Foundations of European Politics introduces important tools of social science and comparative analysis. The first part of the book acts as an introduction to the topic, looking at democratic politics and multilevel politics in Europe. The second part moves on to citizens and voters, considering issues related to ideology and voting decisions. Part III looks at elections and introduces electoral systems and direct democracy, representation, political parties, and party competition. The next part is about government and policy. The last part looks at the rule of law, democracy, and backsliding.
Keywords:Comparative European Politics, Social Science, European Democracy, Political Theory, Citizens, Voters, Elections, Political Parties, Governments, Public Policy
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- Front Matter
- 1. Introduction
- Part 1 Theoretical Foundations
- Part 2 Citizens and Voters
- Part 3 Elections and Parties
- Part 4 Governments and Policy
- Part 5 Rule of Law, Democracy, and Backsliding
- End Matter