Canadian Journal of Political Science

Volume
51
Issue
2

Contextualizing the Crisis: The Framing of Syrian Refugees in Canadian Print Media
REBECCA WALLACE

A Tradition Co-opted: Participatory Development and Authoritarian Rule in Sudan
ANNE-LAURE MAHÉ

Neoliberalism, Authoritarian-Populism, and the “Photo-Op Democracy” of the Publicity State: Changes to Legislative and Parliamentary Norms by the Harper Government
HONOR BRABAZON AND KIRSTEN KOZOLANKA

Debating Basic Income: Distributive Justice and the Normative-Technical Nexus
MATT WILDER

L’analyse des risques éthiques : une recherche exploratoire dans le domaine de la gouvernance municipale
YVES BOISVERT 305

Is the Parti Québécois Bound to Disappear? A Study of the Current Generational Dynamics of Electoral Behaviour in Quebec
VALÉRIE-ANNE MAHÉO AND ÉRIC BÉLANGER 335

Trust, Economic Development and Attitudes toward Immigration
HAN IL CHANG AND WOO CHANG KANG

In Crisis or Decline? Selecting Women to Lead Provincial Parties in Government
MELANEE THOMAS

The Young Macpherson on the Transition into Socialism and the Rise of Fascism
KARL DAHLQUIST

The Electoral Consequences of Party Switching in Canada: 1945–2011
FEODOR SNAGOVSKY AND MATTHEW KERBY

Reconciling Shared Rule: Liberal Theory, Electoral-Districting Law and “National Group” Representation in Canada
AARON JOHN SPITZER

Book Reviews

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