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  Remaking Italy? Place Configurations and Italian Electoral Politics under the 'Second Republic'
 
 
Titel: Remaking Italy? Place Configurations and Italian Electoral Politics under the 'Second Republic'
Auteur: Agnew, John
Verschenen in: Modern Italy
Paginering: Jaargang 12 (2007) nr. 1 pagina's 17-38
Jaar: 2007-02
Inhoud: The Italian Second Republic was meant to have led to a bipolar polity with alternation in national government between conservative and progressive blocs. Such a system it has been claimed would undermine the geographical structure of electoral politics that contributed to party system immobilism in the past. However, in this article I argue that dynamic place configurations are central to how the 'new' Italian politics is being constructed. The dominant emphasis on either television or the emergence of 'politics without territory' has obscured the importance of this geographical restructuring. New dynamic place configurations are apparent particularly in the South which has emerged as a zone of competition between the main party coalitions and a nationally more fragmented geographical pattern of electoral outcomes. These patterns in turn reflect differential trends in support for party positions on governmental centralization and devolution, geographical patterns of local economic development, and the re-emergence of the North-South divide as a focus for ideological and policy differences between parties and social groups across Italy.
Uitgever: Routledge
Bronbestand: Elektronische Wetenschappelijke Tijdschriften
 
 

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