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100 1  Blomgren, Magnus 
245 10 Parliamentary Roles in Modern Legislatures 
250    1st ed 
264  1 Florence :|bTaylor & Francis Group,|c2012 
264  4 |c©2012 
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490 1  Routledge/ECPR Studies in European Political Science Ser 
505 0  Front Cover -- Parliamentary Roles in Modern Legislatures 
       -- Copyright Page -- Contents -- List of figures and 
       tables -- List of contributors -- Foreword: Donald D. 
       Searing -- Preface -- 1. Introduction: Magnus Blomgren and
       Olivier Rozenberg -- Questioning roles -- Outline of the 
       book -- References -- 2. Legislative roles and legislative
       studies: the neo-institutionalist turning point?: Magnus 
       Blomgren and Olivier Rozenberg -- The legacy of research 
       on legislative roles in political science -- Donald 
       Searing's motivational approach -- Kaare Strøm's strategic
       approach -- Conclusion -- References -- 3. The emergence 
       and transformation of representative roles: Heinrich Best 
       and Lars Vogel -- How to measure representatives' roles --
       Does social and political background matter? Determinants 
       of legislative role-perceptions -- Legislative roles: 
       stability and change -- Conclusion -- References -- 4. The
       consequences of representatives' role orientations: 
       attitudes, behaviour, perceptions: Rudy B. Andeweg -- 
       Representatives' roles: defining the independent variable 
       -- The consequences: defining the dependent variable -- 
       Data -- Cynicism about citizens -- Contacting civil 
       society -- Knowing what their voters want -- Discussion --
       References -- 5. Roles as strategies: towards a logic of 
       legislative behavior: Kaare Strøm -- Introduction -- 
       Parliamentary roles as strategies -- Legislators' 
       preferences -- Candidate selection -- Election -- Party 
       office -- Legislative office -- Conclusion -- References -
       - 6. Legislators and their representational roles: 
       strategic choices or habits of the heart?: Thomas Zittel -
       - Legislators and the types of roles they play -- Two 
       approaches to explaining representational roles from a 
       micro-level perspective -- Case selection, data, and 
       hypotheses 
505 8  Representational roles, party organizational careers, and 
       electoral incentives in the German Bundestag -- Conclusion
       and discussion -- References -- 7. Party dimensions of 
       representation in Westminster parliaments: Australia, New 
       Zealand and the United Kingdom: Anika Gauja -- Legislative
       roles and political parties -- Research hypotheses and 
       methods -- What do surveys reveal about role perceptions 
       in Westminster parliaments? -- Interview evidence -- 
       Dealing with conflicts in the representative role -- Party
       influences on practical aspects of decision-making -- 
       Conclusions: the party dimensions of representation -- 
       References -- 8. Parliamentary roles of MPs in sharp and 
       soft focus: interviews and behavioural record compared: 
       Marcelo Jenny and Wolfgang C. Müller -- Theory: roles and 
       types of MPs -- Research design and data -- Parliamentary 
       activities: the MPs' perspective -- Parliamentary 
       activities: objective data -- A typology of MPs derived 
       from behavioural data -- Comparing the perspective of MPs 
       with their behaviour -- Conclusion -- References -- 9. 
       Role stability in the context of institutional and 
       positional change: Gabriella Ilonszki -- Introduction: the
       aims and context of this exploration -- Learning roles in 
       the context of expectations and new institutions -- 
       Stabilizing roles: changing institutions and positions -- 
       Typology of MPs -- Conclusions -- References -- 10. The 
       cognitive rationality of role choices: evidence from the 
       European Parliament: Julien Navarro -- The repertoire of 
       roles in the European Parliament - an overview -- 
       Individual trajectories and role orientations -- The 
       cognitive rationality of parliamentary roles -- Concluding
       remarks -- References -- 11. Bringing parliamentary roles 
       back in: Olivier Rozenberg and Magnus Blomgren -- 
       Representative or legislative roles? -- Roles and behavior
       -- Roles and rationality 
505 8  The emerging agenda for studying parliamentary roles -- 
       The future of representative roles -- References -- Index 
520    This book gathers the most influential authors on role 
       research and legislative studies to examine the different 
       roles that MPs are playing in modern-day legislatures. It 
       provides a comprehensive and critical overview of current 
       research on legislative roles, summarises previous 
       research, presents a large variety of methodological 
       approaches and also explores the latest developing 
       approaches to role theory. The concept of political roles 
       has become increasingly relevant for understanding 
       contemporary political systems. Parliamentary, legislative
       and representative roles are professional roles that 
       provide a way of connecting the individual legislator to 
       their institution that can also explain a legislator's 
       attitude and behaviour. Drawing upon case studies with as 
       much as 40 years of data that include Germany, the 
       Netherlands, UK, Austria, Hungary, Australia, New Zealand 
       and the European Parliament, this book examines the link 
       between representative roles, different institutional 
       settings and parliamentary behaviour. It argues that the 
       roles MPs play depend of who they think they should 
       represent; between their voters, their party, the people 
       of their country and also themselves, conflicts of loyalty
       can occur. This book provides a framework to analyse MPs' 
       choices by searching both the reasons for their views 
       about representation, and the consequences of those views 
       in parliament. Parliamentary Roles in Modern Legislatures 
       will be of strong interest to students and scholars of 
       government, legislative studies, political parties, 
       comparative politics, political sociology and deliberative
       democracy 
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