Written by one of the top scholars in the field, this text will help readers understand the continued disengagement of American citizens from the electoral process, as well as the reasons for the ongoing ideological realignment of the Democratic and Republican parties. In the process, students are introduced to some of the theoretical approaches and analytic techniques commonly used in research on elections and voting behavior.
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Alan I. Abramowitz is the Alben W. Barkley Professor of Political Science at Emory University. He received his PhD in Political Science from Stanford University in 1976 and specializes in American elections, voting behavior, and public opinion. He has published more than 40 articles in scholarly journals including The American Political Science Review, The American Journal of Political Science, and The Journal of Politics. He is co-author of several books on electoral politics in the United States, including The Life of Parties (with John McGlennon and Ronald Rapoport), Nomination Politics (with Walter Stone), and Senate Elections (with Jeffrey Segal).
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