סדרה 20 (V 3577): הבחירות לכנסת העשרים - 2015.
הספרייה הלאומית (יוצר האוסף)Poster
The elections in Israel 2015 / edited by Michal Shamir and Gideon Rahat.
Shamir, Michal, 1951- (editor)
Rahat, Gideon (editor)
ha-Makhon ha-Yiśreʼeli le-demoḳraṭyah
New York, NY : Transaction Publishers
Jerusalem : The Israel Democracy Institute
Includes bibliographical references and index.
1. Introduction / Gideon Rahat -- pt. I The Party System: Comparative Institutional Perspectives -- 2. The Decline of the Large Mainstream Parties / Or Tuttnauer -- 3. Apples and Oranges: Putting Electoral Thresholds in Context / Liran Harsgor -- pt. II Political Parties and Voters -- 4. A Ruling Party versus a Party Aspiring to Leadership: Likud and Jewish Home in the 2015 Elections / Menachem Lazar -- 5. Joint but Excluded: The Joint List in the 2015 Elections / Daniel Zucker -- 6. Immigrants from the Former Soviet Union and Israeli Politics: at a Crossroads / Reut Itzkovitch-Malka -- 7. Taken Captive by the Collective Identity Cleavage: Left and Right in the 2015 Elections / Raphael Ventura -- pt. III Political Communication -- 8. Political Personalization Online: Parties and Politicians in the 2015 Elections / Gideon Rahat -- 9. Attitudes toward Media, Perceived Media Influence, and Changes in Voting Intentions in the 2015 Elections / Yariv Tsfati -- 10. Surveys and Election Forecasts in a World of Social Media and Party Dealignment / Camil Fuchs.
vii, 271 pages
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