This series brings together the most
significant journal articles to appear in the field of
comparative politics over the past 30 years. The aim is to
render readily accessible to teachers, researchers and students
an extensive range of essays which, together, provide an
indispensable basis for understanding both the established
conceptual terrain and the new ground being broken in the
rapidly changing field of comparative political analysis. This
series is divided into three major sections: Institutional
Studies, Thematic Studies, and Country Studies.
Pippa Norris 'Elections and Voting Behaviour: New Challenges,
The Partisan Identities of Voters
Hermann Schmitt 'On Party Attachment in Western Europe and the
Utility of Eurobarometer Data' West European Politics 1989 12:
Bradley M. Richardson 'European Party Loyalties Revisited'
American Political Science Review September 1991 85 (3):
Matthew Wyman, Stephen White, Bill Miller and Paul Heywood 'The
Place of 'Party' in Post-Communist Europe' Party Politics 1995
Social Cleavages, New Politics, and Value Change
Mark N. Franklin and Thomas T. Mackie Electoral Change in
Western Countries: Consequences of Post-Industrial Social Change
Strathclyde Papers on Government and Politics No. 62 1989.
David DeVaus and Ian McAllister 'The Changing Politics of Women:
Gender, and Political Alignment in Western Democracies' European
Journal of Political Research 1989 17: 241-62.
Ronald Inglehart and Paul R. Abramson 'Economic Security and
Value Change' American Political Science Review 1994 88: 336-54.
Robert Rohrschneider 'New Party versus Old Left Realignments:
Environmental Attitudes, Party Policies, and Partisan
Affiliations in Four West European Countries' The Journal of
Politics August 1993 55(3): 682-701.
Michael Lewis-Beck 'Comparative Economic Voting: Britain,
France, Germany, Italy' American Journal of Political Science
1986 30: 315-46.
G. Bingham Powell, Jr. and Guy D. Whitten 'A Cross-National
Analysis of Economic Voting: Taking Account of the Political
Context' American Journal of Political Science May 1993 37(2):
Alexander Pacek and Benjamin Radcliff 'The Political Economy of
Competitive Elections in the Developing World' American Journal
of Political Science August 1995 39(3): 745-759.
The Institutional Context of Electoral Systems
Arend Lijphart 'The Political Consequences of Electoral Laws,
1945-85' American Political Science Review June 1990 84(2):
Cees van der Eijk, Mark Franklin and Michael Marsh 'What Voters
Teach Us About Europe-Wide Elections: What Europe-Wide Elections
Teach us About Voters' Electoral Studies 1996 Vol 15(2)
Holli Semetko 'Political Balance on Television: Campaigns in the
United States, Britain and Germany' The Harvard International
Journal of Press/Politics Winter 1996 1(1): 51-71.
Peter Esaiasson '120 Years of Swedish Election Campaigns'
Scandinavian Political Studies 14(3): 261-278.
Robert Jackman and R.A. Miller 'Voter Turnout in the Industrial
Democracies During the 1980s' Comparative Political Studies 1995
Henry E. Brady, Sidney Verba and Kay Lehman Schlozman 'Beyond
SES: A Resource Model of Political Participation' American
Political Science Review June 1995 Vol 89(2): 271-294.
Robert D. Putnam 'Bowling Alone: America's Declining Social
Capital' Journal of Democracy Jan 1995 6(1): 65-78.
Russell J. Dalton 'Political Parties and Political
Representation' Comparative Political Studies October 1985 17:
Sören Holmberg 'Political Representation in Sweden' Scandinavian
Political Studies 1989 12(1): 1-35.
Christopher Wlezien 'The Public as Thermostat: Dynamics of
Preferences for Spending' American Journal of Political Science
November 1995 39(4): 981-1000.
Pippa Norris 'May's Law of Curvilinear Disparity Revisited:
Leaders, Officers, Members and Voters in British Political
Parties' Party Politics 1995 1(1): 29-47.
Elections and Democratization
Seymour Martin Lipset 'The Social Requisites of Democracy
Revisited' American Sociological Review February 1994 59: 1-22.
Geoffrey Evans and Stephen Whitefield 'The Politics and
Economics of Democratic Commitment: Support for Democracy in
Transition Societies' British Journal of Political Science
October 1995 25 (4): 485-514.
Copyright 2004 Pippa Norris, John F.
Kennedy School of Government, Harvard University, Cambridge MA 02138.