Contemporary British Politics ePub download
by Bill Coxall; Lynton Robins
- ISBN: 0333340469
- ISBN13: 978-0333340462
- ePub: 1499 kb | FB2: 1244 kb
- Language: English
- Category: Politics & Government
- Publisher: PALGRAVE MACMILLAN (1989)
- Pages: 563
- Rating: 4.6/5
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Bill Coxall, Senior Lecturer in Humanities, Brighton University. I compared some text books, included Politics UK, British Politics in Focus etc, I found this one most suitable for A Level students
Bill Coxall, Senior Lecturer in Humanities, Brighton University. Lynton Robins, Coordinator for Public Policy, De Montfort University, Leicester. Robert Leach, Principal Lecturer in Government, Leeds Metropolitan University. I compared some text books, included Politics UK, British Politics in Focus etc, I found this one most suitable for A Level students. Some argue that British Politics in focus is a bit shallow and will not be able to further essay writings. Politics UK is an excellent text book too but it is said to be to vague. But Politics UK is certainly more suitable for degree students.
Economy, society and politics. Bill Coxall, Lynton Robins, Robert Leach. The book has been substantially redesigned with the addition of many new features. The historical context: British politics since 1945. Political ideologies: the battle of ideas.
Comprehensively rewritten and updated to provide a concise but definitive introduction to British politics and government after more than five years of new Labour government.
Contemporary British Politics book. Bill Coxall, Lynton Robins.
Author: W. N. Coxall, Lynton Robins ISBN 10: 0333593251. Title: Contemporary British Politics Item Condition: used item in a very good condition. Used-Very Good: The book will be clean without any major stains or markings, the spine will be in excellent shape with only minor creasing, no pages will be missing and the cover is likely to be very clean. Contemporary British Politics by W. Coxall, Lynton Robins (Paperback, 1994). Pre-owned: lowest price.
Home . Details for: Contemporary British politics /. Normal view MARC view ISBD view. Contemporary British politics, Bill Coxall, Lynton Robins, and Robert Leach. Subject(s): Great Britain - Politics and government - 1945- Great Britain - Politics and government - 1945-DDC classification: 32. 41 Online resources: Contributor biographical information Publisher description Table of contents Catalogued by: Sara. Tags from this library: No tags from this library for this title.
But, as Stephen Driver shows in this new book, multi-party politics had already established itself as a feature of contemporary British political life.
British Politics Robert Leach; Bill Coxall; Lynton Robins Palgrave 9781403949226 : British government and politics today is a complex and fast-changing mix of the traditional and the new. This. But, as Stephen Driver shows in this new book, multi-party politics had already established itself as a feature of contemporary British political life. In recent years, both Labour and the Conservatives lost their iron grip on the electorate and the Liberal Democrats emerged as a significant and credible third party force across the country.
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Earlier chapters in this book have introduced the machinery of government and the wider political, social and economic environment within which it operates. This chapter examines how government works in terms of how it deals with political issues and the nature of the public policy that emerges. Why do some issues get high on the political agenda and become hotly debated while other seemingly more pressing or urgent issues remain excluded from political consideration?