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Perrineau, Pascal

The 2012 French Election

Perrineau, Pascal - The 2012 French Election, ebook

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Table of contents

1. Introduction
Pascal Perrineau

Part I. Perceptions of the Campaign

2. Predetermined Issues in the 2012 Presidential Election
Gilles Finchelstein

3. The Candidates: Crystallized Images
Daniel Boy, Jean Chiche

4. Information Gathering and Campaign Following Among Voters: The Paradox of Electoral Campaigns
Thierry Vedel

Part II. Voter Mobility and Mobilization

5. Electoral Turnout: Mobilization in All Its Diversity
Anne Muxel

6. Fluctuations on the Left
Flora Chanvril, Henri Rey

7. Shifts in Voting Decisions on the Right: From a Centripetal Victory to a Centrifugal Defeat
Bruno Cautrès, Sylvie Strudel

8. Fluctuations between the Left and the Right: Expressions of Protest that Benefitted François Hollande
Anne Muxel

9. Fluctuations at the Center: A Short-Lived and Fragile Breakthrough for François Bayrou
Pierre Bréchon

Part III. Making a Voting Choice

10. The Moment of Electoral Choice
Pascal Perrineau, Brice Teinturier

11. The Impact of Issues on Electoral Choice
Dominque Reynié

12. Narrowing the Gap in the Second Round or the ‘Referenda’ of the May 6, 2012
Jérôme Jaffré

Part IV. Expectations of the Incoming President

13. Expectations of the New President
Mariette Sineau, Bruno Cautrès

14. A Review of the First Hundred Days: A ‘Normal’ Presidency at a Time of Unprecedented Crisis
Jérôme Fourquet

15. Conclusion
Pascal Perrineau

Keywords: Political Science and International Relations, European Politics, Electoral Politics, Democracy, Political Sociology, Demography, Methodology of the Social Sciences

Editor
Publisher
Springer
Publication year
2016
Language
en
Edition
1
Series
Europe in Transition - The NYU European Studies Series
Category
Society
Format
Ebook
eISBN (PDF)
9781349949571
Printed ISBN
978-1-349-94956-4

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