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Scottish political behaviour

Ian Budge

Scottish political behaviour

a case study in British homogeneity

by Ian Budge

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Published by Barnes & Noble in New York .
Written in English

    Places:
  • Scotland.
    • Subjects:
    • Voting -- Scotland.,
    • Political psychology.

    • Edition Notes

      Bibliography: p. 139-143.

      Statement[by] Ian Budge and Derek W. Urwin.
      SeriesMonographs in politics
      ContributionsUrwin, Derek W., joint author.
      Classifications
      LC ClassificationsJN1341 .B8 1967
      The Physical Object
      Paginationxi, 148 p.
      Number of Pages148
      ID Numbers
      Open LibraryOL5527485M
      LC Control Number67001502

      It was a law that "stood up for the ordinary, decent-hardworking people of Scotland" according to the Scottish Executive. And in local councils started to use the powers given to them under the Anti-social Behaviour Act. Theories of political behavior, as an aspect of political science, attempt to quantify and explain the influences that define a person's political views, ideology, and levels of political y speaking, behavior is political whenever individuals or groups .

        A major descriptive and analytical introduction to Scottish government and politics in the new era of devolution. This textbook covers the emergence of the Scottish parliament in and its impact on politics and political actors such as the media, the political parties, local government, pressure groups and the electorate at large/5(3). The SAGE Encyclopedia of Political Behavior explores the intersection of psychology, political science, sociology, and human encyclopedia integrates theories, research, and case studies from a variety of disciplines that inform this established area of study.5/5(1).

      Grangemouth and its large petro-chemicals complex was the scene of a major political and industrial crisis in October Ineos, the Swiss-headquartered owner and employer, threatened the immediate closure of the entire site, with the loss of just under one thousand directly-employed workers and upwards of 2, contract workers. Contents: 1. What is Scottish Politics? 2. Devolution: Historical, Social and Economic Context 3. Scotland's Political Parties 4. Scottish Elections and Voting Behaviour 5. The Scottish Parliament and 'New Politics' 6. The Scottish Government 7. Governance Beyond the Scottish Government 8. Pressure Politics and the 'Scottish Policy Style' 9.


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Additional Physical Format: Online version: Budge, Ian. Scottish political behaviour. New York, Barnes & Noble [, ©] (OCoLC) Document Type. This book has been cited by the following publications. Its scope includes a definition of the Scottish political system, and critical descriptions of Scottish administration (central and local), parliamentary activity, parties, electoral behaviour, and pressure groups.

electoral behaviour, and pressure groups. Scottish nationalism is Author: James G. Kellas. The Scottish Contitutional Convention, –95 34 The referendum 36 The Scottish media 39 Conclusion 43 3 Scotland’s Political Parties 46 Scottish political parties 47 Scotland’s changing party system 61 Trends in party organization 63 Conclusion 66 4 Scottish Elections and Voting Behaviour 68 Electoral systems in Scotland 69File Size: 1MB.

(shelved 2 times as political-behavior) avg rating — 5, ratings — published OCLC Number: Description: xi, pages tables 22 cm: Contents: The historical background --The Scottish setting --The surveys --methods and techniques --The thesis of British political homogeneity --Voting choice --Electoral turnout --Electors' opinions --Political style --National Title: Monographs in politics.

Responsibility. The Scottish Conservative Party was founded in out of the merger of the Scottish Unionist Party with the, which had been a dominant political force in Scotland for much of the early 20th century, winning the majority of votes and seats in the general election.

However the party went into decline, being reduced from 21 Scottish seats. - Johannes Fritz, Political Studies 'McGarvey and Cairney have written a comprehensive and highly convincing book. It will prove useful for anyone interested in Scottish Politics.' - Political Studies Review 'McGarvey and Cairney have written a comprehensive and highly convincing book.

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His publications on Scottish politics have included work on the Scottish Parliament, intergovernmental relations and the social background of elites. Neil McGarvey is Lecturer in Politics, Department of Government, University of Strathclyde, UK.

He has published widely in the field of Scottish politics, local government and public administration. Throughout the first half of 20th century, the Conservative Party was the only political party in Scotland to gain more than 50 per cent in a general election, but in the latter half of the 20th century, the Conservatives’ vote was on the slide.

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British political tradition and Scottish Local Government, Neil. Ian Budge (born Octo ) is a political scientist who has pioneered the use of quantitative methods in studying party democracy across countries. Currently Emeritus Professor of the Department of Government, University of Essex he has been Professor at the European University Institute, Florence ().

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Since political behaviour is seen entirely in terms of measurable attitudes and voting decisions, its discussion of the existence of a •scottish dimension' in British pol­ itics is inherently limited. If one accepts these limitations, there is much to be gained from Miller's work in.

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