This book deals with the problems that arise in the analysis of electoral history -- the sources for which are fragmentary, or biased, or plagued with discrepancies. The contributors discuss ways of uncovering new, previously untapped data, detecting vote fraud by using computer-readable sources, and using new statistical techniques for working with quantitative data. Outside of its specialist subject, it is a much needed overview for the historian. '...an informative introduction to the use of electoral statistics...' -- Canadian Journal of History, Vol 18 No 3, December 1983Jane as an extravert schematic has, from a personal history of behaving in an extraverted fashion, a substantial store of information about extraversion, which she can use to interpret extravert - related information from another person. Just asanbsp;...
|Title||:||Analyzing Electoral History|
|Author||:||Graham L. Staines, Jerome M. Clubb, University of Michigan. Institute for Social Research, Joseph H. Pleck, William H. Flanigan, Nancy H. Zingale|
|Publisher||:||SAGE Publications, Incorporated - 1981-09-01|