Book , Print in English

The elections in Israel, 1992

edited by Asher Arian and Michal Shamir.
  • Albany : State University of New York Press, ©1995.
  • ix, 326 pages : illustrations; 24 cm.
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Contents
  • Introduction / Michal Shamir and Asher Arian
  • 1. Two Reversals: Why 1992 Was Not 1977 / Asher Arian and Michal Shamir
  • 2. Modelling Victory in the 1992 Election / Ron Shachar and Michal Shamir
  • 3. Penetrating the System: The Politics of Collective Identities / Hanna Herzog
  • 4. Equal But Different? The Gender Gap in Israel's 1992 Elections / Yael Yishai
  • 5. Shas - The Sephardic Torah Guardians: Religious "Movement" and Political Power / Aaron P. Willis
  • 6. The Political Behavior of the Arabs in Israel in the 1992 Elections: Integration versus Segregation / Majid Al-Haj
  • 7. Voting Trends of Recent Immigrants from the Former Soviet Union / Aharon Fein
  • 8. The PLO and the 1992 Elections - A Skillful Participant? / Hillel Frisch
  • 9. U.S.-Israel Relations and Israel's 1992 Elections / Barry Rubin
  • 10. The 1992 Campaign: Valence and Position Dimensions / Jonathan Mendilow
  • 11. Voters as Consumers: Audience Perspectives on the Election Broadcasts / Gadi Wolfsfeld.
  • 12. Caveat Populi Quaestor: The 1992 Preelections Polls in the Israeli Press / Gabriel Weimann
  • 13. The Rise of Instrumental Voting: The Campaign for Political Reform / Tamar Hermann
  • 14. Reforming Israel's Voting Schemes / Gideon Doron and Barry Kay.
Other information
  • Includes bibliographical references and index.
ISBN
  • 0791421759 (hard)
  • 0791421767 (pbk.)
Identifying numbers
  • LCCN: 93049761 //r94
  • OCLC: 29636199