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This book demonstrates that there are both striking similarities between professional politicians in different countries and . In doing so, they follow a common format thus facilitating a comparative reading of particular aspects

This book demonstrates that there are both striking similarities between professional politicians in different countries and notable national peculiarities. The introduction develops a common conceptual framework for the chapters to follow. In doing so, they follow a common format thus facilitating a comparative reading of particular aspects. Скачать (pdf, . 5 Mb) Читать. Epub FB2 mobi txt RTF.

Jens Borchert, Jurgen Zeiss. Professional politicians have increasingly come under public attack in most democratic countries. Yet they have received surprisingly little systematic attention in political science. This book demonstrates that there are both striking similarities between professional politicians in different countries and notable national peculiarities. The introduction develops a common conceptual framework for the chapters to follow

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Jens Borchert and Jürgen Zeiss. Professional politicians have increasingly come under public attack in most democratic countries, yet they have received surprisingly little systematic attention in political science. This is the first comprehensive overview of professional politicians in democratic countries. par This book demonstrates that there are both striking similarities between professional politicians in different countries and notable national peculiarities.

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Home Browse Books Book details, The Political Class in Advanced Democracies. The Political Class in Advanced Democracies. By Jens Borchert, Jürgen Zeiss. The hallmark of Australian politics is the predominance of the political party: the vast majority of voters identify with and vote for one of the major political parties; gaining state or federal election to the lower house is next to impossible without the benefit of one of three party labels-Liberal, National, or Labor; and minor parties or independents have played little part.

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Political class, or political elite is a concept in comparative political science originally developed by Italian political theorist . Borchert, Jens, and Jurgen Zeiss, eds. The Political Class in Advanced Democracies (2003)

Political class, or political elite is a concept in comparative political science originally developed by Italian political theorist Gaetano Mosca (1858–1941). It refers to the relatively small group of activists that is highly aware and active in politics, and from whom the national leadership is largely drawn. The Political Class in Advanced Democracies (2003). Codevilla, Angelo M, America's Ruling Class - And the Perils of Revolution<, (2010). The Italian Political Class in the Twentieth Century: Continuities and Discontinuities", in M. Czudnowski, e. Does Who Governs Matter? (1982) pp. 154–87.

Borchert, Jens and Jurgen Zeiss, eds. 2003. Class Voting in Comparative Context. Oxford: Oxford University Press. CrossRefGoogle Scholar. Eyal, Gil, Ivan Szelenyi, Eleanor R. Townsley, and Eleanor Townsley.

Professional politicians have increasingly come under public attack in most democratic countries. Yet they have received surprisingly little systematic attention in political science. This book demonstrates that there are both striking similarities between professional politicians in different countries and notable national peculiarities. The introduction develops a common conceptual framework for the chapters to follow. Using Mosca's term and Weber's seminal insights it reconstructs the concept of political class to grasp the degree of common interests shared by politicians of different parties and in different institutions. Thereby, it presents an innovative perspective on politicians. The twenty country chapters written by scholars from sixteen countries both provide up-to-date information on professional politics in their countries and discuss the merits of the theoretical approach. In doing so, they follow a common format thus facilitating a comparative reading of particular aspects. Each chapter looks at the historical process of professionalization, the institutional context of professional politics, the size of the political class in each country, typical career paths, the renumeration of politicians, and recent reform debates.

The Political Class in Advanced Democracies: A Comparative Handbook epub download

ISBN13: 978-0199260362

ISBN: 0199260362

Author: Jens Borchert,Jürgen Zeiss

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Subcategory: Social Sciences

Language: English

Publisher: Oxford University Press (February 12, 2004)

Pages: 440 pages

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