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Local Elections as a Sphere for Forming Citizens’ Political Identity

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Transatlantic Perspectives on the U.S. 2004 Election
The Case of Norway

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Congruent Representation: Election Cycle in Poland 2009-2011

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The spatial pattern of voter choice homogeneity in the Nigerian presidential elections of the fourth republic

1 Introduction The return of democratic rule in 1999 after many years of military intervention has meant that electoral processes and outcomes have been essential subjects of scholarly inquiry. Research on Nigerian elections have often focused on the electoral process ( Omotola, 2007 ; Omodia, 2009 ; Adeoti, Olaniyan, 2014 ), electoral malpractices such as vote buying, violence and rigging ( Bratton, 2008 ; Collier, Vicente, 2014 ; Onopajo et al., 2015; Nwankwo, 2018 ), the history of electoral politics in Nigeria ( Agbaje Adejumobi, 2006 ), electoral

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The Irish legislative gender quota: The first election

Political Studies, 44 (12), 1,599-621. Brennan, M., & Elkink, J. A. (2015, October 16-18). Progress or tokenism? Female candidate selection by parties in local elections under an informal quota regime. Paper prepared for the Political Science Association of Ireland Annual Conference, Cork. Buckley, F. (2013). Women and politics in Ireland: The road to sex quotas. Irish Political Studies, 28 (3), 341-59. Buckley, F., Galligan, Y., & McGing, C. (2016). Women and the election: Assessing the impact of gender quotas. In M

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Understanding campaign “axiotechniques”: Their nature and practical usage in Ukrainian elections

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Strategic voting in the 2011 and 2015 Polish Senate elections: Testing Duvergerʼs Law in the second-order elections

System and Strategic Voting: The ‘M + 1’ Rule and Beyond’. Japanese Journal of Political Science, 2(2), pp. 237-239. Downs, A., 1957. An economic theory of democracy. New York: Harper & Row. Dunleavy, P. and Diwakar, R., 2011. Analysing multiparty competition in plurality rule elections. Party Politics, 19(6), pp. 855-886. Duverger, M., 1954, Political Parties. Their Organisation and Activity in the Modern State. London: Methuen. Gaines, B. J., 1999. Duverger’s Law and the Meaning of Canadian

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Czech Protest Movements in the 2014 European Parliament Elections

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Challenges of the Illiberal Democracy in Hungary. Some Aspects to the 2018 Elections

és csalódás, Közgadasági Szemle , 52/12 Lengyel László (2016): Halott ország , Helikon Lengyel László et al (2008): Merre tovább Magyarország? Reformkérdések, kérdéses reformok, Új Palatinus Levitsky and Way (2002): Elections Without Democracy, the Rise of Competitive Authoritarianism, Journal of Democracy . 2002;13 (2) Linz (2000): Linz, J.J.: Totalitarian and Authoritarian Regimes , Lynne Riennes Publishers, Mazepus, Honorata, Veenendaal Wouter, McCarthy-Jones, Anthea & Trak Vásquez, Juan Manuel (2016) A comparative study of

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The Character of the Polish Local and Regional Elections – Polytonality

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Contemporary Polish local and regional elections serve the purpose of electing the government on the level of a municipality, county, and the voivodeship, and therefore represent a particular type of elections which could be referred to as polytonal. A unique quality of polytonal elections is the fact that the separate elections for each of the levels of local/regional government that take place on a single day are quite distinctive in terms of the behaviour of voters, politicians, political parties, and other organisations participating in the elections. As a consequence, we can indeed observe differences in the results of the elections on the level of municipality, county, and voivodeship.

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