Interpreting environments: Interest group response to population ecology pressures
Important articles in this Journal by Nownes in 2004 and Nownes and Lipinksi in 2005 demonstrate that 'population ecology' approaches are now central to interest group studies. Partly at least this move to study at population level is a consequence of the numbers of such organizations. Party scholars typically deal with far fewer cases and sui generis discussion is more defensible. Ecology seems to offer a handle on the thousands of cases that exist in the interest group field. Nownes and...[Show more]
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