A Global Effect
Local or national, disputed or acclaimed, elections take up an important space in a country's mindset. Elections can lead to changes in political, economic, social and other vital aspects of the local and global community. Below, Palgrave Macmillan offers research on elections around the world, from the Americas to Asia and in-between.
From Our Authors
Hear from Palgrave authors and editors on their research in politics and elections.
Elections Articles from Palgrave Journals
Read our specially selected articles free until 30th May 2018:
- Gaining voice in the mass media: The effect of parties’ strategies on party–issue linkages in election news coverage
- Muslims as outsiders, enemies, and others: The 2016 presidential election and the politics of religious exclusion
- Legitimacy Troubles and the Performance of Power in the 2016 US Presidential Election
- Jeremy Corbyn confounds his critics: explaining the Labour party’s remarkable resurgence in the 2017 election
- The influence of legislators’ endorsements in party leadership elections
- An atypical ‘honeymoon’ election? Contextual and strategic opportunities in the 2017 French legislative elections
- A new party system in the making? The 2017 French presidential election
- ‘The elephant in the room’ no more: Europe as a structuring line of political cleavage in the 2017 presidential election
Free Book Chapters
Read a chapter from each of the following books for free until May 30, 2018.
Including titles of note from Palgrave Macmillan.
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