Atlas électoral 2007
Qui vote quoi, où, comment ?
With Daniel Boy, Bruno Cautrès, Jean Chiche, Elisabeth Dupoirier, Florent Gougou, Gérard Grunberg, Florence Haegel, P. Jadot, Nonna Mayer, Janine Mossuz-Lavau, Anne Muxel, Jean-Luc Parodi, Christophe Piar, P. Platone, P. Purseigle, Henri Rey, Dominique Reynié, Luc Rouban, Nicolas Sauger, Etienne Schweisguth, Vincent Tiberj, P. Vedel
Electoral Atlas 2007
Who votes what, where, and how ?
What are the rules of the game when it comes to the presidential election in France ? What associations have the French made with the election for the last forty years ? What do we know of the profiles of the different electorates from the extreme left to the extreme right ? What are the political and electoral orientations of the different demographic and social milieus in France ? Many French voters today question the staging of the presidential election through the media, the polls, and the big issues which are driven by the overriding design of a political agenda. What can be done to make voters lean toward one side or the other ?
In response to all these questions, this ELECTORAL ATLAS intends to give the average citizen some strong clues and clear benchmarks in order to understand the vote, our vote.
A work realized under the direction of Pascal Perrineau with a team of researchers from the Center for Political Science Research at Sciences Po (Cevipof).
Les Mots des présidentiellesSpeaking of the Presidential Election
Sociologie plurielle des comportements politiques
Je vote, tu contestes, elle cherche...The Many-Faceted Sociology of Political Behaviour
I vote, you protest, she's still looking...
In homage to the pluralist political sociology practiced and defended by this French pioneer of experimental survey research, this volume provides an up-to-date overview of current research and major controversies in this field of political science today, thus also serving as an introduction to the analysis of political behaviour.
Les faux-semblants du Front national
Sociologie d'un parti politiqueThe False Pretences of the Front National
The sociology of a political party
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.