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Parliamentary roles in modern legislatures / edited by Magnus Blomgren and Olivier Rozenberg.

par Blomgren, Magnus; Rozenberg, Olivier.
Materialtype: materialTypeLabelLivreCollection : Routledge/ECPR studies in European political science: Éditeur : London, U. K. ; New York, N. Y. : Routledge Taylor & Francis Group, c2012Description : xxvii, 237 p. : ill. ; 25 cm.ISBN : 9780415575683.Sujet(s) : Legislators | Legislative bodies | Legislators -- Europe | Legislative bodies -- EuropeClassification Dewey : 328 P252p
Contenus :
Introduction -- Legislative roles and legislative studies: the neo-institutionalist turning point -- The emergence and transformation of representative roles -- The consequences of representatives: role orientations: attitudes, behaviour, perceptions -- Roles as strategies: towards a logic of legislative behavior -- Legislators and their representational roles: strategic choices or habits of the heart? -- Party dimensions of representation in Westminster parliaments: Australia, New Zealand and the United Kingdom -- Parliamentary roles of MPs in sharp and soft focus: interviews and behavioral record compared -- Role stability in the context of institutional and positional change -- The cognitive rationality of role choices: evidences from the European Parliament.
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Main / Collection principale 328 P252p (Parcourir l'étagère) Disponible

Spring 2013 Selected Accessions List -- Politics and Government

Includes bibliographical references (p. 228-230) and index.

Introduction -- Legislative roles and legislative studies: the neo-institutionalist turning point -- The emergence and transformation of representative roles -- The consequences of representatives: role orientations: attitudes, behaviour, perceptions -- Roles as strategies: towards a logic of legislative behavior -- Legislators and their representational roles: strategic choices or habits of the heart? -- Party dimensions of representation in Westminster parliaments: Australia, New Zealand and the United Kingdom -- Parliamentary roles of MPs in sharp and soft focus: interviews and behavioral record compared -- Role stability in the context of institutional and positional change -- The cognitive rationality of role choices: evidences from the European Parliament.

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