Book , Online in English

The elections in Israel, 1996

edited by Asher Arian and Michal Shamir.
  • Albany, NY : State University of New York Press, 1999.
  • 1 online resource (viii, 318 pages) : illustrations.
Subjects
Genre
  • Electronic books.
Series
Contents
  • Elections as a battleground over collective identity / Baruch Kimmerling
  • Collective identity in the 1996 election / Michal Shamir & Asher Arian
  • Religion and the politics of inclusion : the success of the ultra-orthodox parties / Gideon Doron and Rebecca Kook
  • The odd group out : the Arab-Palestinian vote in the 1996 elections / Ilana Kaufman and Rachel Israeli
  • Determining factors of the vote among immigrants from the former Soviet Union / Tamar Horowitz
  • 'Old' versus 'new' politics in the 1996 elections / Yael Yishai
  • The electoral consequences of political reform : in search of the center of the Israeli party system / Reuven Y. Hazan
  • The Likud's double campaign : between the devil and the deep blue sea / Jonathan Mendilow
  • Peres the leader, Peres the politician / Michal Yaniv
  • The party primaries and their political consequences / Gideon Rahat & Neta Sher-Hadar
  • The bias of pluralism : the redistributive effects of the new electoral law / David Nachmias & Itai Sened
  • Balance in election coverage / Asher Arian, Gabriel Weimann, & Gadi Wolfsfeld.
Other information
  • Includes bibliographical references and index.
Additional form
ISBN
  • 0585284806
  • 9780585284804
  • 9780791442371
  • 0791442373
  • 9780791442388
  • 0791442381
  • Alternate version: 0791442373
Identifying numbers
  • OCLC: 45729503
  • OCLC: 45729503