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Rollins College From the SelectedWorks of Richard M. Skinner 2010 Syllabus for Comparative Political Parties Richard M. Skinner, Rollins College Available at:
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Rollins College From the SelectedWorks of Richard M. Skinner 2010 Syllabus for Comparative Political Parties Richard M. Skinner, Rollins College Available at: Draft Syllabus for Comparative Political Parties Alan Ware Political Parties and Party Systems. New York: Oxford University Press. Richard Gunther, Jose Ramon Montero, and Juan J. Linz Political Parties: Old Concepts and New Challenges? New York: Oxford University Press. Martin Shefter Political Parties and the State: The American Historical Experience. Princeton University Press. Michael Gallagher, Michael Laver and Peter Mair Representative Government in Modern Europe. New York: McGraw-Hill. Paul Webb, David M. Farrell and Ian Holliday, eds Political Parties in Advanced Industrial Democracies. New York: Oxford University Press. John H. Aldrich Why Parties? The Origins and Transformation of Political Parties in America. Chicago: University of Chicago Press. Paul Abramson, John Aldrich and David Rohde Change and Continuity in the 2004 and 2006 Elections. Washington: CQ Press. Week 1: Introduction Gunther et al, chs. 1-2 Webb et al, ch. 1 Ware, Introduction Leon Epstein Political Parties in Western Democracies. Ch. 1 Week 2: What Are Parties? Why Do They Exist? Aldrich, chs. 1-5 APSA Toward a More Responsible Party System. Richard S. Katz Party Government and Its Alternatives. In Katz (ed.) Party Governments; European and American Experiences. Berlin: Walter de Gruyter. Week 3: Electoral Rules and Political Parties Ware, ch. 4 Gallagher et al, chs. 1-3 & 11 Giovanni Sartori The Party Effects of Electoral Systems. In Larry Diamond and Richard Gunther, ed. Political Parties and Democracy. Baltimore: Johns Hopkins University Press. Arend Lijphart Electoral Systems: Majority and Plurality Methods Versus Proportional Representation. In Patterns of Democracy: Government Forms and Performance in Thirty-Six Countries. New Haven: Yale University Press. Week 4: Party Systems and Families Ware, chs. 5-8 Gallagher et al, chs. 7-8 Gunther et al, ch. 3, 6 Giovanni Sartori A Typology of Party Systems. In Peter Mair, ed.. The West European Party System. Oxford: Oxford University Press. Arend Lijphart The Westminster Model of Democracy. In Democracies: Patterns of Majoritarian and Consensus Government in Twenty-One Countries. New Haven: Yale University Press. Week 5: Party Leaders, Members and Organizations Ware, chs. 2-3 Aldrich, chs. 6 Gallagher et al, ch. 10 Gunther et al, ch. 5 Week 6: Ideology and Social Cleavages Aldrich, chs. 8-9 Seymour Lipset and Stein Rokkan Cleavage Structures, Party Systems, and Voter Alignments. In Lipset and Rokkan, ed. Party Systems and Voter Alignments. New York: The Free Press. Anthony Downs [1957]. An Economic Theory of Democracy. Boston: Addison Wesley. Aldrich, Abramson and Rohde. Ch. 5 Week 7: Parties in the Electorate; Party Identification Ware, ch. 11 Aldrich, Abramson and Rohde. Chs. 4, 7-8. Gerald M. Pomper and Marc D. Weiner Toward a More Responsible Two-Party Voter: The Evolving Bases of Partisanship. In Green and Herrnson, ed. Responsible Partisanship? The Evolution of American Political Parties Since Lawrence, KS: University Press of Kansas. Week 9: Parties and Elections Ware, ch Gunther et al, ch. 4 Aldrich, Abramson and Rohde, chs. 1-3, Week 10: The Evolution of Party Systems Ware, ch. 7 David R. Mayhew Electoral Realignments: A Critique of an American Genre. New Haven: Yale University Press. Chs James L. Sundquist Dynamics of the Party System. Washington: Brookings Institution. Chs. 1-3 Pippa Norris and Geoffrey Evans Was 1997 a Critical Election? In Geoffrey Evans and Pippa Norris, ed. Critical Elections: British Parties and Voters In Long-Term Perspective. London: Sage. Week 6: Party in Government Ware, ch. 12 Gallagher et al, ch. 12 Aldrich, ch. 7 Shefter, chs Richard M. Skinner The Partisan Presidency. In John C. Green and Daniel J. Coffey, eds. The State of the Parties. 5 th Edition. Lanham, MD: Rowman and Littlefield. Week 12: Parties and Public Policy Shefter, chs Richard I. Hofferbert and Ian Budge The Party Mandate and the Westminster Model: Election Programmes and Government Spending in Britain. British Journal of Political Science. 22: Torbin Iverson and David Soskice Electoral Institutions and the Politics of Coalitions: Why Some Democracies Redistribute More Than Others. Journal of Politics. 100: Week 11: Party Goals and Strategies Gunther et al, ch. 7 Pippa Norris Campaign Communications. In Lawrence LeDuc, Richard Niemi and Pippa Norris, eds. Comparing Democracies 2 : Elections and Voting in Global Perspective. 2 nd Edition. London: Sage. Ronald Inglehart From Class Based to Value Based Politics. In Peter Mair, ed.. The West European Party System. Oxford: Oxford University Press. Week 13: Parties in English-Speaking Countries Webb et al, ch. 2, 8 & Joseph Schlesinger The New American Political Party. American Political Science Review. 79: Week 14: Parties in Continental Europe and Japan Webb et al, ch. 4-7 & 10 Week 15: The Future of Party Politics Gunther et al, chs Peter Mair Myths of Electoral Change and the Survival of Traditional Parties. European Journal of Social Research. 24: Howard L. Reiter Party Decline in the West: A Skeptic s View. Journal of Theoretical Poitics. 1: John C. Green and Paul S. Herrnson Party Development in the Twentieth Century: Laying the Foundations for Responsible Party Government? In Green and Herrnson, ed. Responsible Partisanship? The Evolution of American Political Parties Since Lawrence, KS: University Press of Kansas.
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