Political Science at HC
Huntingdon College | Political Science | Courses | What's New?
Optional: purchase Union Jacks herePSC 321: British Politics.
Patrick Dunleavy, Andrew Gamble, Richard Heffernan and Ian Holliday
Developments in British Politics, 6/e.
Publisher's Description
revised 22 Jan. 2006, compiled by Jeremy Lewis .


Developments in British Politics 6, revised edition, Publisher's catalog entry:
from http://www.palgrave-usa.com/catalog/product.aspx?isbn=0333973895
(followed by the previous 6th edition information)


DEVELOPMENTS IN BRITISH POLITICS 6, Revised Edition
Edited by Patrick Dunleavy, Andrew Gamble, Richard Heffernan and Ian Holliday
Revised Edition From Palgrave Macmillan
Pub date: Sep 2002, $32.95 - Paperback (0-333-97389-5)

Description
Now updated to cover New Labor's full first term and the 2002 General Election and ensuing changes, the latest version of the leading undergraduate student textbook brings together a set of specially-commissioned chapters focusing on the key features of British Politics under Blair.

Author Bio
Patrick Dunleavy is Professor of Government at the London School of Economics.
Andrew Gamble is Professor of Politics at the University of Sheffield.
Richard Heffernan is Lecturer in Government and Politics at the Open University.
Ian Holliday is Professor of Policy Studies at the City University of Hong Kong.
 
Revised 6/e edition versus 6/e
Contents, 6e:
1. Introduction
2. A New Politics?--Steven Fielding
3. Restructuring British Polity: Multi-Level --Jon Pierre and Gerry Stoker
4. Britain, the EU and the Euro--Simon Hix
5. The Law and the Constitution--Gillian Peele
6. Executives and Administrations--Ian Holliday
7. Legislatures and Assemblies--Philip Cowley
8. Elections as Party Politics--Patrick Dunleavy
9. Political Parties: Adapting to Electoral Market--Paul Webb
10. New Media, New Politics--Margaret Scammell
11. Political Participation and Protest--Helen Margetts
12. Citizenship and Culture--Elizabeth Frazer
13. Economic Policy--Colin Thain
14. Welfare Policy--Pete Alcock
15. Environmental Policy--Andrew Jordan
16. Foreign and Defence Policy--Andres Jordan [error?]
17. Foreign and Defence Policy--Joanna Spear
18. Policy Agendas in a Multi-Level Polity--Andrew Gamble
Table of contents, Revised Edition
Introduction: Into New Labour's Second Term-- R.Heffernan * 
A New Politics?-- S.Fielding * 
Restructuring British Polity: Multi-Level --J.Pierre & G.Stoker * 
Britain, the EU and the Euro--S.Hix * 
The Law and the Constitution--G.Peele * 
Executives and Administrations-- I.Holliday * 
Legislatures and Assemblies--P.Cowley * 
Elections and Party Politics--P.Dunleavy * 
Political Parties--P.Webb * 
New Media, New Politics--M.Scammell * 
Political Participation and Protest--H.Margetts * 
Citizenship and Culture-- E.Frazer * 
Economic Policy--C.Thain * 
Welfare Policy-- P.Alcock * 
Environmental Policy-- A.Jordan * 
Foreign and Defence Policy--J.Spear * 
Policy Agendas in a Multi-Level Polity-- A.Gamble



Developments in British Politics 6, first edition, Publisher's catalog entry:

                      Patrick Dunleavy, Andrew Gamble, Ian Holliday, Gillian Peele
                                           ISBN: 0-312-23515-1, Palgrave Macmillan, $23.95
                      Reviews:
                      Undoubtedly...the best textbook for undergraduates...The Developments in British Politics series
                      is excellent...The rapid production of new editions allows consideration of the latest analytical
                      approaches and empirical events. British Journal of Politics and International Relations

                      Main Description:
                      Developments in British Politics 6 is a completely new book designed to continue the tradition of
                      authoritative, up-to-date and theoretically informed analysis established by its predecessors. It is
                      the first book to focus centrally throughout on the extent to which globalization, devolution and the
                      impact of European integration have made multi-level governance a central characteristic of UK
                      politics.

                      Contents:
                      1. Introduction--Patrick Dunleavy, Andrew Gamble, Ian Holliday and Gillian Peele
                      2. A New Politics?--Steven Fielding
                      3. The Restructuring of British Polity: Towards Multi-Level Governance--Jon Pierre and Gerry Stoker
                      4. Britain, the EU and the Euro--Simon Hix
                      5. The Law and the Constitution--Gillian Peele
                      6. Executives and Administrations--Ian Holliday
                      7. Legislatures and Assemblies--Philip Cowley
                      8. Elections as Party Politics--Patrick Dunleavy
                      9. Political Parties: Adapting to the Electoral Market--Paul Webb
                      10. New Media, New Politics--Margaret Scammell
                      11. Political Participation and Protest--Helen Margetts
                      12. Citizenship and Culture--Elizabeth Frazer
                      13. Economic Policy--Colin Thain
                      14. Welfare Policy--Pete Alcock
                      15. Environmental Policy--Andrew Jordan
                      16. Foreign and Defence Policy--Andres Jordan
                      17. Foreign and Defence Policy--Joanna Spear
                      18. Policy Agendas in a Multi-Level Polity--Andrew Gamble

                      Author Biography:
                      Patrick Dunleavy is Professor of Government, London School of Economics. Andrew Gamble is
                      Professor of Politics and Director of the Political Economy Research Center, University of
                      Sheffield. Ian Holliday is Professor of Policy Studies, City University of Hong Kong. Gillian
                      Peele is Fellow and Tutor in Politics, Lady Margaret Hall, Oxford.