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Religion and Political Theory: Secularism, Accommodation and The New Challenges of Religious Diversity, Edited by Jonathan Seglow and Andrew Shorten

The Origin and Institutionalization of New Parties

Political Parties
 
Comparative Perspective
 
Party Systems
 
Panel Number
P462
Panel Chair
Kristina Weissenbach
University of Duisburg-Essen
Panel Co-Chair
Saskia Ruth-Lovell
German Institute of Global And Area Studies
Panel Discussant
Saskia Ruth-Lovell
German Institute of Global And Area Studies

Time
25/08/2018 14:00 - 15:40
Location
Building: VMP 8 Floor: Ground Room: 06
Abstract
The rise of new parties provides an opportunity to re-examine the theories, conceptions, and empirical findings concerning the institutionalization of political parties. Which aspects of party-institutionalization matter for new parties survival and ‘succes’? Which factors and processes allow a political party to grow into an institutionalized “player” or lead to their demise? The panel addresses papers that focus on comparisons of old and new patterns of party institutionalization. Case studies, focused comparisons and large n studies concerning the origin and institutionalization of new parties are welcome.

Paper List


Title Details
As Time Goes By? Party Organizational Strength, Popular Legitimacy and the Time Component in Comparative Perspective View Paper Details
Party (System) Crashers? Success and Failure of Genuinely New Parties in Western Europe (1945-2017) View Paper Details
The Influence of Established Parties on the Success of New Contenders. View Paper Details
The Origins of New Parties: Genuinely New or Party Fission? View Paper Details
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