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by Jonathan Boston,Stephen Church,Stephen Levine,Elizabeth McLeay,Nigel S. Roberts


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Victoria University Press is New Zealand's leading publisher of new fiction and poetry, and a scholarly publisher specialising in NZ history, biography and essays

Victoria University Press is New Zealand's leading publisher of new fiction and poetry, and a scholarly publisher specialising in NZ history, biography and essays. Founded in the 1970s, VUP now has a backlist of over 200 books in print and issues on average 25 new titles every year. Jonathan Boston, Stephen Church, Stephen Levine, Elizabeth McLeay and Nigel S Roberts (eds). Left Turn: The New Zealand general election of 1999.

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Find nearly any book by Elizabeth McLeay. Get the best deal by comparing prices from over 100,000 booksellers. by Jonathan Boston, Stephen Church, Stephen Levine, Elizabeth McLeay, Nigel S. Roberts. ISBN 9780864734686 (978-0-86473-468-6) Softcover, Victoria University Press, 2004.

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Jonathan Boston, Stephen Levine, Elisabeth McLeay og Nigel S. Roberts, New Zealand Under MMP: A New Politics?, Auckland: Auckland University Press/ Bridget Williams Books, 1996, 206 . NZD 3. 5. oceedings{, title {Jonathan Boston, Stephen Levine, Elisabeth McLeay og Nigel S. author {J{o}rgen Elklit}, year {1996} }.

Stephen Levine was born in New York City in 1945. He has written extensively about New Zealand politics and elections

Stephen Levine was born in New York City in 1945. He received a bachelor's degree from City University of New York, a master's degree from American University, and a PhD from Florida State University. He has written extensively about New Zealand politics and elections. His books include Key to Victory: The New Zealand General Election of 2008, New Zealand As It Might Have Been, and Stardust and Substance: The New Zealand General Election of 2017.

Jonathan Boston, Stephen Levine, Elizabeth McLeay and Nigel S. Roberts are all political scientists at the Victoria .

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An examination of the votepulling powers of women candidates for Parliament in all the general elections in New Zealand since the end of the Second World War finds that female candidates for the Labour Party have done statistically significantly better than their male counterparts, but for National Party candidates the reverse is the case - men perform better than women.

Barker, Fiona, Jonathan Boston, Stephen Levine, Elizabeth McLeay and Nigel S. Roberts (2001) ‘An Initial Assessment of the . Electoral Commission (2002) The New Zealand Electoral Compendium, 3rd edn. Roberts (2001) ‘An Initial Assessment of the Consequences of MMP in New Zealand,’ in Matthew Soberg Shugart and Martin P. Wattenberg (eds), Mixed-Member Electoral Systems: The Best of Both Worlds. New York and Oxford: Oxford University Press. Wellington: Electoral Commission. Jackson, Keith and Alan McRobie (1998) New Zealand Adopts Proportional Representation: Accident?

Voters' Veto: the 2002 Election in New Zealand and the Consolidation of Minority Government. Auckland, New Zealand: Auckland University Press.

Boston, Jonathan (2003). Wellington: Victoria University Press. p. 22. ^ "Official Count Results - Electorate Status". Voters' Veto: the 2002 Election in New Zealand and the Consolidation of Minority Government. Boston, Jonathan, ed. (2003). Wellington : Victoria University Press.

Offering perspectives from New Zealand's party officials and organizers, as well as from parliamentary candidates, this book focuses on campaigning, both nationwide and in individual electorates. The impact of the media and of political advertising on voter perceptions and electoral choice is examined; how New Zealand parties select their candidates, and with what results, is explained; and the role of leaders in New Zealand’s politics and election campaigning is described. Included are copies of the coalition agreement signed between Labour and the Progressive Coalition, the agreement signed between that coalition and its supporting party, and the subsequent accord agreed to by the coalition and the Greens.
New Zealand Votes: The 2002 General Election download epub
Politics & Government
Author: Jonathan Boston,Stephen Church,Stephen Levine,Elizabeth McLeay,Nigel S. Roberts
ISBN: 0864734689
Category: Politics & Social Sciences
Subcategory: Politics & Government
Language: English
Publisher: Victoria University Press (April 1, 2004)
Pages: 432 pages