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Title The elections in Israel, 1992 [electronic resource] / edited by Asher Arian and Michal Shamir.
Publisher Albany : State University of New York Press
Creation Date c1995
Notes Description based upon print version of record.
Includes bibliographical references and index.
Content ""Front Matter ""
""Half Title Page ""
""Title Page ""
""Copyright Page ""
""Table of Contents ""
""List of Tables""
""List of Figures""
""Content ""
""PART I: Political Turnover""
""Two Reversals: Why 1992 Was Not 1977""
""I. Introduction""
""II. The Arithmetic of Reversal""
""III. Issues and Demography""
""IV. Who Went Where?""
""V. Wedge Issues""
""VI. More on the 1992 Election""
""VII. Conclusion""
""Modelling Victory in the 1992 Election""
""II. Elements of the Model: Factors in the 1992 Election""""Candidates""
""Perfarmance Evaluations""
""Party Attachment""
""The Social Basis of the Vote""
""III. The Model""
""IV. Empirical Results""
""Utility Parameters-Importance for the Individual Voter""
""Vote Probabilities: Party Blocs' Sources of Advantage""
""Dispersion of Vote Probabilities""
""The Sources of Electoral Turnover: 1992 versus 1988""
""V. Summary and Conclusion""
""PART II: Group Influences""
""Penetrating the System: The Politics of Collective Identities""
""I. Religious Parties""""II. Jewish Ethnic Parties""
""III. Arab Parties""
""IV. Women's Parties""
""V. Conclusion""
""Equal But Different? The Gender Gap in Israel's 1992 Elections""
""I. Political Activity""
""Political Efficacy""
""Discussion of Political Affairs""
""Partisan Affiliation""
""II. Opinions and Attitudes""
""Views on Peace and Security""
""Policy Preferences""
""Voting Preferences""
""III. Some Explanations""
""The Development Model""
""The Generational Model""
""The Autonomy Model""
""The Diffusion Model""
""IV. Conclusions""
""Shas-The Sephardic Torah Guardians: Religious ""Movement"" and Political Power""
""I. The Campaign: ""Imagining"" the Movement""
""II. Teshuva: Spiritual/Moral Movement""
""III. Blessings, Prayers, and a Charm""
""IV. Competition with Other Parties""
""V. The Elections to the 1992 Knesset""
""VI. Joining the Labor-led coalition""
""The Political Behavior of the Arabs in Israel in the 1992 Elections: Integration versus Segregation""
""I. Parliamentary Elections and Political Marginalization""
""II. From Passive to Active Participation""""III. The 1992 Elections""
""Political and Social Divisions""
""Religious Divisions""
""From Arab-Jewish to Arab Structure""
""Citizenship Issues""
""Voting Behavior""
""In the Aftermath of the Elections""
""IV. Concluding Remarks""
""Voting Trends of Recent Immigrants from the Former Soviet Union""
""II. The Electoral Power of the Immigrants""
""III. Determination of Political Positions""
""IV. Issues and Party Preferences""
""V. Trends in Party Preferences""
""VI. Influence of the Immigrants on the Election Results""
Series SUNY series in Israeli studies
Extent 1 online resource (340 p.)
Language English
National Library system number 997010701664205171

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