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The American Election 2012

Contexts and Consequences

  • Editors
  • R. Ward Holder
  • Peter B. Josephson
Book

Part of the Elections, Voting, Technology book series (EVT)

Table of contents

  1. Front Matter
    Pages i-xvi
  2. Introduction: The American Election 2012—Contexts and Consequences

    1. R. Ward Holder, Peter B. Josephson
      Pages 1-5
  3. The State of the Parties in 2012

  4. Emerging Strategies in the 2012 Campaign

  5. Implications of the 2012 Election: Domestic and Foreign Policies

About this book

Introduction

Elections capture a sense of national identity and imply a future direction for the nation. The book seeks to unravel how elections and policies act together dynamically by analyzing parties, strategies, foreign and domestic policies, and the role of religion in political dialogue.

Keywords

campaign election elections foreign policy gender national identity Policy prevention Protest reform The Republic

About the authors

Neal Allen, Assistant Professor of Political Science, Wichita State University, USA Robert G. Boatright, Associate Professor of Political Science, Clark University, USA Douglas M. Brattebo, Assistant Professor of Political Science, Hiram College, USA Mark D. Brewer, Associate Professor of Political Science, University of Maine, USA Anne Marie Cammisa, Georgetown University, USA Christopher Chapp, Assistant Professor of Political Science, University of Wisconsin Whitewater, USA Dante Chinni, American University, USA Daniel J. Daly, Associate Professor and Chair of Theology, Saint Anselm College, USA Terri Susan Fine, Professor of Political Science, University of Central Florida, USA Christopher J. Galdieri, Assistant Professor of Politics, Saint Anselm College, USA T. Lucas Hollar is Assistant Professor of Public Health at Nova Southeastern University, USA Jennifer C. Lucas, Associate Professor of Politics, Saint Anselm College, USA Bryan W. Marshall, Professor of Political Science, Miami University, USA Mark J. O'Gorman, Associate Professor of Political Science, Maryville College, USA Marc J. O'Reilly, Associate Professor of Political Science, Heidelberg University, USA Kevin Parsneau, Luke Perry is the Chair of the Department of Government and Politics and Luke Perry, Chair and Associate Professor of Government, Utica College, USA Richard J. Powell, Associate Professor of Political Science, University of Maine, USA

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