7 edition of Reassessing the incumbency effect found in the catalog.
Reassessing the incumbency effect
Jeffrey M. Stonecash
Includes bibliographical references and index.
|Statement||Jeffrey M. Stonecash.|
|LC Classifications||JK1965 .S76 2008|
|The Physical Object|
|ISBN 10||9780521515511, 9780521733229|
|LC Control Number||2008014098|
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Use features like bookmarks, note taking and highlighting while reading Reassessing the Incumbency cturer: Cambridge University Press. Part I. An Increased Incumbency Effect: Reconsidering Evidence: 1. An increased incumbency effect and American politics; 2.
The consensus about a greater incumbency effect; 3. The trend in incumbent vote percentages; 4. Cumulative career changes; 5.
The retirement slump; Part II. Realignment and the Fortunes of (Some) Incumbents: : $ An increased incumbency effect and American politics --The consensus about a greater incumbency effect --The trend in incumbent vote percentages --Cumulative career changes --The retirement slump --An alternative framework: the role of realignment --A partisan view of incumbent percentages --The role of realignment --Conclusions and implications.
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An Increased Incumbency Effect and American Politics 3 2. The Consensus about a Greater Incumbency Effect 11 3. The Trend in Incumbent Vote Percentages 18 4. Cumulative Career Changes 32 5.
The Retirement Slump 53 part ii: realignment and the fortunes of (some) incumbents 6. Reassessing the Incumbency Effect by Jeffrey M. Stonecash He shows that Demo- crats and Republicans are wired similarly, from their reelection motivation (Chapter 1) to their ability to be blown off course by wars and other nation- changing events (Chapters 12 and 13).
an increased incumbency effect and american politics 5. based less on issues and partisan inclinations and more on good feel- ings toward the individual member. This reduces the role of issues and policy votes in voting decisions. Incumbency Effect. the tendency of those already holding office to win reelection- tends to be stronger for the house members rather than the senate.
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