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Electorate, The Campaign And The Office

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Voters simultaneously choose among candidates running for different offices, with different terms, and occupying different places in the Constitutional order. Conventional wisdom holds that these overlapping institutional differences make comparative electoral research difficult, if not impossible. Paul Gronke's path-breaking study compares electoral contexts, campaigns, and voter decision-making in House and Senate elections. Gronke's book offers new insights into how differences--and similarities--across offices structure American elections.
Congressional elections research holds that Senate races are more competitive than House contests because states are more heterogeneous, or because candidates are more prominent and raise more money, or because voters have fundamentally different expectations. Because House and Senate contests are seldom compared, we have little empirical evidence to test the various hypotheses about how voters make choices for different offices. Gronke finds that the similarities between House and Senate elections are much greater than previously thought and that voters make their decisions in both races on the same bases.
Gronke first looks at differences in congressional districts and states, showing that context does not really help us understand why Senate elections feature better candidates, higher spending, and closer outcomes. Next, he turns to campaigns. Surprisingly, over a turbulent twenty-year period, House and Senate candidacies have retained the same competitive dynamics.
Gronke also considers voting behavior in House and Senate elections. Focusing on the 1988 and 1990 elections, he argues that voters do not distinguish between institutions, applying fundamentally the same decision rule, regardless of the office being contested. Gronke closes by considering the implications of his results for the way we relate settings, electoral dynamics, and institutional arrangements.
This book will appeal to those interested in Congress, political campaigning, and voting.
Paul Gronke is Associate Professor of Political Science at Reed College.


Your Office: Volume 1

RRP $499.99

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This book covers introductory Word, Excel, Access, and PowerPoint, with additional sections on integrating those applications, as well as a Windows 8 workshop. Ideal for business courses.

Real world problem solving for business and beyond

The Your Office series prepares students to use both technical and soft skills in the real world. Hands-on technical content is woven into realistic business scenarios and focuses on using Microsoft Office® as a decision-making tool. The series features a unique running business scenario that connects all of the cases together and exposes students to using Office to solve problems relating to business areas like finance and accounting, production and operations, sales and marketing.

 

Each chapter introduces a realistic business case for students to complete via hands-on steps that are easily identified in blue shaded boxes.  Each blue box teaches a skill and comes complete with video and interactive support. Chapters are grouped into Business Units, which collectively illustrate a specific set of business concepts to achieve AACSB-related outcomes.  Each Business Unit ends with a Capstone section, testing students' ability to apply concepts and skills beyond a single chapter.

 

Also available with MyITLab

MyITLab® is an online homework and assessment program designed for Information Technology (IT) courses, to engage students and improve results. Live-in-Application Grader projects come with the convenience of auto-grading and instant feedback, helping students learn more quickly and effectively. Digital badges lets students showcase their Microsoft Office or Computer Concepts competencies, keeping them motivated and focused on their future careers. MyITLab builds the critical skills needed for college and career success.

 


How To Pass The Police Officer Selection Process

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This guide is the definitive resource for those candidates who are serious about becoming UK Police Officers or Special Constables. Updated with the new One Day Assessment written tests and interview question formats, you will be armed with more knowledge and more importantly, repeatable and successful models for answering questions and dealing with role plays. Application Forms Final Interviews Telephone Interviews Fitness Test Written Tests And more.... The complete UK Police Selection Process, detailed and targeted for your success as a candidate. Written by an Ex Police Officer and recognised training and recruitment expert.



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