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Voters and Voting: An Introduction

by J Evans SAGE Publications Ltd
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'This clear and comprehensive textbook will be invaluable for undergraduate and graduate courses on elections and voting behaviour. Complex theoretical and statistical ideas are explained lucidly and effectively - no mean achievement'

Introduction Historical Development of Voting Studies Social Structural Theories of Voting Rational Choice Theories of Voting Issues and Space Proximity and Directional Theories of Voting Voting and the Economy Non-voting and Abstention Thinking about Voting Change Conclusion

'Voters and Voting fills a yawning gap in the study of elections and voting behaviour. No other book today matches the breadth and depth of coverage provided by Jocelyn Evans. This book is destined to become a staple in university courses on elections, parties and political methodology. It will also be a well-thumbed addition to scholars personal libraries' David M. Farrell, University of Manchester 'It provides a comprehensive review of the voting process useful in political science, communication, global studies, and social scientific methods classrooms. Yet, the book is distinguished from other texts used in these areas in that it places the voter at the center of the discussion.' Pete Bicak