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Leaders, groups, and coalitions

Leaders, groups, and coalitions

understanding the people and processes in foreign policymaking

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Published by Published by Blackwell Publishers for the International Studies Association in Malden, MA .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • International relations -- Decision making.,
  • Social groups.

  • Edition Notes

    Includes bibliographical references.

    Statementeditor, Margaret G. Hermann.
    SeriesInternational studies review ; v. 3, issue 2, International studies review (Malden, Mass.) ; v. 3, no. 2
    ContributionsHermann, Margaret G., International Studies Association.
    The Physical Object
    Paginationiv, 250 p. :
    Number of Pages250
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL16026701M

    In selectorate theory, three groups of people affect leaders. These groups are the nominal selectorate, the real selectorate, and the winning coalition. The nominal selectorate, also referred to as the interchangeables, includes every person who has some say in choosing the leader (for example, in an American presidential election, this is all registered voters). nominations, legislators do not form legislative long coalitions, but take the simpler path of selling policy piecemeal to private bidders Finally, several studies have found that reorganization of party coalitions on racial issues in the s and 50s sprang from demands of interest groups and activists within the party coalitions

    Coalition government stands as an alternative model to majoritarian governance, the latter being characterized by winner-take-all "first-past-the-post" electoral systems that favor clear distinctions between winners and losers. Not only can coalitions of legislative groups form governments in parliamentary systems but they can form in divisions of power as well. Background. Under the Bringing Theory to Practice Project in , 53 university and college presidents formed a national Leadership Coalition, committing their campuses to becoming models for what liberal education can offer—and most effectively formation of the Coalition was made possible with the support of the S. Engelhard Center, the Charles Engelhard Foundation, the.

    Coalitions are powerful. A coalition is a network of organizations (and sometimes just regular people) that work together to achieve a greater goal. Here are just a few of the major perks of a strong coalition: More people and groups help to broaden the promotion of events and push messages. A. Austin Justice Coalition is a Racial Justice Group that educates and builds community power for people of color who live in Austin, Texas that need support, community, and liberation during a time of systemic injustice in America.


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