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Pekkanen, Robert

Japan Decides 2012

Pekkanen, Robert - Japan Decides 2012, ebook

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Table of contents

Part I. Introduction

1. Introduction
Robert Pekkanen, Steven R. Reed, Ethan Scheiner

2. Japanese Politics Between the 2009 and 2012 Elections
Robert Pekkanen, Steven R. Reed

3. Keeping It Together: Party Unity and the 2012 Election
Benjamin Nyblade

4. The 2012 Election Results: The LDP Wins Big by Default
Steven R. Reed, Ethan Scheiner, Daniel M. Smith, Michael F. Thies

Part II. Political Parties

5. The LDP’s Path Back to Power
Masahisa Endo, Robert Pekkanen, Steven R. Reed

6. The Remains of the DPJ
Robert J. Weiner

7. Challenging the Two-Party System: Third Force Parties in the 2012 Election
Steven R. Reed

8. Komeito—The First “Third Force”
Axel Klein

Part III. Campaigning, Candidates, and Districts

9. Candidate Recruitment for the 2012 Election: New Parties, New Methods … Same Old Pool of Candidates?
Daniel M. Smith

10. New Inter-election Campaigning Tools
Kuniaki Nemoto

11. Malapportionment and the 2012 House of Representatives Election
Ray Christensen

12. What the 2012 Lower House Elections Has to Say about Japan’s Urban-Rural Divide
Kay Shimizu

13. Campaign Finance Irregularities, Sex Scandals, and the Election
Matthew Carlson

14. Women Candidates and Political Parties in Election 2012
Sherry Martin Murphy

Part IV. Governance and Policy

15. Foreign Policy as an Election Issue
Paul Midford

16. Election Surprise: Abenomics and Central Bank Independence Trump Nationalism and Fukushima
Yves Tiberghien

17. Right Rising? Ideology and the 2012 House of Representatives Election
Christian G. Winkler

18. Farmers, Agricultural Policies, and the Election
Aurelia George Mulgan

19. Governance with a Twist: How Bicameralism Affects Japanese Lawmaking
Michael F. Thies, Yuki Yanai

Keywords: Political Science and International Relations, Asian Politics, Political Science, International Relations, Political Communication, Electoral Politics, Public Policy

Editor
 
 
Publisher
Springer
Publication year
2013
Language
en
Edition
1
Page amount
279 pages
Category
Society
Format
Ebook
eISBN (PDF)
9781137346124
Printed ISBN
978-1-349-46765-5

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