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Does place matter? A study of Norwegian local party support
(Stein Rokkan Centre for Social Studies, 2010-04)
This article seeks to identify and quantify variation in Norwegian local party support across different geographical entities. Drawing on the traditional political cleavage literature as well as the more recent literature ...
Hvis bare flere kunne stille! Politisk motivasjon blant kvinner og menn
(Stein Rokkan Centre for Social Studies, 2010-09)
The paper focuses on the supply side of local political recruitment processes in Norway. More precisely we are looking at gender differences in political motivation. At a general level we find that women are less motivated ...
Diversity, uniformity and urban political participation
(Stein Rokkan Centre for Social Studies, 2010-05)
Our paper aims to analyse the effects of heterogeneity/homogeneity on political participation in three metropolitan areas in Norway. One hypothesis is that socially and/or ethnically homogenous urban areas will have a ...
Nominering og konstituering i norske kommunar
(Stein Rokkan Centre for Social Studies, 2010-10)
This paper explores two crucial stages of the local political recruitment process: a) The nomination process, and b) the process whereby committee positions are allocated. Both processes are mainly controlled by political ...
Contextualizing candidate popularity: An analysis of the 2007 Norwegian local elections
(Stein Rokkan Centre for Social Studies, 2010-07)
Previous research suggests a number of candidate-level influences on candidate popularity like position on the party lists, political experience and social background. Questions about how party- and district-level variables ...