Le nouveau désordre électoral

Le nouveau désordre électoral

The New Electoral Disorder

In France and particularly during the electoral "storm" of April 2002, when Lionel Jospin the socialist was beaten in the presidential election by the extreme right-wing candidate, Jean-Marie Le Pen, as in most major western democracies, abstention rates are beating all records, electoral volatility is growing, the vote for outside parties is increasing, voters decide later and later whom they will vote for and results seem less and less predictable and even contradictory. Based on a Series of studies and especially on the 2002 French Election Panel, the biggest study ever carried out in France, a team of researchers has drawn up the paths and meanders of the four rounds of the 2002 election that wasn't quite like any other, to draw a portrait of French election behaviour. This book points out a new election order calling for new thinking on future French elections.



Bruno Cautrès

Bruno CAUTRÈS est chercheur CNRS au Centre de recherches politiques de Sciences Po (CEVIPOF) et enseignant à Sciences Po.


http://www.cevipof.msh-paris.fr/chercheurs/chercheurs_fiches/cautres.html


Le vote des Français de Mitterrand à Sarkozy
1988-1995-2002-2007
French Voters' Choices From Mitterrand to Sarkozy
Éric Belanger, Bruno Cautrès, Martial Foucault, Michael S. Lewis-Beck, Richard Nadeau
Based on a unique comparative analysis of four French presidential contests over the last two decades, this book is an original and comprehensive study of the sociological and psychological forces driving French voters' choices.



La Turquie en Europe
L'opinion des Européens et des Turcs
Turkey in Europe
European and Turkish Opinion
Bruno Cautrès, Nicolas Monceau
The glance of the Turks on Europe and their disenchantment with the reluctance of Europeans are the original angle of this book which offers a cross-analysis of the evolution of European and Turkish point of views.



Les Français, des Européens comme les autres ?
Daniel Boy, Bruno Cautrès, Nicolas Sauger



Comment les électeurs font-ils leur choix ?
Le Panel électoral français 2007
How the voters make their choice ?
French Electoral Panel 2007
Bruno Cautrès, Anne Muxel
In following the behavior of the same voters over the long term, during and after the election, this electoral panel study afforded the opportunity to trace the course of the vote and in so doing, to better understand the dynamics of an election.











Contributions:

La Ve République démystifiée
Olivier Duhamel, Martial Foucault, Mathieu Fulla, Marc Lazar



Le Vote disruptif
Les élections présidentielle et législatives de 2017
The disruptive vote
The presidential and legislative elections of 2017
Pascal Perrineau
A process of creative destruction of a rare intensity swept through the French political system during the 2017 elections, comparable to a devastated battleground. After the storm, now comes the time for analysis and the first research results.



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.



Le Vote normal
Les élections présidentielle et législatives d'avril-mai-juin 2012
Normal Votes
The Presidential and Legislative Elections of April, May and June 2012
Pascal Perrineau



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









Also of interest

Le vote européen 2004-2005
De l'élargissement au référendum français
The European Vote 2004-2005
Pascal Perrineau

Series

Académique

Subjects

Sociology : Electoral Sociology
Sociology : Political Sociology

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