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Institutionalisation of Political Parties: Comparative Cases. Edited by Robert Harmel and Lars G. Svasand

The Impacts of Political Attitudes and Values on Party Choice

Comparative Politics
 
Elections
 
Political Parties
 
Panel Number
P334
Panel Chair
Oddbjørn Knutsen
Universitetet i Oslo
Panel Discussant
Romain Lachat
Sciences Po Paris

Time
29/08/2015 14:00 - 15:40
Location
Building: Jean-Brillant Floor: Basement Room: B-0325
Abstract
The papers in this panel examine how various political attitudes and values influence party choice. One paper examines whether various value orientations can explain the relationship between social class and party choice. Other papers focus on how various attitudinal dimensions influence party choice and attitudes towards EU. Other papers examine party system instability in Europe by addressing the electoral fortune of the radical right parties in particular and, finally, one paper addresses the question of individual level sources of variation in performance voting due to political sophistication and personality traits.

Paper List


Title Details
Class Voting and Value Orientations View Paper Details
Party System Instability in Europe: Long-and Short-term Changes in Electoral Fortunes of Radical Right Parties View Paper Details
The Structure of the European Attitudinal Sphere, 1999-2008 View Paper Details
Three Dimensions of Vote Choice View Paper Details
Who Reacts? Performance Voting and Individual Heterogeneity View Paper Details
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