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  • Author:
    Anthony F. Heath,Roger M. Jowell,John K. Curtice
  • ISBN:
    019924510X
  • ISBN13:
    978-0199245109
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    Oxford University Press (July 19, 2001)
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    200 pages
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Home Browse Books Book details, The Rise of New Labour: Party Policies and Voter. The Rise of New Labour: Party Policies and Voter Choices. By Anthony F. Heath, Roger M. Jowell, John K. Curtice. Based on the authoritative British Election Surveys the book explores some of the key questions about contemporary British elections and the social and political factors that decide their outcomes. New Labour Triumphs: Britain at the Polls By Anthony King; David Denver; Iain McLean; Pippa Norris; Philip Norton; David Sanders; Patrick Seyd Chatham House Publishers, 1998.

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This major new work from the well-known team of Heath, Jowell and Curtice explores the rise of New Labour from the ruins of old Labour's four successive defeats at the hands of the Conservatives. Based on the authoritative British Election Surveys, the book examines key questions about contemporary British elections and the social and political factors that decide their This major new work from the well-known team of Heath, Jowell and Curtice explores the rise of New Labour from the ruins of old Labour's four successive defeats at the hands of the Conservatives.

This major new work from the well-known team of Heath, Jowell and Curtice explores the rise of New Labour from the ruins of old Labour's four successive defeats a. .

The authors of The Rise of New Labour describe the electoral experiments in the British political spectrum in this period, assess the reasons for their success and failure and . Anthony F. Jowell, and John K.

The authors of The Rise of New Labour describe the electoral experiments in the British political spectrum in this period, assess the reasons for their success and failure and discuss their implications in the framework of the underlying theories of electoral behaviour. The analyses in the book are based on the series of British Election Surveys (BESs) that have been undertaken immediately after every election since 1964 and on the 1992–97 British Election Panel Study (BEPS).

The rise of New Labour: Party policies and voter choices. AF Heath, RM Jowell, JK Curtice. Ethnic penalties in the labour market: Employers and discrimination. A Heath, I McLean, B Taylor, J Curtice. CDS 341, 1841239968, 2006.

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Anthony F. The following have contributed to this page: Prof Anthony F Heath. PDF generated on 04-Nov-2019 Create your own PDF summaries at ww. rowkudos. April 2001, Oxford University Press (OUP). DOI: 1. 093/0199245118. The authors haven't finished explaining this publication. Prof Anthony F Heath. University of Oxford.

This major new work from the well-known team of Heath, Jowell and Curtice explores the rise of New Labour from the ruins of old Labour's four successive defeats at the hands of the Conservatives. Based on the authoritative British Election Surveys, the book examines key questions about contemporary British elections and the social and political factors that decide their outcomes.