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International vergleichende Parteienforschung

  • Thomas Poguntke
Part of the Uni-Taschenbücher / Probleme der Politik book series (2809, volume 1391)

Zusammenfassung

Parteien sind das zentrale Bindeglied zwischen staatlichen Institutionen und der Gesellschaft (Sartori 1976: 25). Die genaue Ausgestaltung dieser,Linkage, so der angelsächsische Begriff (Lawson 1980), hängt in erheblichem Maße von deren organisatorischen Eigenheiten ab. Folgerichtig ist die vergleichende Parteienforschung seit ihren Anfängen immer auch in besonderem Maße Parteiorganisationsforschung gewesen. Von frühen Einzelstudien mit komparativem Anspruch (Michels 1989) und grundlegenden theoretischen Arbeiten (Weber 1980: 837–51) über die klassischen Studien der 50er und 60er Jahre (Crotty 1968, Dahl 1966; Duverger 1964, Epstein 1967, Eldersveld 1964; Neumann 1956; Kirchheimer 1965) bis zu den theoretischen und empirischen Arbeiten jüngeren Datums (Panebianco 1988; Katz/Mair 1994; Katz/Mair 1995; Lawson/Merkl 1988); Morlino 1998; Poguntke 2000; Harmel/Janda 1994; Harmel/Janda 1982) hat ein erheblicher Teil der Parteienforschung organisatorischen Fragen besondere Aufmerksamkeit gewidmet.

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