a group of scholars using