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NINE SECOND‐ORDER NATIONAL ELECTIONS – A CONCEPTUAL FRAMEWORK FOR THE ANALYSIS OF EUROPEAN ELECTION RESULTS
The composition of the directly elected European Parliament does not precisely reflect the 'real' balance of political forces in the European Community. As long as the national political systemsExpand
National electoral cycles and European elections 1979 and 1984
Abstract How were the results of the European Elections related to national political patterns? This article adopts a cross-national comparative perspective. It concludes that government parties,Expand
Second–order elections
The composition of the directly elected European Parliament does not precisely reflect the ‘real’ balance of political forces in the European Community. As long as the national political systemsExpand
Analyzing Trends in West European Opinion: the Role of the Eurobarometer Surveys
The Eurobarometer surveys have played an important role in facilitating the analysis of political and social change. By providing a relatively long time series of cross-nationally consistent measuresExpand
NATIONAL POLITICAL PARTIES' MIDDLE LEVEL ELITES AND EUROPEAN INTEGRATION
National middle-level party elites have begun to claim control over their leadership's transnational engagements particularly since preparations for the first European Elections have greatlyExpand
Evolution of Environmental Attitudes in the European Community
The environmental problem is a complex, global and basic one which serves as a catalyser for the formation of new political preferences and value orientations. The salience of the environmental issueExpand
Eurobarometer : the dynamics of European public opinion : essays in honour of Jacques-René Rabier
Preface - Notes on the Contributors - Analyzing Trends in West European Opinion R.Inglehart & K.Reif - Public Opinion About the European Parliament O.Niedermayer - European Political Cooperation andExpand
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