By Alain-G. Gagnon,Brian Tanguay
Canadian events in Transition examines the transformation of celebration politics in Canada and the potential form the get together process could take up the close to destiny. With chapters written by means of an excellent workforce of political scientists, the publication provides a multi-faceted snapshot of occasion dynamics, electoral behaviour, political advertising and marketing, and consultant democracy.
The fourth variation has been completely up-to-date and comprises fifteen new chapters and a number of other new members. the hot fabric covers subject matters resembling the go back to energy of the Liberal get together, vote casting politics in Quebec, ladies in Canadian political events, political campaigning, electronic celebration politics, and municipal occasion politics.
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