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  • Author(s) Geoffrey Evans
  • SubtitleClass Voting in Comparative Context
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  • Published1st November 1999
  • PublisherOxford University Press UK
  • ISBN9780198296348

Class Voting in Comparative Context

The last few decades has seen a prolonged debate over the nature and importance of social class as a basis for ideology, class voting and class politics. The prevailing assumption is that, in western societies, class inequalities are no longer important in determining political behaviour. In The End of Class Politics? leading scholars from the US, UK and Europe argue that the evidence on which the assumptions about the decline importance of class is based
is unfounded. Instead, the book argues that the class basis of political competition has to some degree evolved, but not declined. Furthermore, the social basis of political competition and sweeping claims
about the new politics of postindustrial society need to be re-examined.

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  • Author(s) Geoffrey Evans
  • SubtitleClass Voting in Comparative Context
  • Edition
  • Published1st November 1999
  • PublisherOxford University Press UK
  • ISBN9780198296348

Class Voting in Comparative Context

The last few decades has seen a prolonged debate over the nature and importance of social class as a basis for ideology, class voting and class politics. The prevailing assumption is that, in western societies, class inequalities are no longer important in determining political behaviour. In The End of Class Politics? leading scholars from the US, UK and Europe argue that the evidence on which the assumptions about the decline importance of class is based
is unfounded. Instead, the book argues that the class basis of political competition has to some degree evolved, but not declined. Furthermore, the social basis of political competition and sweeping claims
about the new politics of postindustrial society need to be re-examined.
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