Party discipline and parliamentary politics amazonde kam christopher j fremdsprachige bucher wahlen sie ihre cookie einstellungen wir verwenden cookies und ahnliche tools um ihr einkaufserlebnis zu verbessern um unsere dienste anzubieten um zu verstehen wie die kunden unsere dienste nutzen damit wir verbesserungen vornehmen konnen und um werbung anzuzeigen. Christopher kam in his recent book party discipline and parliamentary politics turns the question around and asks what explains cohesion in the first place his answer is nuanced he argues that parliamentary representatives in westminster systems vote together with their party for three main reasons 1 they want to advance their careers 2 they can be effectively disciplined and 3 they have internalised norms of party loyalty and solidarity these three mechanisms come into play at . Party leaders therefore rely on a mixture of strategies to offset these electoral pressures from offering mps advancement to threatening discipline and ultimately relying on a long run process of socialization to temper their mps dissension kam reveals the underlying structure of party unity in modern westminster parliamentary politics and drives home the point that social norms and socialization reinforce rather than displace appeals to mps self interest. Cambridge university press 978 0 521 51829 1 party discipline and parliamentary politics christopher j kam excerpt more information 1 introduction yet day after day with a prussian discipline british mps trooped into the division lobbies at the signals of their whips and in the service of the authoritarian decisions of their parliamentary parties . Cambridge core comparative politics party discipline and parliamentary politics by christopher j kam pathways to party unity sanctions loyalty homogeneity and division of labour in the dutch parliament party politics vol 17 issue 5 p 655 crossref google scholar takayasu kensuke 2011 party cohesion and candidate selection procedures in contemporary britain changing
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