• Corpus ID: 153047081

Political parties and ideologies in Canada

  title={Political parties and ideologies in Canada},
  author={William A. Jr. Christian and Colin Shea Campbell},

Political Time in a Westminster Democracy: The Canadian Case

ABSTRACT Stephen Skowronek’s idea of political time is tested by applying it to Canada. Skowronek identified a recurring cycle in US presidential politics, in which a coalition was forged around a

Toward a Grand Theory of the Study of Canadian Political Thought

One of the most challenging aspects of the study of Canadian political thought is its apparent lack of a clear consensus (perhaps in the form of a “grand theory”) that provides it with more

The Propensity to Reform: The United States, Australia, New Zealand, and Canada Compared

The outcome of the 2008 election in the United States (occurring amidst near financial collapse) raised the possibility of a revival of the Progressive-New Deal-Great Society reform tradition. To be

The Origins of Political Attitudes and Behaviours: An Analysis Using Twins

Abstract. This article provides a behaviour genetic heritability analysis of several political issues, including social and economic conservatism, general interest in politics, attitudes toward the

The Personal Is Not Political: The Progressive Conservative Response to Social Issues

The American religious right is often taken as the paradigmatic illustration of how conservatives responded to contestation over social issues such as same-sex rights and abortion. This article

"A statesmanlike measure with a partisan tail" : the development of the nineteenth-century Dominion Electoral Franchise

In Canada, the vote represents the principal avenue for political participation. Between Confederation in 1867 and the end of the nineteenth century, Canada's federal franchise law the law that

L’effondrement du parti progressiste-conservateur à l’élection de 1993

La presente etude applique un modele de vote permettant de mieux comprendre l’effondrement du Parti progressiste-conservateur a l’election federale de 1993. Ce modele repose sur l’idee selon laquelle

The politics of official apologies

1. Toward a membership theory of apologies 2. History of national memberships in Australia, Canada, New Zealand, and the United States 3. To apologize or not to apologize: national histories and

Five Immigrant Waves: Their Ideological Orientations and Partisan Reverberations

This article identifies five waves of Canadian immigration over four centuries and connects them with their dominant political outlooks and partisan expressions. Taking a panoramic historical