Pressure group behaviour in Canadian politics / edited by A. Paul Pross.Material type: BookSeries: McGraw-Hill Ryerson series in Canadian politics.Publisher: [Scarborough, Ont.] : McGraw-Hill Ryerson, 1975Description: 196 p. ; 24 cm.ISBN: 0070821836.Subject(s): Pressure groups -- Canada | Political participation -- Canada | Canada -- Politics and government -- 1945-1980DDC classification: 329
|Item type||Current location||Call number||Status||Date due|
|Main / Collection principale||322.44 P966 (Browse shelf)||Available|
|322.43 W748 Interest groups in the United States /||322.43 W748I Interest groups /||322.430971 Y73 Advocacy groups /||322.44 P966 Pressure group behaviour in Canadian politics /||322.44 S918 Suspect tenderness :||322.44 T843 Action française :||322.440971 G882 Group politics and social movements in Canada /|
Bibliography: p. 193-196.
Pross, A. P. Pressure groups, adaptive instruments of political communication.--Dawson, H. J. National pressure groups and the federal government.--Chant, D. A. Pollution probe, fighting the polluters with their own weapons.--Kwavnick, D. Interest group demands and the federal political system, two Canadian case studies.--Bucovetsky, M. W. The mining industry and the great tax reform debate.--Barry, D. Interest groups and the foreign policy process, the case of Biafra.--Pross, A. P. Imput versus withinput, pressure group demands and administrative survival.--Aucoin, P. Pressure groups and recent changes in the policy-making process.