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  • Author:
    John R. Greenaway,John Street,Steve Smith
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    Routledge (January 1, 1992)
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Steve Smith (Author), John Street (Author) & 1 more. Deciding Factors in British Politics" looks at the questions at the heart of politics and asks how British governments decide on the answers.

Steve Smith (Author), John Street (Author) & 1 more. Among them are the nuclear power programme and government AIDS policy.

Deciding factors in British politics: A case study approach. J Greenaway, SM Smith, J Street. Theories of the impact of mass media. Local differences? Popular music and the local state.

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The previous chapters have told a detailed story of the politics of Drink in Britain over a long period. Deciding Factors in British Politics: a Case-studies Approach. Temperance Reform The Heart of the Empire, [1st publ.

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Steve Smith has a BSc in Politics and International Studies, an MSc in. .

Steve Smith has a BSc in Politics and International Studies, an MSc in International Studies and a PhD in International Relations, all from the University of Southampton. International Relations: British and American Approaches", (Blackwell, 1985).

"Deciding Factors in British Politics" looks at the questions at the heart of politics and asks how British governments decide on the answers. The book provides students with a wide variety of case studies from the mid-1950s to the present, illustrating different aspects of political life. Among them are the nuclear power programme and government AIDS policy. This detailed material on the practical results of institutional behaviour is combined with a comprehensive and approachable review of the key theoretical perspectives on decision-making, encouraging readers to think analytically about the processes of policy making, and to test their analyses against the known details of actual decisions. Theories which relate particularly to British politics are discussed, but the book reaches wider, to work from the US and from international relations. In the final chapter, the theoretical and practical elements of the book are synthesyzed to provide a more detailed critique of how politics works. This book should be of interest to students of British politics, government and public administration.