(Re-)mobilising voters in Britain and the United States : political strategies from parties and grassroots organisations (1867-2020) / edited by Véronique Molinari and Grégory Benedetti.  (Text) (Text)

Molinari, Veronique | Benedetti, Gregory
Call no.: JK1976 .R46 2021Publication: Berlin : De Gruyter Oldenbourg, 2021Description: vi, 229 pISBN: 9783110710045 (pbk.); 3110710048 (pbk.)Subject(s): Elections -- United StatesElections -- Great BritainVoting -- United StatesVoting -- Great BritainPolitical participation -- United StatesPolitical participation -- Great BritainLOC classification: JK1976 | .R46 2021
Contents:Introduction / Gregory Benedetti, Veronique Molinari-- Empowering minority voters in the U.S. / Olivier Richomme -- From representation by the elite few to the mobilisation of the masses / John A. Kirk -- Mobilising Black and minority ethnic (BME) voters in the United Kingdom / Sharon Baptiste -- Mobilising agrarian men and women in the late nineteenth century / Jean-Louis Marin-Lamellet -- Women speaking to women? / Karine Riviere-De Franco -- Digital politics and mobilisation in the UK / Geraldine Castel -- Mobilising the right(-wing) voters / Marion Douzou -- Republican minority and voter mobilisation / Robert Mason.
Summary: This collective work offers a historical approach to the issue of voters' mobilisation and, through case studies, aims to expand the field's research agenda by taking into account less familiar mobilising strategies from various groups or parties, both in Britain and the United States. Two different yet complementary approaches are used, one from the top down with political parties, the other from the bottom up with grassroots organisations, to analyze how these groups either (re-)connect citizens with politics or give birth to social movements which durably occupy and change the political landscape of the United States and Britain.
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Includes bibliographical references and index.

Introduction / Gregory Benedetti, Veronique Molinari-- Empowering minority voters in the U.S. / Olivier Richomme -- From representation by the elite few to the mobilisation of the masses / John A. Kirk -- Mobilising Black and minority ethnic (BME) voters in the United Kingdom / Sharon Baptiste -- Mobilising agrarian men and women in the late nineteenth century / Jean-Louis Marin-Lamellet -- Women speaking to women? / Karine Riviere-De Franco -- Digital politics and mobilisation in the UK / Geraldine Castel -- Mobilising the right(-wing) voters / Marion Douzou -- Republican minority and voter mobilisation / Robert Mason.

This collective work offers a historical approach to the issue of voters' mobilisation and, through case studies, aims to expand the field's research agenda by taking into account less familiar mobilising strategies from various groups or parties, both in Britain and the United States. Two different yet complementary approaches are used, one from the top down with political parties, the other from the bottom up with grassroots organisations, to analyze how these groups either (re-)connect citizens with politics or give birth to social movements which durably occupy and change the political landscape of the United States and Britain.

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