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The Political Origins of Racial Census Elections. Systematic, Quantitative Political Science in South Africa: the Road Less Travelled. Macdonald, Geoffrey 2015. Racial Politics and Campaign Strategy in South Africa's 2009 Election. Politikon, Vol. 42, Issue. 40, Issue.

This book explores the political sources of these outcomes. Series: Cambridge Studies in Comparative Politics.

Post-apartheid South African elections have borne an unmistakable racial imprint: Africans vote for one set of parties, whites support a different set of parties, and with few exceptions, there is no crossover voting between groups. These voting tendencies have solidified the dominance of the ruling African National Congress (ANC) over South African politics and turned South African elections into "racial censuses. This book explores the political sources of these outcomes. File: PDF, . 3 MB. Читать онлайн.

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Cambridge University Press. Karen Ferree is an Assistant Professor of Political Science at University of California, San Diego. It argues that although the beginnings of these patterns lie in South Africa's past, in the effects apartheid had on voters' beliefs about race and destiny and the reputations parties forged during this period, the endurance of the census reflects the ruling party's ability to use the powers of office to prevent the opposition from evolving away from its apartheid-era. She has traveled extensively in Africa, particularly South Africa.

Hardcover Book, 291 pages. Description It argues that although the beginnings of these patterns lie in South Africa's past, in the effects apartheid had on voters' beliefs about race and destiny and the reputations parties forged. Post-apartheid South African elections have borne an unmistakable racial imprint: Africans vote for one set of parties, whites support a different set of parties, and with few exceptions, there is no crossover voting between groups.

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Framing the Race in South Africa : The Political Origins of Racial Census Elections.

Post-apartheid South African elections have borne an unmistakable racial imprint: Africans vote for one set of parties, whites support a different set of parties, and with few exceptions, there is no crossover voting between groups. These voting tendencies have solidified the dominance of the ruling African National Congress (ANC) over South African politics and turned South African elections into "racial censuses." This book explores the political sources of these outcomes. It argues that although the beginnings of these patterns lie in South Africa's past, in the effects apartheid had on voters' beliefs about race and destiny and the reputations parties forged during this period, the endurance of the census reflects the ruling party's ability to use the powers of office to prevent the opposition from evolving away from its apartheid-era party label. By keeping key opposition parties "white," the ANC has rendered them powerless, solidifying its hold on power in spite of an increasingly restive and dissatisfied electorate.
Framing the Race in South Africa: The Political Origins of Racial Census Elections (Cambridge Studies in Comparative Politics) download epub
Politics & Government
Author: Karen E. Ferree
ISBN: 0521765099
Category: Politics & Social Sciences
Subcategory: Politics & Government
Language: English
Publisher: Cambridge University Press (November 15, 2010)
Pages: 312 pages