La politique en France et en Europe

La politique en France et en Europe

Politics in France and in Europe

Are politics done differently in France ? The sharp criticisms of political elites and the mounting strength of protest votes over the last several years are proof of a serious representational crisis in France. Whether a sign of decline or maladjustment to globalization, this crisis seems to indicate that nothing is done in France in quite the same way as in other European countries.

But isn't Europe itself a blend of national singularities? One might wonder whether a common basis for values and representations does indeed exist, and whether it is possible to take European integration any further given that cultures and national political practices seem to be so different from one another.

Using the results of the European Social Survey inquiry (winner of the Descartes prize, 2005), a team of political scientists seeks to evaluate French specificity, and to measure to what extent political Europe really exists.

Based on a course taught at CEVIPOF (Centre for Political Research of Sciences Po), this work contains rigorous analyses of politics in France and in Europe, as structured by values, attitudes, demographic and social categories, as well as partisan allegiances. It is aimed equally at students and at anyone with an interest in politics.

Pascal Perrineau is a senior Professor and Head of CEVIPOF (Centre for Political Research at Sciences Po). Luc Rouban is a Research Director at CEVIPOF and is affiliated to the CNRS.
The following also contributed to this work : Daniel Boy, Jean-Marie Donegani, Emiliano Grossman, Guy Groux, Florence Haegel, Nonna Mayer, Arnaud Mercier, Janine Mossuz-Lavau, Anne Muxel, Henri Rey, Étienne Schweisguth.

Nonna Mayer

Centre d'études européennes - Sciences Po

Nonna MAYER, directrice de recherche émérite au CNRS, Centre d'études européennes de Sciences Po (CEE).


http://www.cee.sciences-po.fr/fr/le-centre/equipe-de-recherche/60-nonna-mayer.html


Les faux-semblants du Front national
Sociologie d'un parti politique
The False Pretences of the Front National
The sociology of a political party
Sylvain Crépon, Alexandre Dézé, Nonna Mayer
Since Marine Le Pen was elected president of the Front National in 2011, the party has broken all its electoral records, attracted an unprecedented number of new supporters, and elected the most officials ever in its history. But has the party truly changed? Fundamentally, the answer is no. This is the conclusion of the thorough investigation.



Les inaudibles
Sociologie politique des précaires
Céline Braconnier, Nonna Mayer



Les mondes agricoles en politique
De la fin des paysans au retour de la question agricole
Bertrand Hervieu, Nonna Mayer, Pierre Muller, P. Purseigle, Jacques Rémy



Le nouveau désordre électoral
The New Electoral Disorder
Bruno Cautrès, Nonna Mayer
Based on a Series of studies and especially on the 2002 French Election Panel, the authors have drawn up the paths and meanders of the four rounds of the 2002 election that was not quite like any other, to draw a portrait of French election behaviour.



La démocratie à l'épreuve
Une nouvelle approche de l'opinion des Français
Gérard Grunberg, Nonna Mayer, Paul M. Sniderman



L'électeur a ses raisons
Daniel Boy, Nonna Mayer



Le Front national à découvert
Nonna Mayer, Pascal Perrineau



L'électeur français en questions
Daniel Boy, Nonna Mayer






L'univers politique des classes moyennes
Gérard Grunberg, Georges Lavau, Nonna Mayer





Contributions:

L'Enjeu mondial.
Populismes au pouvoir
Global issues
Populisms in Power
Alain Dieckhoff, Christophe Jaffrelot, Elise Massicard
This book looks at the way in which populists come to power, how they use it, and how they keep it. It examines that social foundations of "populist powers" as well as the forces that resist them. Indeed, populism can also be merely temporary, quickly curtailed by strong institutions able to protect the rule of law.



La Ve République démystifiée
The 5th Republic Demystified
Olivier Duhamel, Martial Foucault, Mathieu Fulla, Marc Lazar
This unbiased portrait, provided by economists, historians, political scientists, and legal scholars, shows that in its sixty years of existence, the 5th French Republic has only survived by transforming itself.



Institutions, élections, opinion
Mélanges en l'honneur de Jean-Luc Parodi
Institutions, Elections and Public Opinion
Yves Déloye, Alexandre Dézé, Sophie Maurer
A major figure of French political science, Jean-Luc Parodi has significantly influenced the discipline, whether intellectually thanks to his pioneering studies, institutionally, or even individually, due to his personality. These texts pay tribute to the intellectual and the man himself.



La France dans les comparaisons internationales
Guide d'accès aux grandes enquêtes statistiques en sciences sociales
France in international comparisons
Access guide to the major statistical surveys in the social sciences
Alain Chenu, Laurent Lesnard
The comparative approach has become an indispensable tool for the production of knowledge. This manual aims to facilitate access for students / researchers / teachers to methods, data and comparative studies in France, Europe and the United States.



Atlas électoral 2007
Qui vote quoi, où, comment ?
Electoral Atlas 2007
Who votes what, where, and how ?
Pascal Perrineau









Also of interest

Votez tous pour moi !
Les campagnes électorales de Jacques Blanc en Languedoc-Roussillon (1986-2004)
Vote for me !
Yves Pourcher

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Political Science : Political facts
Political Science : Political Life
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