A comparative study of electoral behaviour in Australia and New Zealand
Studies which make explicit and substantial cross-national comparisons of electoral behaviour are rare. This thesis involves an intensive and extensive empirical analysis of electoral behaviour in Australia and New Zealand set in a wider cross-national framework. Relying principally but not wholly upon sample survey data, the study investigates trends in mass political attitudes and behaviour since the 1960s against a background of the electoral histories of Australia and New Zealand...[Show more]
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