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Strategies of Secession and Counter-Secession

Candidates, Parties and Personalization

Comparative Politics
 
Democracy
 
Elections
 
Political Parties
 
Panel Number
P029
Panel Chair
Johannes N. Blumenberg
GESIS, Leibniz
Panel Discussant
Philipp Köker
Universität Hannover

Time
08/09/2016 09:00 - 10:40
Location
Building: Faculty of Arts Floor: 1 Room: FA104
Abstract
One of the ways in which the relation between parties and voters changes, is the personalization of politics. It means that individual characteristics of candidates become more important, while the party label or party ideology appears to be to a lesser extent an asset for winning the electoral race. This process can be analyzed at different stages of the electoral process. A first stage is the selection of candidates by the political parties. Some papers in this panel zoom in on that internal selection process. Other papers analyze the election itself, and analyze whether it is the candidates or the parties that matter for winning elections.

Paper List


Title Details
Do candidates matter? The profile of candidates elected out of order in Belgium from 1995 until 2014 View Paper Details
Parties or Candidates - Who Wins the Race? View Paper Details
Party Elites' Re-Nomination Practices in Flexible-List Proportional-Representation Political Systems. Cases of the Czech and Slovak Republics View Paper Details
Personalization of the elections and election campaigns in the Czech Republic View Paper Details
Toward party primaries. Internal organization of political parties in Poland View Paper Details
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