Post-Crisis Irish Voter : Voting Behaviour in the Irish 2016 General Election. (Book, 2018) [WorldCat.org]
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Post-Crisis Irish Voter : Voting Behaviour in the Irish 2016 General Election.

Author: David Farrell
Publisher: Manchester University Press, 2018.
Edition/Format:   Print book : English
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Genre/Form: History
Material Type: Internet resource
Document Type: Book, Internet Resource
All Authors / Contributors: David Farrell
ISBN: 9781526122643 1526122642
OCLC Number: 1047669698
Description: 288 pages
Contents: 1 Ireland's post crisis-election - Michael Marsh, David M. Farrell and Theresa Reidy2 Mining the ballot: preferences and transfers in the 2016 election - Kevin Cunningham3 Ideological dimensions in the 2016 election - Kevin Cunningham and Johan A. Elkink4 Social and Ideological Bases of Voting - John Garry5 Party identification in the wake of the crisis: a nascent realignment? - Rory Costello6 Why did the 'recovery' fail to return the government? - Michael Marsh7 Party or candidate? - Michael Courtney and Liam Weeks8 Political Fragmentation on the March: Campaign Effects in 2016 - Theresa Reidy and Jane Suiter9 The Impact of Gender Quotas on Voting Behaviour in 2016 - Gail McElroy10 What do Irish voters want from and think of their politicians? - David M. Farrell, Michael Gallagher and David Barrett11 Popularity and Performance? Leader effects in the 2016 election - Stephen Quinlan and Eoin O'MalleyAppendix: the INES 2016 QuestionnairesIndex -- .

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