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Partisan Participation and Party Membership

Political Participation
Political Parties
Party Members
P291
Stewart Jackson
University of Sydney
Stewart Jackson
University of Sydney

Thursday 15:50 - 17:30 (08/09/2016)

Building: Faculty of Social Sciences Floor: 2 Room: FS212

Abstract

This panel brings together a diverse collection of papers and comparative perspectives to examine the contemporary nature of party membership and partisan participation. The panel aims to expand our understanding of the often blurred boundaries between formal party membership and more ad hoc and open forms of participation, as well as what factors shape patterns of affiliation (and disaffiliation), the relationship between members and supporters, and the integration of diverse groups within parties’ decision-making and campaigning structures.

Title Details
The management of party affiliation: an organisational perspective View Paper Details
So who really does the donkey work? Comparing the election campaign activity of party members and party supporters View Paper Details
Legacies of autocracy: the pre-migration backgrounds of Australian party activists View Paper Details
Exit. Why party members consider leaving their parties View Paper Details