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14. 10. 2013
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An international seminar connected with the introduction of the Institute for Public Affairs' (IVO) publication Alternative Politics? The Rise of New Parties in Central Europe, edited by Grigorij Mesežnikov, Oľga Gyárfášová and Zora Bútorová.
Akce
14. 10. 2013
Publikum
With the support of the programme 'Europe for Citizens' of the European Union.
Publikace
Authors: Vašát, Petr, Daniel Čermák
The goal of this paper is to describe linguistic and issue differences in election manifestos of the parties involved in the Czech 2012 regional election and contribute to a better understanding of second-order election (SOE) theory on a discursive level. The year 2012 brought tw...
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Authors: Kennedy, Fiachra, Pat Lyons, Peter Fitzgerald
In this article we examine the opinion structure of Irish Labour party members and supporters. Our purpose is to test May's law of curvilinear disparity by dividing party members into two groups as outlined by Kitschelt. By focusing on ideological differences within political...
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Authors: Kostelecký, Tomáš, Jehlička, Petr
The article analyses the fortunes of the Geens in the 2002 General Election in the Czech Republic. The path of development ofthe Greens from the promissing party with good brand name and unkown and somewhat sus...
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Authors: Šimon, Martin
The article focuses on Czech/German ethnic boundary from former interwar Czechoslovakia and its persistence (or transience) in electoral behaviour in selected post-1989 elections. In the analytical part of the article links between populations in regions and electoral r...
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Authors: Seidlová, Adéla, Jan Červenka, Daniel Kunštát
The paper presents data related to the 2002 elections to the Chamber of Deputies from a research realized within the program of The Comparative Study of Electoral Systems.
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Authors: Linek, Lukáš, Zdenka Mansfeldová
The text focuses on the impact of European integration on Czech party system. European integration has undoubtedly influenced Czech political parties, but the influence has neither been destabilizing nor instrumental in the formation of new parties. European issues, both in terms...
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Authors: Linek, Lukáš, Pat Lyons
There has been much scholarly debate over the measurement of party identification and the degree to which closeness to parties is an enduring stable attitude. This research investigates an important puzzle where two post-European election surveys undertaken during June 2004 yield...
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Authors: Vlachová, Klára, Mary Stegmaier
The study describes the background (including electoral system reform and campaign before election) and results of 2002 election to the Chamber of Deputies in the Czech Republic, and subsequent government formation.
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Authors: Jehlička, Petr, Tomáš Kostelecký, Luděk Sýkora

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