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Comparing Canada : methods and perspectives on Canadian politics

Author: Martin Papillon; Luc Turgeon; Jennifer Wallner; Stephen White
Publisher: Vancouver [British Columbia] : UBC Press, Beaconsfield, Quebec : Canadian Electronic Library, [2014] 2014. ©20 ©2014
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This book examines how political scientists apply diverse comparative strategies to better understand Canadian political life.

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Genre/Form: Livres numériques
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Additional Physical Format: Version imprimée :
Comparing Canada : methods and perspectives on Canadian politics.
Vancouver, British Columbia : UBC Press, ©2014
vi, 346 pages
Material Type: Document, Internet resource
Document Type: Internet Resource, Computer File
All Authors / Contributors: Martin Papillon; Luc Turgeon; Jennifer Wallner; Stephen White
ISBN: 0774827866 0774827874 9780774827867 9780774827874
OCLC Number: 1285376349
Description: 1 ressource en ligne ([viii], 346 pages)
Contents: Introduction / LUC TURGEON --
Part 1 The Politics of Diversity. Framing Self-Determination: The Politics of Indigenous Rights in Canada and the United States / MARTIN PAPILLON --
The Management of Nationalism in Canada and Spain / ANDRÉ LECOURS --
The Comparative Study of Race: Census Politics inCanada, the United States, and Great Britain / DEBRA THOMPSON. Part 1. Politics of diversity: Framing self-determination: the politics of indigenous rights in Canada and the United States / Martin Papillon --
The management of nationalism in Canada and Spain / Adnré Lecours --
The comparative study of race: census politics in Canada, the United States, and Great Britain / Debra Thompson --
Part 2. Political mobilization: The comparative study of Canadian voting behaviour / Éric Bélanger and Laura B. Stephenson --
Canadian immigrant electoral support in comparative perspective / Stephen White and Antoine Bilodeau --
Between hope and fear: comparing the emotional landscapes of the autism mvoement in Canada and the United States / Michael Orsini and Sarah Marie Wiebe --
Part 3. Political institutions and public policy: Parliamentary politics and legislative behaviour / Jean-Fran Godbout --
comparing federations: testing the mdoel of market-preserving federalism on Canada, Australia, and the United States / Jennifer Wallner and Gerard W. Boychuck --
Climate compared: sub-federal dominance on a global issue / David Houle, ERick Lachapelle, and Barry G. Rabe --
Putting Canadian social policy in a comparative perspective / Rianne Mahon and Daniel Béland --
Economic Development policies in Ontario and Quebec: Thinking about structures of representation / Peter Graefe --
Governing immigrant attraction and retention in Halifax and Moncton: dolinguistic divisions impeded cooperation? / Kristin R. Good. Part 2 Political Mobilization. The Comparative Study of Canadian Voting Behaviour / ÉRIC BÉLANGER and LAURA B. STEPHENSON --
Canadian Immigrant Electoral Support in Comparative Perspective / STEPHEN WHITE and ANTOINE BILODEAU --
Between Hope and Fear: Comparing the Emotional Landscapes of the Autism Movement in Canada and the United States / MICHAEL ORSINI andSARAH MARIE WIEBE. Part 3 Political Institutions and Public Policy. Parliamentary Politics and Legislative Behaviour / JEAN-FRANÇOIS GODBOUT --
Comparing Federations: Testing the Model of Market-Preserving Federalism on Canada, Australia, and the United States / JENNIFER WALLNER and GERARD W. BOYCHUK --
Climate Compared: Sub-Federal Dominance on a Global Issue / DAVID HOULE, ERICK LACHAPELLE, and BARRY G. RABE --
Putting Canadian Social Policy in a Comparative Perspective / RIANNE MAHON and DANIEL BÉLAND --
Economic Development Policies in Ontario and Quebec: Thinking about Structures of Representation / PETER GRAEFE --
Governing Immigrant Attraction and Retention in Halifax and Moncton: Do Linguistic Divisions Impede Cooperation? / KRISTIN R. GOOD --
Conclusion / MARTIN PAPILLON, LUC TURGEON, JENNIFER WALLNER, andSTEPHEN WHITE.
Responsibility: edited by Luc Turgeon, Martin Papillon, Jennifer Wallner, and Stephen White.

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